The 2015 season is coming up in a few weeks and the rough and tumble SEC is warming-up. This year the SEC is going to be bringing excellent offensive plays to college football with the likes of running backs Derrick Henry from Alabama, Nick Chubb at Georgia and LSU’s Leonard Fournette.
It doesn’t end there because other teams in the SEC have some very talented runners this year. Remember the two backs from Arkansas and that sophomore from Tennessee; they will be playing as well.
How To Watch SEC Football Games Live Online Free
Figuring out how to watch live SEC football games online isn’t very hard, read on for advice on getting the action this year.
All SEC colleges and teams have their own streaming service. Sometimes, these are games that the viewing rights haven’t been bought. Other streams come from local organizations, some are from fans and even newspapers are giving live radio and streaming video.
Do yourself a favor and conduct a search on the SEC teams you like and look at the local and team streams. These can be really nice because they come from a normal person’s perspective and not the official organizations.
Complete SEC Teams:
- Alabama Crimson Tide
- Auburn Tigers
- Georgia Bulldogs
- South Carolina Gamecocks
- Mississippi State Bulldogs
- Ole Miss Rebels
- LSU Tigers
- Florida Gators
- Tennessee Volunteers
- Texas A&M Aggies
ESPN and the Southeastern Conference have a twenty-year agreement for a SEC channel that is exclusive for the sports of the SEC.
Right now there will be three college football games shown every week and also some playoff games as well. The service is great because it is with ESPN and all the schools have contributed funds.
To view the live streams you need to be signed up with a participating TV provider. This is standard with official streams but the quality is usually high so it can be worth it.
CBS Sports has a live and free SEC game every Saturday of the regular season. The games are supposed to start at 2:30 P.M.
It is a good offer. Free games from a good streaming service, as long as you can get the CBS programming. Check it out at cbssports.com.
My Easy TV at myeasytv.com is a very interesting looking website. There are over 3000 channels and many sports streams including ESPN channels and more.
On clicking the join button it opened a little download option with no explanation of what the download contained. This should be done with caution because it could be harmful.
Clicking the Sports Channels listed below the Pop-up window brings up the viewer. There another questionable page opens that wants you to download more software. The name given was Television Fanatic or download.televisionfanatic.com and turned out to be a toolbar. Bad idea, toolbars usually cause something unwanted to happen and can be hard to get rid of.
Some people may have success watching the SEC games here but it seems too risky to bother.
College Sports Direct at collegesportsdirect.com looks good and professional. The streams work and are decent. It requires a sign-up but didn’t cost anything.
There are also options to watch other sports and even catch the news.
Try it if you feel like it.