Clemson Football : Clemson Football Today’s four games are just a handful of the 40 being played between now and when the college football national championship game on Jan. 13. Whether you’re interested in just that game, the major bowl games, the one featuring your favorite school, or every bowl game on the schedule, you’ve got plenty of options for live streaming each and every bowl game.
A better question might be when can’t you watch this season’s bowl games. With 40 games scheduled between Dec. 20 and the national title game on Jan. 13, there’s a good chance a college football game is taking place right now.
The action kicks off today (Dec. 28) at noon ET with a pair of games — the Cotton Bowl between Penn State and Memphis on ESPN and the Camping World Bowl between Notre Dame and Iowa State on ABC. But that’s just the warmup act for the two college football playoff games taking place later in the day.
Those games feature LSU vs. Oklahoma at 4 p.m. ET on ESPN, followed by Ohio State vs. Clemson at 8 p.m. ET on the same channel. The winners of those two games advance to the national championship game on Jan. 13.
As you might have noticed, a lot of these games will be airing on ESPN and its related channels (ESPN2 and ABC). But you’ll also find games on Fox, FS1, CBS and CBS Sports Network. You’ll find a full schedule of college football bowl games at the end of this guide.
If you’re out of the country when the college football bowl game you want to watch, you’re not out of luck. A virtual private network, or VPN, can help you connect to the internet like you’re surfing the web at home. That allows you to access the same streaming services you’d normally receive.
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Your immediate streaming options will depend on who’s broadcasting the bowl game you’re hoping to live stream. Since most of these games appear on ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC, you’ll want to familiarize yourself with either the ESPN website or the sport channel’s mobile app (Android, iOS). Any college football bowl game airing on ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC will also stream through those options. Likewise, Fox and FS1 live stream their college football coverage at the Fox Sports Go website and mobile app (Android, iOS), as does CBS with its website and app (Android, iOS) for any bowl games airing on CBS or CBS Sports Network.
There’s one problem with turning to these services, though. You can only log in with the sign-in information from your satellite or cable TV provider. No cable subscription? Then you’ve got to find another way to live stream these college football bowl games.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State and Clemson meet in the Fiesta Bowl on Saturday for a spot in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game for the second time in four years. Here’s everything you need to know before kickoff.
TV: ESPN, with Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Tom Rinaldi and Maria Taylor on the call.Twitter: Follow Nathan Baird, Doug Lesmerises and Stephen Means.Live chat: Join the cleveland.com live chat at 6:30 p.m.Latest line: Clemson -2.
Series record: This is the fourth meeting between the two schools. Clemson has won all three, including a 31-0 shutout vs. Ohio State in the 2016 Fiesta Bowl.See when and where to watch the game on TV and online.Catch up on the latest Ohio State news
* Lining up opposite Young for most of the game will be Jackson Carman, the former five-star Ohio offensive tackle who signed with Clemson over the Buckeyes in 2018.* Nathan wrote about how Larry Johnson’s desire to keep coaching is still growing even after 44 years on the sideline.Listen to our latest Fiesta Bowl podcasts
Doug, Nathan and Stephen have been doing multiple daily episodes of Buckeye Talk while in Arizona getting ready for the Fiesta Bowl. Listen to their latest one from Friday where they examine the quarterback battle between Justin Fields and Trevor Lawrence. You can also listen to the podcasts from Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday here.
Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk. Subscribe to Buckeye Talk at these places:* Matt Connolly of The State picked out five Clemson players that could become household names during the College Football Playoff.
* Eric Boynton of the Spartanburg Herald-Journal wrote about tight end Braden Galloway, who is back in the lineup after missing the entire regular season due to a failed drug test.
* Matt also wrote about Clemson co-offensive coordinator Jeff Scott, who accepted the head coaching job at South Florida heading into the Fiesta Bowl.