After months of wondering if there would even be a 2020/21 college football season, the NCAA is back on to the gridiron and the schedule is packed full of rivalry games and chances to glimpse the NFL stars of tomorrow. We have all the details on how you can watch the conferences and teams that will be playing this season – keep reading to find out how to get a college football live stream from wherever you are in the world.
All of the college football teams participating this year will play 15 weeks of games and the majority of these matches will be held on Saturday though there will be a few Friday games as well this season.
Beginning on December 19, the postseason will commence with a number of different bowl games which will be played in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, California, Texas and other states throughout the country. Finally the AFCA National Championship Trophy also known as the Coaches’ Trophy will be awarded to the winner of this season’s CFP National Championship which will be held at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida on Monday, January 11.
Whether you’re rooting for a team in the Big Ten, Pac-12, SEC, ACC, Big 12 or Big East, our guide explains how to get a college football live stream and watch every NCAA game available this season, so you don’t miss a single touchdown.
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How to watch college football on TV in the US
If you live in the US and have a cable subscription, you’ll need access to the following networks in order to watch all of the college football action this season: ABC, CBS, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNews, ESPN 3, ESPN College Extra, NBC, Fox, FS1, FS2, Fox College Sports Atlantic, Fox College Sports Central, Fox College Sports Pacific, NFL Network, ACC Network, Big Ten Network, Longhorn Network, SEC Network, BTN (Big Ten Network) and Pac-12 Network.
However, if you aren’t a cable subscriber, you can still watch quite a few games over-the-air. With on of the best indoor TV antennas you can watch college football games shown on ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox. For the most part, prime time games with air on either ABC or Fox and CBS will show games from the SEC conference. Notre Dame fans will be happy to hear that all of the college’s games will still be shown on NBC this season as this year marks the 30th season of the Notre Dame on NBC partnership.