The 2020 college football season is here.
There have been a few games played over the past two weeks, but it wasn’t until Thursday night that a Power Five program took the field when Miami faced UAB.
This Saturday is the first major slate of the season, though there will be some big names missing.
Neither the Big Ten nor the Pac-12 will be playing as both conferences postponed their 2020 season as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The SEC isn’t playing either, but it will commence play on Saturday, September 26.
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So when fans tune into the action on Saturday, it’s understandable for their head to be spinning while flipping through the channels. The schedule, as it is now, can be seen here.
Fans without cable will also need to find a service which broadcasts the games.
Here are some options:
The streaming service has just about every channel that broadcasts college football games, from ESPN, ESPN2, ACC Network and SEC Network, to CBS, CBSSN, ABC, FOX, NBC and FS1. FuboTV offers a seven-day free trial, which fans can check out here.
Essentially the same thing as fuboTV, although local channels (FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC) are not available in select markets. Sling offers a three-day free trial, which fans can check out here.
Select games will be broadcast exclusively on ESPN+, which also broadcasts international soccer, UFC fight nights, select NHL/MLB games and much more. The schedule can be seen here, and fans can subscribe to ESPN+ here.
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