College football games are back and fans are doing all they can to see every single game. While other sports may be the national pastime, college football is a truly American passion. (If only because we’re the only country that plays American football. But I digress.) Millions of fans gather in campus stadiums on Saturdays each fall to root for their school and their team. Even more fans tune into the broadcast, to watch college football teams compete for glory and a shot at a national championship.
These days you don’t need to fork out sky-high monthly bills just to get a piece of the college football action. It’s time for a deep dive into how to watch college football online.
College Football live stream channels
College football draws big crowds and big ratings, so FBS football games are in high demand by TV networks that air sports, with more than 20 networks involved. Most games are on Saturdays, but college football has expanded out to include more Thursday night games and occasionally other special game days and times.
How to watch college football online
With so many different ways to watch college football, it can be hard to pick a way to watch without cable TV. Some services may be better based on the specific team or conference you root for. We have suggestions and full breakdowns linked below.
If you are a big fan of all things college football, though, we’d suggest that the best overall way to stream most games without cable or satellite is Hulu with Live TV.