The Tennessee Volunteers are a college basketball team that represents the University of Tennessee. The Tennessee basketball team competes in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA’s) Division I.
The Tennessee Volunteers basketball team ranks third for all-time most wins in the SEC but has never won the NCAA national title. They have been Conference Tournament champions four times, but not since 1979, as well as winning 10 Conference Regular Season titles.
The Volunteers finished the 2019/20 season with a 0.500 winning percentage, after nine wins and nine defeats against fellow SEC teams. They had an overall record of 17 wins and 14 losses.
This article will explore how to get a Tennessee basketball live stream and the streaming services that enable Volunteers fans to watch Tennessee basketball live.
What channels show Tennessee Volunteers games?
Tennessee Volunteers games are shown on CBS, ESPN, ESPN2, and SEC Network. All 4 of these channels are available through fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV, which all cost $64.99/mo. Volunteers games shown on CBS are also available through the CBS All Access streaming service, which costs $5.99/mo.
Streaming Tennessee Volunteers live without cable
How to watch the Tennessee Volunteers on Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV enables Volunteers fans to stream Tennessee basketball games on CBS, ESPN, ESPN2, and SEC Network.
Hulu + Live TV subscribers can watch plenty more sports on the service, including on national networks ESPN, NBC Sports Network, TBS, and TNT. Its channel lineup also includes further college sports channels ACC Network and ACC Network Extra, CBS Sports Network, and ESPNU.
Hulu + Live TV is available from $64.99/mo. and gives new customers a 7-day free trial. It has a cloud digital video recorder (DVR) feature that comes with 50 hours of storage space and offers 2 simultaneous streams. That can be upgraded to 200 hours of cloud DVR storage, 3 mobile streams, and unlimited home streams for an additional $14.99/mo. Hulu + Live TV customers also get free access to the Hulu on-demand library.
Discover the channels, features, and package options available on the service in our Hulu + Live TV review.
How to watch the Tennessee Volunteers on fuboTV
Volunteers fans can watch Tennessee basketball games on fuboTV, which includes CBS, ESPN, ESPN2, and SEC Network in its channel lineup.
fuboTV costs $64.99/mo. and offers more sports channels, such as beIN Sports, Eleven Sports, ESPN, FOX local networks, FOX Sports, Golf Channel, NBC Sports Network, NFL Network, and Olympic Channel. College sports fans can enjoy more live action on ACC Network, Big Ten Network, CBS Sports Network. fuboTV subscribers can also purchase the Sports Plus add-on, which costs $10.99/mo and includes ESPNU, FOX College Sports, MLB Network, NBA TV, NFL RedZone, NHL Network, and Tennis Channel.
A fuboTV plan offers 250 hours of cloud DVR, which customers can increase to 1,000 hours for $6.99/mo. They can watch the service on 3 devices at the same time or increase that to 5 for an extra $9.99/mo.
Find out more about the service’s channel lineup, features, and packages in our fuboTV review.
How to watch the Tennessee Volunteers on YouTube TV
YouTube TV also has coverage of Volunteers basketball on CBS, ESPN, ESPN2, and SEC Network.
YouTube TV costs $64.99/mo. and its channel lineup includes national broadcasts on CBS, ESPN, FOX Sports, NBC Sports Network, TBS, and TNT. The service has professional sports streaming through MLB Network, NBA TV, and NFL Network, and more college action with ACC Network Extra, Big Ten Network, CBS Sports Network, and ESPNU. YouTube TV customers can add more live action with the Sports Plus package, which includes FOX College Sports, FOX Soccer Plus, NFL RedZone, GOLTV, and Stadium for another $10.99/mo.
YouTube TV customers can watch the service on 3 simultaneous streams and record unlimited amounts of live TV, and keep it for up to 9 months.
Discover the full channel lineup and the available through the service in our YouTube TV review.
How to watch the Tennessee Volunteers on Sling TV
Tennessee basketball games are available through the Sling TV Orange package, which costs $35/mo. The plan includes ESPN and ESPN2 in its channel lineup and has SEC Network available through its Sports Extra add-on, which costs an additional $15/mo. However, Volunteers fans can’t watch games that are broadcast on CBS through Sling TV.
The Sling TV Orange channel lineup also includes ESPN, Stadium, and TBS. Its Sports Extra pack adds ESPNews, ESPNU, Longhorn Network, MLB Network, MLB Network Strike Zone, NBA TV, NHL Network, Pac-12 Network, SEC Network, and SEC Network+.
The streaming service has another base plan, Sling TV Blue, which also costs $30/mo. Its sports channels FOX local networks, FOX Sports, NFL Network, NBC Sports Network, Stadium, and TNT, and its Sports Extra option adds beIN Sports, FOX Sports 2, Golf Channel, MLB Network, MLB Network Strike Zone, NBA TV, NFL RedZone, NHL Network, and Pac-12 Network. Sling TV customers can tune in to all these sports channels with Sling TV Blue & Orange, which costs $45/mo.
All Sling TV plans come with a 3-day free trial and 10 hours of cloud DVR, which can be increased to 50 hours for an extra $5/mo. Sling TV Orange customers can watch on 1 device, Sling TV Blue comes with 3 simultaneous streams, and Sling TV Blue & Orange has 4.
Find out more about the service in our Sling TV review.
How to watch the Tennessee Volunteers on AT&T TV
Volunteers fans can watch all Tennessee basketball live games on AT&T TV. CBS, ESPN, and ESPN2 are all included in AT&T TV’s Entertainment plan, which costs $69.99/mo. SEC Network can be added by upgrading to AT&T TV Choice, which costs $84.99/mo.
Entertainment plan customers can watch nationally broadcasted games on ESPN, FOX Sports 1, TBS, and TNT. The Choice plan adds Big Ten Network, ESPNU, MLB Network, NBA TV, and Tennis Channel.
All AT&T TV streaming plans have 20 hours of cloud DVR storage space and 3 simultaneous streams. Customers can upgrade their cloud DVR to 500 hours for an additional $10/mo.