Sep 18, 2015; Boise, ID, USA; Boise State Broncos quarterback Thomas Stuart (3) rolls out during the first quarter against Idaho State Bengals at Albertsons Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Losness-USA TODAY Sports

PlayStation Vue Adds The ESPN Goal Line Channel


Sep 18, 2015; Boise, ID, USA; Boise State Broncos quarterback Thomas Stuart (3) rolls out during the first quarter against Idaho State Bengals at Albertsons Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Losness-USA TODAY SportsIf you love college football and have PlayStation Vue we have good news for you. PlayStation Vue seems to have added the ESPN Goal Line Channel to their service.

ESPN Goal Line brings college football fans all of the big plays every Saturday. Similar to the NFL Network’s NFL RedZone, ESPN Goal Line is a nonstop commercial-free feed of college football from all the big games.

The ESPN Goal Line channel typically runs from noon Eastern until midnight on Saturdays during the football season, according to their site; however, during the last few weeks it has started at 3 PM Eastern, making ESPN Goal Line a great option for your second screen during the big game.

Goal Line will also cut to a scoreboard to give an update on all the big games happening along with additional stats and scores on screen at all times to keep you up to date.

You will not find ESPN Goal Line on the PlayStation Vue apps but if you use your PlayStation Vue login with the WatchESPN apps, you can find the channel there. Sony has not announced the addition of ESPN Goal Line, but it is there.

No word is available about Buzzer Beater, the college basketball version, or Bases Loaded, the college baseball version, of these channels; however, if PlayStation Vue has the Goal Line channel they probably will also air the other channels in the spring and summer.

We have reached out to Sony for comment but at the time of posting have not received any confirmation of their plans for the Goal Line channel.

PlayStation Vue is currently available on Roku, Fire TV, PlayStation Consoles, iOS, and Android.

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