Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech Live Stream: Watch Online without Cable

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Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech live stream: After just barely squeaking out a win in their opener against Appalachian State, do the Tennessee Volunteers have what it takes to take on the Hokies?

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Last week’s game was a nail biter, as the Tennessee Volunteers just barely managed to beat Appalachian State. We learned a lot about Tennessee in that game, and while they have promise, the Volunteers are struggling in some areas. Will they be ready to take on the Virginia Tech Hokies, who easily beat the Liberty Flames in their opener? You’re going to want to watch to find out!

Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech will air on ABC on September 10. The game has the coveted primetime spot of 8 p.m. ET. Luckily you don’t need cable to catch the Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech stream. That said, there are plenty of ways to watch Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech online if that’s how you want to watch the game.


Watch the Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech Live Stream with Sling TV

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Sling TV is a great way to watch the Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech stream online. The basic, Orange package gives you channels like ESPN, ESPN2, AMC, and TBS for just $20 a month. If 25 channels aren’t enough, you can add more channels or sign up for a bigger package. The Broadcast Extra addon is available for $5 a month. This package includes ABC in select markets like Houston, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia. Use the free Sling 7-day trial and you can even watch Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech streaming free! Sling TV works on a wide selection of both streaming and mobile devices.

If you’re not in one of the areas that picks up ABC in a live stream, don’t worry, Sling TV still has you covered. Rather than signing up for the Orange package and the Broadcast Extra, you’ll need to choose the Blue package. You’ll pay the same price, at $25. The difference is that you’ll get more channels (40 rather than 25) and you can watch any ABC sports on the WatchESPN app. With the Blue package, you can just use your login information to sign in to the WatchESPN app. This will allow you to watch ESPN3, which airs all ABC games. There is no extra fee for this. Just sign in and you’ll be ready to watch.

Beyond the Sling TV trial, Sling also offers deals on Apple TV and free Roku streaming devices if you meet certain criteria. Keep your eye out for these deals because they are too good to pass up. Check out our Sling TV review for more information.


Watch the Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech Live Stream on PlayStation Vue

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PlayStation Vue provides another way to watch Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech online. In the basic package prices start at $29.99 a month and you get 60 channels. With Vue you get a wide variety of channels suited for the entire family. From Nick Jr to ESPN, there really is something for everyone. Local channels are even included. If you’re in one of seven select cities (Chicago and Philadelphia among them) you get live stream local channels. If not, check your on-demand library the day after your show airs and you’ll find it there.

Vue (review) is available on PS3/PS4, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, and Apple devices. One thing worth noting is that PlayStation Vue has the roughest mobile restrictions in streaming. The only place you can watch anything on Vue is in your home. Otherwise, you’ll have to stick to other streaming services if you want to watch on-the-go. That said, if you do want to watch on the go, you can access this and other ABC games with your Vue account information on the WatchESPN app.

Vue even offers a 7-day trial so you can watch Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech streaming free!


Watch the Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech Stream with a Digital Antenna & DVR

Perhaps the easiest way to watch Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech is on your TV. ABC is a local channel so you should have easy access to it. If for some reason you don’t, a digital antenna will fix that problem. In fact, a digital antenna will give you access to plenty of channels. The Mohu Leaf, for example, will scan as far as 50-miles so you have access to as many channels as possible. You can add in an over-the-air DVR and your setup will be even more like if you had cable. There are several DVRs on the market with a variety of features depending on the model you choose. You’ll be able to pause and fast-forward through your recordings. In some cases, you can even pair your DVR to your streaming devices, so you can watch your shows away from home. Check out our comparison guide for DVR shopping for more information.

Now that you can watch Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech online check out our other guides to find new games! Our NCAA Football guide will tell you how to find your favorite games without cable.

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Ashtyn Evans

Ashtyn is a writer and filmmaker living in New York with her family and her spoiled Shih Tzu, Molly. When she's not writing she enjoys obsessing over her favorite television shows, watching movies, and cooking.
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