The Rutgers Scarlet Knights are a college basketball team that represents Rutgers University, a public research institute based in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The Rutgers basketball team competes in the Big Ten Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA’s) Division I.
Rutgers University was one of the first US institutes to compete in college sports, but its basketball team has never won the NCAA national title. It has, however, won four Conference Tournament titles and been Conference Regular Season champions nine times, but not since 1991.
The Scarlet Knights had a winning record in the 2019/20 season, finishing with 11 wins and nine defeats against fellow Big Ten Conference opponents. They also won 20 games and lost 11 against all teams in the campaign.
This article will explore how to watch Rutgers basketball live and advise on the streaming services that provide a Rutgers basketball live stream.
What channels show Rutgers Scarlet Knights games?
Rutgers Scarlet Knights games are broadcast on Big Ten Network and FOX Sports 1. Both of these channels are available with the standard plans of streaming services fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV, which all cost $64.99/mo.
Streaming the Rutgers Scarlet Knights live without cable
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How to watch the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Hulu + Live TV
Scarlet Knights fans can watch Rutgers basketball games on Big Ten Network and FOX Sports 1 through Hulu + Live TV.
Hulu + Live TV offers a wide range of sports channels, including national networks like ESPN, NBC Sports Network, TBS, and TNT. It also offers plenty of college sports channels, such as ACC Network and ACC Network Extra, CBS Sports Network, ESPNU, and SEC Network.
A Hulu + Live TV subscription costs $64.99/mo. after a 7-day free trial. The plan comes with a cloud digital video recorder (DVR) feature that offers 50 hours of storage space and enables subscribers to watch on 2 simultaneous streams. Customers can upgrade to 200 hours of cloud DVR storage as well as 3 mobile device streams and unlimited home device streams for an extra $14.99/mo. Hulu + Live TV customers can also watch thousands of movies and TV shows through the Hulu on-demand library.
Find out more about what the service offers in our Hulu + Live TV review.
How to watch the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on fuboTV
fuboTV enables Scarlet Knights fans to watch Rutgers basketball live on both Big Ten Network and FOX Sports 1.
The service costs $64.99/mo. and offers a huge choice of sports viewing. Its standard plan includes beIN Sports, Eleven Sports, ESPN, FOX local networks, Golf Channel, NBC Sports Network, NFL Network, and Olympic Channel, as well as more college channels with ACC Network, CBS Sports Network, and SEC Network. fuboTV also has a Sports Plus add-on that includes ESPNU, FOX College Sports, MLB Network, NBA TV, NFL RedZone, NHL Network, and Tennis Channel for an extra $10.99/mo.
fuboTV comes with 250 hours of cloud DVR, which can be boosted to 1,000 hours for an extra $6.99/mo. Customers can watch the service on up to 3 devices at the same time, with 5 simultaneous streams available for another $9.99/mo.
Find out all about the channels and plans offered by the service in our fuboTV review.
How to watch the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on YouTube TV
YouTube TV is another streaming service that includes coverage of Scarlet Knights games on Big Ten Network and FOX Sports 1.
YouTube TV costs $64.99/mo. and its channel lineup includes more sports viewing, such as national broadcasts on CBS, ESPN, NBC Sports Network, TBS, and TNT. It also includes professional sports channels MLB Network, NBA TV, and NFL Network, and more college sports on ACC Network Extra, CBS Sports Network, ESPNU, and SEC Network. The service has a Sports Plus package that includes FOX College Sports, FOX Soccer Plus, NFL RedZone, GOLTV, and Stadium for a further $10.99/mo.
The service offers an unlimited cloud DVR feature, which allows customers to keep recorded content for 9 months, and 3 simultaneous streams.
Discover the channels, features, and plans available with the service in our YouTube TV review.
How to watch the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Sling TV
Rutgers basketball games are available to watch through the Sling TV Blue plan. FOX Sports 1 is included in the channel lineup of the standard Sling TV Blue plan, which costs $35/mo., and Big Ten Network is available by adding the Sports Extra add-on for an extra $15/mo.
Sling TV Blue’s sports options also include FOX local networks, NFL Network, NBC Sports Network, Stadium, and TNT. The Sports Extra add-on has beIN Sports, FOX Sports 2, Golf Channel, MLB Network, MLB Network Strike Zone, NBA TV, NFL RedZone, NHL Network, and Pac-12 Network.
The streaming service has a second standard plan, Sling TV Orange, which also costs $35/mo. Its sports channels are ESPN, Stadium, and TBS, while the Sling TV Orange Sports Extra add-on, which is also an additional $15/mo., includes ESPNews, ESPNU, Longhorn Network, MLB Network, MLB Network Strike Zone, NBA TV, NHL Network, Pac-12 Network, SEC Network, and SEC Network+. Sling TV customers can access all of these sports channels by subscribing to Sling TV Blue & Orange for $45/mo.
Sling TV’s plans offer new customers a 3-day free trial. The service provides 10 hours of cloud DVR, which customers can increase to 50 hours for another $5/mo. Sling TV Orange customers can watch the service on 1 device, Sling TV Blue offers 3 simultaneous streams, and Sling TV Blue & Orange comes with 4 streams.
Discover the channels and features included in the service’s plans in our Sling TV review.
How to watch the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on AT&T TV
Scarlet Knights fans can watch Rutgers basketball live games through AT&T TV plans. The service’s Entertainment plan costs $69.99/mo. and includes FOX Sports 1 in its channel lineup. To stream Rutgers basketball games that broadcast on Big Ten Network, Scarlet Knights fans will need to upgrade to the AT&T TV Choice package, which costs $84.99/mo.
The Entertainment plan includes sports channels ESPN, TBS, and TNT. The Choice plan adds ESPNU, MLB Network, NBA TV, SEC Network, and Tennis Channel.
AT&T TV plans come with 20 hours of cloud DVR, which can be upgraded to 500 hours for an extra $10/mo., and 3 simultaneous streams.