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Online 2020 college football streaming

gardenjam

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
Does anyone know what the options are for streaming Husker games this year? What options would cover all of channels the Huskers could be on? Is one option better than another with pricing? Would Hulu live cover all possible channels? Youtube TV? Others?

Thanks for any help
 

Hugoniot

Recruit
Does anyone know what the options are for streaming Husker games this year? What options would cover all of channels the Huskers could be on? Is one option better than another with pricing? Would Hulu live cover all possible channels? Youtube TV? Others?

Thanks for any help
I have been using Hulu for the past couple years. I think it works well. You get all ESPNs, Fox Sports, and the bigten network. Although there is a few second delay between Hulu and regular cable. I have to hide my phone sometimes so I don’t see a text about a play right before it happens.
 
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Costa Rica Red

Red Shirt
2 Year Member
Good luck. Third party free streaming sites run the unacceptable risk of malware. Really, the best option is to sweet talk a relative or friend into letting you use their log in and password for their cable provider. If not, a paid subscription is probably your next best option.
 

FeelLikeAStranger

How are ya now?
15 Year Member
YouTubeTV will catch everything in season including BTN. I had no issues whatsoever last year going only YTTV. I cant think of any game I didnt have. I’m on rural (local) satellite internet on the next to slowest plan and no problems.

Unfortunately, price has gone up but still better than cable/sat was plus unlimited cloud dvr and you can pause your sub and not lose your saved stuff. I’ll pick it up from Oct to Jan/Feb again and then drop it til fall.
 
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DrNUke

Recruit
10 Year Member
If you are an AT&T mobile subscriber using AT&T TV Now is good. Watching on your phone is free (doesn't count against your data quota) and they have all of the sports channels. I've had good luck with it over the past two years and it is the only TV service I use.
 

gardenjam

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
I have been using Hulu for the past couple years. I think it works well. You get all ESPNs, Fox Sports, and the bigten network. Although there is a few second delay between Hulu and regular cable. I have to hide my phone sometimes so I don’t see a text about a play right before it happens.

Thank you
 

gardenjam

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
YouTubeTV will catch everything in season including BTN. I had no issues whatsoever last year going only YTTV. I cant think of any game I didnt have. I’m on rural (local) satellite internet on the next to slowest plan and no problems.

Unfortunately, price has gone up but still better than cable/sat was plus unlimited cloud dvr and you can pause your sub and not lose your saved stuff. I’ll pick it up from Oct to Jan/Feb again and then drop it til fall.

Great info thank you
 

Blue Howl

Drink up, Shriner!
5 Year Member
If you are an AT&T mobile subscriber using AT&T TV Now is good. Watching on your phone is free (doesn't count against your data quota) and they have all of the sports channels. I've had good luck with it over the past two years and it is the only TV service I use.
I have an AT&T mobile plan and I had no idea about this. Thanks very much for the information.
 

HuttoHusker

Hutto Husker
5 Year Member
How about radio? I live in Texas and would live to listen to Sharpe rather than the lame folks the network throw out there.
 
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