How to watch Oklahoma football

Winner of countless college football championships, the Oklahoma Sooners have displayed impressive strategies time and time again. And although they dropped in rank in the 2020 season, the University of Oklahoma’s football team could win big this time around — especially since they have plenty of young players ready to show off their skills. 

If you want to see whether the Oklahoma football team can achieve yet another record, we’ve rounded up all of the best streaming services. So whether you’re looking for unlimited storage space for recordings or access to every single sports channel on the planet, read on for all your options.

What channels show Oklahoma Sooners football games?

There are 4 major sports networks that broadcast Oklahoma Sooners football games: ABC, ESPN, FOX, and FOX Sports 1. Although you’ll find these networks on a handful of streaming services, it’s worthwhile checking out fuboTV. It offers the most extensive sports network selection and plenty of sports-related add-ons for the ultimate streaming experience. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a fan of college sports or quieter games like golf — fuboTV has a way to watch them all.

Streaming Oklahoma Sooners football live without cable

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How to watch Oklahoma Sooners football on Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV is another popular streaming service that offers all 4 ways to watch the Oklahoma Sooners on the football field. It only has one package to choose from to make life easier. The single package costs $64.99/mo. and comes with over 65 networks in total, featuring the likes of Big Ten Network, NBC Sports Network, and SEC Network. In fact, Hulu + Live TV is only let down by its lack of professional league networks with no option to add them on.

However, you can upgrade features like the DVR and simultaneous streaming limit. A 50-hour DVR is included, along with 2 simultaneous streams. Upgrade both to 200 hours and unlimited streaming on at-home devices for an additional $14.99/mo. (Alternatively, separate upgrades are available for $9.99/mo. each.) A 7-day free trial is also up for grabs.

Read our review on Hulu + Live TV for more information.

How to watch Oklahoma Sooners football on fuboTV

As discussed, fuboTV is the best way to stream Oklahoma college football. Best of all, you don’t need to pay for a more expensive package to watch ABC, ESPN, FOX, or FOX Sports 1. The service’s base Family package has more than 100 networks, including NFL Network, for $64.99/mo. Plus, you’ll receive 250 hours of recording space. If you want a huge 1,000 hours, upgrade to the Elite package for $79.99/mo. You’ll also get an extra 40 channels on top. 

So many add-ons are available with a fuboTV subscription. For more than 10 additional sports networks such as NFL RedZone and FOX College Sports, invest in the $10.99/mo. Sports Plus option. There’s also the choice of getting more international sports with the International Sports Plus add-on — it costs $5.99/mo. And if you’re into the great outdoors, check out the Adventure add-on. It features the likes of Outside Television and Sportsman Channel for $4.99/mo. Try fuboTV for free for a week.

Read our review on fuboTV for more information.

How to watch Oklahoma Sooners football on Youtube TV

YouTube TV is yet another way to watch every single network that airs the Oklahoma Sooners games. Its single package offering boasts over 85 popular networks, including MLB Network, NFL Network, and NBA TV. The total cost? $64.99/mo. YouTube TV also has a solid offering of college channels — find the likes of ACC Network, CBS Sports Network, and ESPNU on the channel list.

But its most impressive feature has to be the unlimited DVR storage. You don’t have to pay any extra to enjoy this. Simply sign up, and you can record as much as you want and keep each title for up to 9 months. A 2-week free trial is also on offer, giving you plenty of time to watch every channel and try out the DVR over and over again.

How to watch Oklahoma Sooners football on Sling TV

Sling TV works in a slightly different way to other streaming platforms. As it’s a slimline service, you can expect to pay a lot less each month, but this means you won’t get anywhere near as many networks. However, there is the option to combine both the base packages for the biggest channel choice. To get the highest level of Oklahoma Sooners access, you’ll have to opt for the $50/mo. combined Orange + Blue plan. Why? Because ESPN is only available on the Orange package and FOX and FOX Sports 1 only comes with the Blue plan. (Note that Oklahoma Sooners football games via FOX are only available on-demand, and ABC isn’t included with any plan.)

For more sports channels such as SEC Network, invest in the $15/mo. Sports Extra add-on. And if you want to upgrade the 10-hour DVR to 50 hours, expect to be charged an additional $5/mo. There’s no free trial for new Sling TV users. But they can take $10 off their first month’s subscription to sweeten the deal.

Read our review on Sling TV for more information.

How to watch Oklahoma Sooners football on AT&T TV

AT&T TV is yet another streaming alternative for Oklahoma football fans. Its cheapest package, the $69.99/mo. Entertainment plan comes with all of the ways to watch the Sooners as well as more than 60 other channels and 40,000+ on-demand titles. Only 20 hours of DVR are included, but pay an extra $10/mo. to boost the limit to 500 hours.

If you want to watch regional sports networks, you’ll have to pay a little more for the $84.99/mo. Choice package. It also includes more sports channels such as ESPNU and the 2020-21 NBA League Pass Premium. AT&T TV also offers its own streaming device if you don’t have one to hand or if you’d like a new one with Google Assistant technology incorporated. It costs $120 upfront or $5/mo. for 24 months. A free trial isn’t on offer, but you can cancel within 14 days for a full refund.

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