The West Virginia Mountaineers football team has been a strong force in college football for quite some time. Whether you remember the role they played in helping Marshall out in the 1970s or you just enjoy watching some good Southern ball, this team has it all. As much as everyone loves the team, times can be hard. Luckily, there are ways you can still watch the football season without the need for costly cable or satellite service.
Of course, all Mountaineers fans want to watch the season. However, no one wants to go broke doing it. That is where the stand alone streaming options come into play. By using one of the ones in this guide, you will see several choices to enjoy the games for quite a bit less than you would normally pay for your normal service. If you are planning on traveling and will miss some of the games, you can always connect to a VPN located in the US to enjoy everywhere.
Using Sling TV to stream Mountaineers Football
Because West Virginia is part of the Big 12, Sling TV is a great way to watch most of the Wildcats games. That is because they offer channels like The Big Twelve Network, ESPN, ESPN 2, ABC, Fox Sports 1&2, and more. Also with your Sling service, you gain access to the WatchESPN app by using your Sling login info. All of this comes at a more reasonable cost than cable or satellite, and there are no contracts. Though not all information is available on the specific networks that will be hosting the games, the first one will be played on Sunday, September 3rd at 7:30 pm ET on ABC. This game may be close for us because the opponent is Virginia Tech. It is sure to be exciting. Later games will be scheduled on ESPN, ABC, Big Twelve Network, and others. If you have to catch all the action of the season, you’ll want to try Sling TV free for 7 days so you can test the service to see if it is the one for you.
Use PlayStation Vue to watch West Virginia Football
If you are looking for another option, some choose the PlayStation Vue streaming service (often called PS Vue). We like this one because you can get more than 45 channels for $40 a month. Like Sling TV, this service does not require a contract either. The channels it includes are ABC, ESPN2, ESPN, CBS, Fox Sports 1&2, and others. In other words, most of your favorite stations to watch football (and other things) are included with this service. As one of the services with all 4 major networks, this one is worth taking a look at. To see if you like the PS Vue option, be sure to pick up their 5-day free trial first.
As you might guess, the list of compatible devices is quite large. Those include PS3, PS4, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Android, and others. We really like that you have the option of streaming up to 5 devices at one time, and you can also stream and play video games. Those features make PS Vue a good choice to watch the West Virginia Mountaineer move down the sidelines.
If you have not had a chance to take a look at our schedule yet, we have included the West Virginia Mountaineers football schedule below.