The Arkansas Razorbacks football team has proven to be a tough competitor for many years. As part of the South Eastern Conference (SEC), this team is always known for playing hard. If you have been a fan for awhile, it is hard to forget about the 6 overtime loss to the Tennessee Volunteers in 1998. To their credit though, that was the year that Tennessee won the national championship. If you are a Razorbacks fan, you may have seen your cable and satellite bills continue to increase. For those that have struggled with this issue, we have some solutions for you that do not deal with either one.
College football is huge in the South. No Arkansas fan wants to make a choice between watching the season or saving money. That is why we wanted to give you some ways to have your cake and eat it too. Through the use of stand alone streaming services, you can still watch the games on pay TV without the cost or commitment of higher priced methods. Let’s have a look at some of the best options now. Of course, if you are going to be out of the US during the games, you can always connect to a VPN so you do not have to miss out.
Use Sling TV to watch Arkansas Football
The first way to enjoy the Razorbacks season is by using Sling TV. This service will provide you with a good way to watch a majority of the games. That is because they offer channels like the SEC Network, SEC Network +, ESPN, ESPN 2, Fox, and more. If you choose to get the Sling service, you can also use the WatchESPN app by using your login information. The only potential issue you may see, however, is watching games on CBS. Unfortunately, they do not offer that service yet. Though not all the Arkansas games have assigned networks, we can tell you that you should be able to see most of them with this service.
After the first game, very few schools we play will be a cakewalk. However, you can bet our team will be right there ready to deal with anything the opponents can dish out. You should not have to miss out on any great plays or touchdowns. We suggest you try Sling TV free for 7 days to help you see if this is the service you want to use.
Using PlayStation Vue to stream Razorbacks Football
Another option you have is the PlayStation Vue streaming service (often called PS Vue). By using this service, you gain access to more than 45 channels for $40 a month on their basic plan. There are no contracts involved with this service either. If you want to watch the SEC Network, keep in mind you will need to sign up for the Core package that costs $5 a month more. Some of the other channels you’ll gain access to are TNT, Fox Sports Networks, ESPN2, ESPN, CBS, Fox, and many more. You should not need to miss out on any games with this service unless of course, you need to miss them for other reasons. Indeed, PS Vue makes things easy for you. If you want to see how easy, their 5-day free trial is a good way to check out the service.
As far as compatibility options go, you can watch the service by using PS3, PS4, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Android, and others. Since you have the option of up to 5 streams, everyone in your family should be able to watch something different. If they don’t love the college football as much as you do, this is a good way to enjoy the season.
For those that have not seen the schedule this year or need a refresher, we offer it to you below.