The Texas Christian University (TCU) Horned Frogs football team has come a long way in the last several years. Though they switch conferences in 2012, it is hard to argue with the amount of success they have had. Of course, you can give quite a bit of the credit to head coach, Gary Patterson. In his 17th year, he has an almost 75 win percentage. If you are a fan of one of the most unusual mascots in FBS football, you simply have to watch the season. However, the increasing prices of cable and satellite services may make it difficult to enjoy. That is why we have some options for you.
For all Horned Frogs fans, you probably want to enjoy the season without getting stuck with high bills. You should not have to go broke to watch football. That is why we’ll give you a few options that involve stand-alone streaming services. By using them, you can still watch the games without the cost or commitment of traditional means. Let’s take a quick look at some of the best choices. Be aware if you are traveling abroad and have to miss out on any of the games, you can always connect to a VPN to enjoy.
Use Sling TV to watch TCU Football
For the TCU season, a good way to watch is by using the Sling TV option. That is because they offer channels like ESPN U, ESPN, ESPN 2, ABC, Fox, and more. By using the Sling, you also get the option of using the channel apps that are part of the service. While not all of the TCU games have assigned TV channels, we can tell you that many of them can be found on this service. The only ones you might miss out on are the ones on CBS.
After the blistering first game victory, you can bet we won’t have as easy of a time against some of our other opponents. Of course, we can always hope we do, but a weak schedule does not help our ranking. Later games will be scheduled on Fox, ESPN, and more. You should not have to miss out on any of the great plays this season. Just make sure to try Sling TV free for 7 days to see if the service meets your needs.
Using PlayStation Vue to stream Horned Frogs Football
The second option we suggest looking at is the PlayStation Vue streaming service (often called PS Vue) to watch Horned Frogs football. We like this one because you are given more than 45 channels beginning at $40 a month. Because there are no contracts needed for this service either, you can keep it or drop it after football season ends if you wish. Included channels with this service are NBC, ESPN2, ESPN, CBS, Fox, and many more. You should have no problems watching the games with this one. Just like with Sling, you can log in to channel apps for the channels included with this service. To make sure you don’t “croak”, you may want to hop on over to the 5-day free trial to see if it matches your needs.
As far as compatibility goes, there are several avenues you can use to watch your favorite game. Those include PS3, PS4, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Android, and others. Another nice feature of this service will let you stream on 5 devices at the same time. That is great if you live with folks that are not as big of a fan as you are.
Lastly, we are going to take a look at the TCU Horned Frogs football season in case you have missed it.