How to watch Arkansas football

With a relatively new head coach, the University of Arkansas’ football team is heading down a new path. In 2019, the Razorbacks (or the Hogs, as fans lovingly call them) were led to victory in the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference by coach Sam Pittman, as they scored their first conference win in two years. Now, with new sign-ups and old players returning to the team, the Arkansas Razorbacks look even stronger. 

Will they triumph in the upcoming college football season? If you don’t have cable and want to find out exactly where to stream every Hogs game, we’ve rounded up all you need to know below.

What channels show Arkansas Razorbacks games?

A total of 5 networks air Arkansas football games: CBS, ESPN, FOX Sports 1, SEC Network, and SEC Network+. As most of them are major sporting networks, it’s unsurprising that they feature on the majority of streaming service line-ups.

But if you want to watch all of them along with tons of other sports channels, fuboTV is your best bet. A service that was once entirely dedicated to sports, fuboTV still has a huge focus on all things active, broadcasting more than 30,000 events each and every year. Plus, it’s one of the only streaming platforms to air live sports in 4K ultra high definition (UHD), providing you with the most realistic viewing experience around.

Streaming the Arkansas Razorbacks live without cable

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How to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks on Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV offers more than 65 live TV channels to scroll through. And almost a quarter of them are focused on sports, whether it’s football, basketball, or NASCAR racing. Of course, you’ll be able to watch every Razorbacks game, thanks to the inclusion of CBS, ESPN, FOX Sports 1, and both SEC Network and SEC Network+. (The only channels Hulu + Live TV is really missing are professional league networks.)

To access all of the above, 2 simultaneous streams, and 50 hours of storage space for game recordings, you’ll be asked to pay $64.99/mo. That also allows you into Hulu’s impressive on-demand library, which encompasses thousands of titles. Simultaneous stream and cloud DVR upgrades are available for an additional price. Get unlimited at-home streams and 200 hours of storage for the combined fee of $14.99/mo. And don’t forget to take advantage of the platform’s 7-day free trial, too.

Check out our review on Hulu + Live TV for more information.

How to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks on fuboTV

When it comes to football — especially college football — fuboTV excels. It has every single channel that broadcasts the Arkansas Razorbacks along with other major names like NFL Network and add-ons like NFL RedZone. Catch more than 100 networks as a Family package subscriber for $64.99/mo. But if you want to get an extra 40 channels plus 1,000 hours of cloud DVR (instead of 250 hours), move on up for the $79.99/mo. Elite plan. A Spanish-language package, the Latino, also exists for just $29.99/mo.

fuboTV also offers a variety of sports add-ons — whether you want to invest in the $10.99/mo. Sports Plus option, which comes with the likes of NFL RedZone and Stadium, or the $6.99/mo. International Sports Plus add-on, which features the likes of ESPN Deportes and Zona Futbol. Try everything out for free for a week.

How to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks on YouTube TV

YouTube TV also has every Razorbacks network in its 85+ channel list. And it only offers 1 package, so you don’t have to agonize over the right plan for you and your household. The single plan, which costs $64.99/mo., comes with every national sports channel, including TBS and TNT, as well as Big Ten Network, NFL Network, and more.

But the best part about the service has to be the unlimited DVR feature. You can record as much sports content as you like and know that it’ll be stored for 9 months before you have to worry about deletion. There’s also the option to watch certain titles on demand and a 2-week free trial to sweeten the deal.

How to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks on Sling TV

Sling TV isn’t as strong when it comes to watching the Hogs football team. There are only 3 ways to watch them, and 2 require extra investment. To get ESPN, you’ll have to sign up to the $35/mo. Sling Orange package, which comes with 30+ networks. But SEC Network and SEC Network+ can only be found via the service’s Sports Extra add-on. It costs an additional $15/mo. and also comes with the likes of ACC Network and ESPNews. Other major sports names, like FOX and NBC, are part of the Sling Blue package. But you can combine Orange + Blue for the total monthly cost of $50/mo.

Thanks to its cheaper price, Sling TV only gives 10 hours of cloud DVR for free. But pay a further $5/mo. and you’ll be able to boost that limit to 50 hours. 

Check out our review on Sling TV for more information.

How to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks on AT&T TV 

To get the most out of AT&T TV as an Arkansas Razorbacks fan, you’ll want to invest in the Choice package. It costs $84.99/mo. and comes with all 5 ways to watch the football team. (If you opt for the cheapest package, the $69.99/mo. Entertainment plan, you’ll lose SEC Network and SEC Network+.) The more expensive packages are ideal for sports fans as, along with offering more networks, they also come with regional sports channels and a free 2020-21 NBA League Pass Premium. 

The only downside to AT&T TV is its small DVR. Users only receive 20 hours as standard. But pay an extra $10/mo. and that limit will be raised to a much more impressive 500 hours. There’s no free trial with this streaming service. However, a full refund is available if you cancel within 14 days of subscribing.

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