This Friday, college football fans are in for a treat as #12 Stanford and #10 USC meet in California for the 2017 Pac-12 Championship game. These two teams are always a treat to watch, and with so much on the line, this promises to be an epic game. Want to watch Pac 12 Championship online, but don’t know how? We’ll show you how to catch the Stanford vs USC live stream in the guide below!
The game is being shown on ESPN, but luckily it’s also possible to watch the Pac 12 Championship game online. Here’s how:
Sign Up for Sling TV to Watch Pac-12 Championship Online
For cord cutters, the best way to watch Pac-12 Championship online is to use Sling TV. This awesome service is brought to you by Dish Network, and allows you to watch many of your favorite TV channels without a cable subscription. Packages start at just $20 a month for 25+ networks, and are contract-free.
Sling TV offers many packages and a ton of great channels, but most importantly for fans wanting to catch the Pac-12 Championship live stream is Sling TV’s inclusion of ESPN networks. ESPN live streaming is only offered in some areas, and on-demand nationwide. So, if you live in an area where ESPN is offered by Sling, you’re good to go and can watch the Stanford vs USC live stream easily.
Sling TV is currently offering a free 7-day trial, so you could watch the Pac-12 Championship Game online — and some of the weekend’s other college football conference championship matchups — with no obligation whatsoever.
And there is currently a limited-time offer that if you prepay for three months of Sling TV’s service, you receive either a FREE Roku streaming device. Click here to learn more about this limited-time offer.
Watch Pac 12 Championship Online with PlayStation Vue
Another alternative for the Stanford vs USC live stream is to use PlayStation Vue. This new service is growing rapidly, and is starting to become a real contender in the online streaming world.
Like Sling TV, PlayStation Vue (review here) offers ESPN streaming in some markets. It also offers many other networks to enjoy. However, Vue is at least $30 a month, so it’s more pricey than Sling, and it offers essentially the same thing. So, for now we recommend Sling TV over PlayStation Vue.