The Tennessee Volunteers (Vols) football team has has a long history at the University of Tennessee. Being an SEC school, they have a lot of competition in their group. Echos of the National Championship are still remembered, though it was 20 years ago. If you are “All Vol”, You may have been torn in the last few years over your cable or satellite service. For years, many fans have said the only reason they keep their service is because of the games. As prices continuously go up, there are now options to watch the season without either type of service.
It is said that college football is at a different level in the South than anywhere else. If you are a loyal Vols fan, you know it is almost a religion. No one wants to miss out on the games, but the costs keep going up. That is why you should explore the stand alone streaming options. These great choices will give you your favorite sports channels and more, for a fraction of the normal amount you pay. Because there are no contracts, you can drop the services right after the bowl game if you want. We’ll now take a look at the best viewing options for Vols fans everywhere. If for some reason you do have to miss any games because you are traveling abroad, you can always connect to a server in the US with a VPN to enjoy them.
Use Sling TV to watch Tennessee Football
Sling TV is a great way to watch most of the Tennessee games because they offer channels like The SEC Network, ESPN, ESPN 2, ABC, and others. If you get the Sling TV service, you also watch the WatchESPN mobile app by using your login information. The big difference is, you don’t have to pay the higher rates. We can’t tell you what networks every game is on because they have not all been assigned yet. However we can tell you that Monday, September 4 is the first game. It starts at 8 PM against the Ramblin’ Wreck from Georgia Tech (actually called the Yellow Jackets) and will be played on ESPN.
Though our first two teams are not in the top 25, we can’t afford to make our usual mistakes and look past them to the Florida game. We have to make sure we handle each opponent as we play them. The only channel Sling does not offer is CBS. Later games will be scheduled on ESPN, ABC, the SEC Network, and others. If you have been waiting 3/4th of the year for UT football again, you’ll want to try Sling TV free for 7 days to start the season out right.
Using PlayStation Vue to stream Volunteers Football
PlayStation Vue streaming service (often called PS Vue) is one of the other options you can take a look at. With it, you can get more than 45 channels for $40 a month. There are no contracts for this service either. Some of the available channels include ABC, The SEC Network, ESPN2, ESPN, CBS, and many others. PS Vue will allow you to at least watch the first 3 games and probably more. All of the likely channels to watch the games are part this service. Because they offer all 4 major US networks, it is not hard to see why the service is so popular. That is why some fans choose this option to watch the season. To see what you are missing out on, they offer a 5-day free trial to test the service.
PS Vue’s compatible device list includes PS3, PS4, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Android, and others. With this one, you have the option of streaming up to 5 devices at one time, and you can also stream and play video games. Those factors make PS Vue a good way to watch Smoky the blue tick hound stroll up and down the field.
Just in case you have not had time to take a look at the Tennessee Vols schedule yet, we have it for you below.