How to Watch the College Football Playoffs on Roku, Fire TV, and Chromecast





CFB-660x400The second annual College Football Playoffs are December 31. You can watch Oklahoma vs. Clemson at 4 PM Eastern and Michigan State vs. Alabama at 8 PM Eastern. The best part is you can now legally watch them as a cord cutter.

The College Football Playoffs will air on ESPN, which is now available to all cord cutters living in the United States through Sling TV. You no longer need a two-year contract to watch a couple of football games.

Sling TV is giving away a 7-day free trial that includes ESPN to new customers. After the 7-day free trial you can continue to watch live ESPN content for $20 a month with no long-term contract.

If you plan to watch the College Football Playoffs with Sling TV we suggest using your Sling TV login to access WatchESPN. This will give you access to additional camera options and audio feeds through WatchESPN on your Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, Android TV, phones, and tablets.

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