How to watch Gonzaga basketball

The Gonzaga Bulldogs have some of the best underdog narratives in collegiate sports. As part of the West Coast Conference of the NCAA, Gonzaga punches well above its weight class. One of Gonzaga’s most storied moments was its Cinderella run in 1999, when the Bulldogs made it to the Elite Eight. Again in 2017, the Bulldogs surprised the NCAA Tournament by advancing past the Final Four and playing for the national championship. There wasn’t a tournament last season, but this upcoming year shows much promise for the mid-major conference team. 

Good news if you’re a cord-cutter looking to stream Gonzaga basketball live games without cable. All games are available with an over-the-top (OTT) cable-alternative service. Take a look at the top services below. 

What channels show Gonzaga games? 

The majority of Gonzaga Bulldogs basketball games are broadcast live by CBS Sports Network and ESPN. And with the CBS app, you may be able to tap into Gonzaga basketball live streams. The best way to watch Gonzaga without cable, though, is with YouTube TV. It’s the most affordable cable-alternative service that carries the necessary channels to catch every game. 

Streaming Gonzaga live without cable 

 fuboTVHulu + Live TVSling TVYouTube TVAT&T TV Now
CBS Sports Network 
SEC Network+$10

How to watch the Gonzaga Bulldogs on Hulu + Live TV 

All of the networks that televise Gonzaga basketball games are available with Hulu + Live TV. Starting at $64.99/mo., Hulu + Live TV carries 65+ channels. But for a few bucks more ($70.99/mo.), you’ll get Hulu’s on-demand library ad-free. Otherwise, you’ll have to deal with ads with its base plan. Hulu’s live TV service has a number of sports-centric channels like Big Ten Network, ESPN, ESPN 2, FS1, FS2, NBC Sports Network, and SEC Network. 

Some of the features that come with Hulu + Live TV leave something to be desire — like its limited 2 simultaneous screens and only 50 hours of cloud DVR storage. Luckily, you can upgrade to Unlimited Screens and 200 hours of Enhanced DVR for either $9.99/mo. a piece or $14.98/mo. for both. 

Hulu + Live TV comes with a variety of channels and features. For a complete rundown of its service, take a deep dive into our Hulu + Live TV analysis

Hulu + Live TV offers a 7-day free trial. We encourage you to try it out for yourself before spending a dime. But, like all cable-alternative services, you can cancel your subscription at any time. 

How to watch the Gonzaga Bulldogs on fuboTV 

fuboTV presents a base Family plan ($64.99/mo.), a premium Elite plan ($79.99/mo.), and a Spanish-language option ($29.99/mo.). You can get Big Ten Network, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, ESPN 2, FS1, and plenty of others with the Family plan. But for more premium sports channel action like ACCN, ESPNU, ESPNews, MLB Network, NBA TV, you’ll need to bump up to Elite status. 

Record and save Gonzaga games to watch later with fuboTV’s cloud DVR feature. You’ll receive 250 hours with the Family and Español plans, whereas the Elite plan dishes out 1,000 hours. 

We recommend our fuboTV review to gain a better understanding of fuboTV channels, features, and plans. fuboTV has a 7-day trial period, allowing you to try it for the cost of nothing. 

How to watch the Gonzaga Bulldogs on YouTube TV 

Find and watch every Gonzaga basketball live with YouTube TV for $64.99/mo. And if you’re someone who depends on your DVR to record and save games, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better service. YouTube TV delivers unlimited cloud DVR storage for up to 9 months. After that point, your content leaves your DVR library. 

YouTube TV doesn’t have an on-demand library like Hulu + Live TV, but it does curate content from its channels and includes YouTube Originals. 

Up to 3 screens can be watched simultaneously with YouTube TV. 

Think YouTube TV is the right cable-alternative service for you? Before you commit to a subscription, get a complete consensus with our YouTube TV review. Try YouTube TV for free with its week-long trial period when you sign up today. 

How to watch the Gonzaga Bulldogs on Sling TV 

Not every Gonzaga basketball game is available with a Sling TV subscription (like CBS Sports Network), but you can get ESPN and ESPN 2 with Sling Orange ($30/mo.) and Sling Orange + Blue ($45/mo.). Sling Orange has a little over 30 channels, whereas Sling Orange + Blue includes 50+ channels. There’s also Sling Blue, which costs $30/mo. for 45+ channels, but it doesn’t carry the ESPN networks. 

Sling Orange only lets you stream on 1 screen at a time, Sling Blue allows 3 concurrent screens, and Sling Orange + Blue combines both for 4 simultaneous screens. In fact, Sling Orange + Blue blends all of Sling Orange and Sling Blue channels and features (with the exception of cloud DVR). Every Sling TV plan provides you with only 10 hours of cloud DVR storage. But for an extra $5/mo. you can get a bit more with 50 hours. 

Sling TV makes TV fun by letting you customize your package to meet your specific needs. That’s why it’s a good idea to read our Sling TV breakdown to get a clear idea of the channel and feature add-ons available to personalize your package. When you sign up for Sling TV through the app, you can enjoy your first 7 days free. 

How to watch the Gonzaga Bulldogs on AT&T TV NOW 

There are 8 AT&T TV NOW plans, including a Spanish-language option, that range from $55/mo. to $183/mo. with upwards of 140 channels. But if Gonzaga basketball is your priority, then AT&T TV NOW’s Max plan will suit you just fine. It costs $79.99/mo. and contains over 60 channels. In addition to CBS Sports Network and ESPN, you’ll get sports networks like ACCN, Big Ten Network, ESPN 2, FS1, and SEC Network. 

Do you have a penchant for recording games to watch later? AT&T TV NOW provides you with 500 hours of cloud DVR storage, and once you save a recording, you’ll have 90 days to watch it until it automatically deletes.  AT&T TV NOW works well for mid-sized households as it allows 3 concurrent screens. 

AT&T TV NOW totes an on-demand library full of programming selected from the channels available in your specific plan. The service is no longer offering free trials or accepting new subscribers. New customers will need an AT&T TV plan.

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