How to watch West Virginia football

Representing West Virginia University since the 1890s, the West Virginia Mountaineers are a long-time presence on the college football scene. Taking home several championship trophies, the team is used to making headlines. The 2020 season was no different. The Mountaineers rarely played a bad game on the shortened schedule and have recruited some strong players for the upcoming season. Only time will tell if the new line-up is enough to improve the team’s national ranking. 

If you don’t want to miss a West Virginia Mountaineers football game but don’t have cable, don’t panic. There are plenty of ways to stream each game, and we’ve rounded up all the relevant streaming service information. Read on to find out all your streaming options.

What channels show West Virginia Mountaineers football games?

Thankfully, there are several ways to catch the Mountaineers live on the field. ABC, AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+, FOX, and FOX Sports 1 all broadcast West Virginia football games. But only one streaming service has access to the vast majority of all these channels.

fuboTV has every way to stream the Mountaineers, except for ESPN+. (This is a separate streaming service, so it will not appear on any platform’s line-up.) Plus, fuboTV tends to be the best way to watch most sports, thanks to its extensive range of networks.

Streaming the West Virginia Mountaineers football live without cable

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How to watch the West Virginia Mountaineers football on Hulu + Live TV

Bar AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh and ESPN+, Hulu + Live TV has numerous ways to watch the West Virginia Mountaineers football team. Its single package has more than 65 live TV networks in total, including major names like ESPN and FOX Sports 1 as well as the likes of CBS and SEC Network. And you’ll get access to an on-demand library that rivals Netflix, too. All of that costs $64.99/mo. A 50-hour cloud DVR and 2 simultaneous streams are also included.

Hulu + Live TV also offers something that no other streaming service does: a bundle encompassing both Disney+ and ESPN+. That means you can enjoy an additional way to stream the Mountaineers. Save 25% with this trio offer and pay just $71.99/mo. for a login to all 3 services. Don’t forget you can access Hulu + Live TV on everything from phones and tablets to Nintendo Switch. There’s a 7-day free trial, too.

How to watch the West Virginia Mountaineers football on fuboTV

The only Mountaineers network that you won’t find on fuboTV is ESPN+. But, for $64.99/mo., you can watch more than 100 channels, including professional league names like NFL Network. If the standard Family package 250-hour DVR isn’t enough for your household, the Elite plan offers 1,000 hours of recording space and an extra 40 channels. It costs $79.99/mo. 

fuboTV offers plenty of add-ons to personalize your package with. For example, you can snap up NFL RedZone and more with the $10.99/mo. Sports Plus add-on or catch international football games with the $6.99/mo. International Sports Plus option. Amazon Fire, Android, Apple, Chromecast, and Roku devices are all supported by this mega sports streaming service. Try everything out for free for a week.

How to watch the West Virginia Mountaineers football on YouTube TV

YouTube TV is similar to Hulu + Live TV in that it offers identical ways to stream the West Virginia Mountaineers. (The only 2 networks that it doesn’t feature are AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh and ESPN+.) YouTube TV also only offers a single package. It costs $64.99/mo. and features 85+ channels such as NFL Network, TBS, and TNT.

Most impressively, the service comes with unlimited DVR storage for all your game recordings. Each title will be saved for a maximum of 9 months before being deleted, giving you plenty of time to catch up. Best of all, YouTube TV offers a 2-week free trial — that’s double the length of most other streaming services. Access the service via a range of devices, including smart TVs, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

How to watch the West Virginia Mountaineers football on Sling TV

Accessing Mountaineers football content is a little more complicated with Sling TV. The service offers 3 slimline packages, starting from $35/mo. The cheapest 2 are Sling Orange and Sling Blue. The Orange plan comes with ESPN and ESPN2, while Blue has FOX and FOX Sports 1. If you want to combine them to enjoy 4 ways to watch the Mountaineers, you can for the price of $50/mo. 

Sling TV’s DVR limit is the same for all users, regardless of the package they’re subscribed to. You’ll only receive 10 hours but can boost this to 50 hours for an additional $5/mo. But simultaneous streams differ by plan. Orange users can only watch from 1 device at a time, Blue subscribers get 3 simultaneous streams, and members of the combined package can get 4 in total. Device-wise, you can access Sling TV through everything from Chromecast and Oculus to Windows and Android.

How to watch the West Virginia Mountaineers football on AT&T TV 

AT&T TV is another great way to watch the West Virginia Mountaineers. Its $69.99/mo. base package includes almost every way to watch the football team, except for AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh and ESPN+. However, if you move on up to the $84.99/mo. Choice plan, you’ll be able to access the missing AT&T channel.

There are another 2 packages to choose from if you want more than 100 channels and extra on-demand titles. And if you’re a regional sports network fan, be sure to opt for the Choice package for included access. Each AT&T TV Now plan comes with 20 hours of DVR, which can be upgraded to 500 hours for an additional $10/mo. 

Plus, you can use almost any usual device to stream its content. Or invest in the platform’s own device for Google Assistant voice control — it costs $120 upfront or $5/mo. for 24 months. There’s no free trial, but you can get a full refund if you cancel your subscription within 14 days.

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