Through the history of college football, the (University of Southern California) USC Trojans have proven themselves to a worthy opponent to almost every team they play. Head coach Clay Helton has been with the organization since 2010. Since then, he has molded the team into a promising group of players. They are really a team to keep an eye out for this year. As cord cutting becomes more common, more and more fans debate whether or not to keep their high priced cable or satellite service. That is why we’re glad there are alternatives to keeping either service.
Trojans fans always love to follow their team. Broadcast partners for their games include the PAC12 Network, ESPN, ESPN, ABC, and possibly others. Because of that, many of those channels may be found as part of over the top (OTT) streaming services like the ones we are about to mention. Stand alone services will give you access to these channels without the cost of cable or satellite. Here are the options for streaming the USC games.
Use Sling TV to watch USC Trojans Football
Sling TV has been around for some time and is one of the most well-known. Signing up is easy, and you can access many popular cable channels for a fraction of the cost. Additionally, there is no contract to sign so you could drop the service if you wanted to after the season or whenever you wish. Since not all Trojans games have been assigned to a TV station yet, we are sure they will be on one of the ones we mentioned earlier.
The first University of Southern California game will be played on the Pac12 Network. It will take place on Saturday, Sept 2nd at 5:15 PM. The opponent will be Western Michigan, and the game will be played at home in Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The next two games will take place on Fox. You will at least need the Sling Orange package and the Sports Extra add-on if you want access to PAC12 Network and Fox. Please feel free to take a look at Sling TV free for 7 days if you want to test the service.
Using PlayStation Vue to stream USC Football
If you do not mind missing out on the PAC12 Network, you may want to consider the PlayStation Vue streaming service (often called PS Vue). It offers the user more than 45 channels for $40 a month. One of the best parts is, there are no contracts. It offers sports channels like ABC, ESPN2, ESPN, and many more options. PS Vue will allow you to watch the first 2 major games.
Sadly, the first game we mentioned earlier can not be viewed. However, the second game is against Stanford and the third game of the Southern California Trojans season is against the University of Texas. Both games will be shown on Fox. You will probably be able to find a majority of the games here as well. It is one of the more popular services, and it is one of the only services that offer all 4 major US Networks. To give the PSVue service a shot, you’ll want to try the 5-day free trial to test the service.
It is compatible with 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 option to watch the antics of Traveler the Trojan.
Just in case you wanted to know the University of Southern California schedule, we have it for you below.