After a very long off-season for college football fans, week 1 of college football is finally here. Now the question is if you don’t have cable TV what is the best way to watch college football? We asked our readers, and you told us what your picks are for college football.
According to our readers, YouTube TV is the best way to watch college football with 56% of our readers listing it as the best option. DIRECTV STREAM came in second place with 17% of the vote, and Sling TV came in 3rd place at 12%.
Here is the full breakdown of how our readers voted:
Our readers seemed to enjoy YouTube TV for its large selection of channels that offer college football including CBS Spots, ESPN, FS1, BTN, and more. Plus, locals and a DVR that allows you to easily record all college football games.
DIRECTV STREAM was often listed for its strong user interface, ease of use and channel selection.
Sling TV came in 3rd place, and it was very popular with budget-friendly cord cutters. Starting at just $40 a month it is a great option for anyone looking to get ESPN or other sports networks that are hard to find on other services like the Pac-12 Network. Sling TV in most areas does not offer locals but if you have an antenna Sling TV may be the cheapest way to watch college football.
So, what do you think of our readers’ suggestions for the best ways to watch college football? Let us know what you think of this list.