College Bowl season is upon us, and this week Texas A&M and Kansas State will meet up in Houston for the 2016 Texas Bowl. The game is scheduled to kick off at 9:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, December 28th, and fans from all over the nation are excitedly waiting. Are you ready to watch? If you need some help finding a Texas Bowl live stream, keep reading!
The game is being televised by ESPN, as a vast majority of bowls are on that network. But if you can’t be in front of a television on that Tuesday night or have made the smart financial move of cutting the cable cord, then you do have a few other options to see this intriguing matchup live. Read on to learn how you can watch a Texas Bowl live stream and catch all the action!
Sign Up for Sling TV to Watch the Texas Bowl Live Stream
If you haven’t tried Sling TV yet, the college football bowl season is a great time to start. It is getting more and more popular because it provides live access to popular channels, including many live sporting events. Sling TV is a online streaming service that provides access to ESPN, and a whole lot more – without cable TV!
Sling TV’s starting package features over 30 cable channels. Included are channels like TNT, TBS, AMC and the ESPN family. Sling TV (review) is very affordable, at just $20 a month, and is offered without a contract, so there’s no commitment needed!
You can watch Sling TV on streaming players (Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, etc.), mobile devices, your computer, etc. Currently Sling TV is offering a free 7-day trial with no obligation and easy cancellation should you choose (you won’t). There are no set-up fees. That means you can watch a Texas Bowl live stream free!
In addition, Sling TV is offering a free Roku Streaming device when you prepay three months of Sling TV. Click here to learn more about this limited-time offer. There’s also a special deal for T-Mobile subscribers.
Watch the Texas Bowl Online with DIRECTV NOW
DIRECTV NOW is an all-new online streaming service that allows you to watch over 60 popular TV channels without having to subscribe to cable or satellite. It’s priced at just $35 a month, and works on most streaming devices, computers, smartphones, etc.
DIRECTV NOW offers ESPN streaming in all of its packages, so you will not have any trouble catching the Texas Bowl live stream. Plus, it offers an excellent selection of other channels, with up to 120+ available in its highest package. The service is contract free, which is another huge plus. Read our DIRECTV NOW review for more.
Right now, you can actually get the 100+ channel package for only $35/month (usually $60) – AND, you can try it for free for a full week!
Use PlayStation Vue to Watch Texas A&M vs Kansas State Online
Another easy way to watch the Aggies vs Wildcats live stream this week is to use PlayStation Vue. This internet streaming service works on PlayStation consoles, and on most streaming devices. It does not work on computers, however, and while it does work on mobile devices, you can’t actually stream while outside your home.
That said, Vue is still a pretty good service. Plans start from 45 channels for $30 a month, and are non-contract. ESPN is included in all plans, so you’ll be able to stream the Texas Bowl easily. Check out our review of PlayStation Vue here.
How to Watch More College Football Online
If the Texas Bowl preview is true, we’re in for an exciting game this Wednesday. But after that, what? Well, there’s still a ton of great college bowl games that you can watch online, and after that, check out our college football streaming guide to learn how to watch all your favorite teams!
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