In this article we will tell you how to watch or stream NCAA Football (College Football) games, also known as CFB without cable or Reddit in week 5 of the NCAA FBS Football.
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The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is an American voluntary organisation that brings together thousands of institutions, sports competitions, organisations and individuals. The NCAA organizes the sports programs of colleges and universities in the United States. The NCAA is the world’s largest college and university sports organization. The popularity of college sports in the U.S. makes the NCAA a prominent sports body. It should be noted that due to the American sports culture, school sports play a more important role in the US than in other countries in the world.
How to Live Stream College football games
You can stream College Football games on every channel that broadcasts these games, most of them have a mobile app, or a website where you can stream the CFB game live. The games broadcasted on ESPN and ABC can be watched with their mobile app that is available on iOS and Android. The games on FS1 and Fox Sports can also be found on their respective mobile apps.
You need to have an active cable subscription for your TV to watch these NCAA games on the mobile apps and websites mentioned above. Many people in 2019 won’t have a cable subscription, so that’s why we are writing this article.
Live Stream CFB without cable
You will be able to watch all the NCAA Football games this season without paying for cable TV or paying for a subscription. We will list some free options and paid options. Everything is ordered according to our preferences. Let’s begin!
1. NCAAF-Streams (free)
The best way to stream Week 5 of NCAA FBS is using this new streaming platform called NCAAF-Streams. You can watch all the College Football matches for free on all the sports channel like ABC Sports, TNT Sports, Fox Sports, NBC Sports and ESPN Sports. You just have to create an account that is completely free. We are using this for a couple of months and we are loving it, hence NCAAF-Streams is our no 1. pick.
2. Sling TV (paid)
You have many choices at Sling TV, there is Blue and Orange tiers which cost at least $20 a month. You can get FS1 in the Blue package, ESPN Sports on the Orange package. We suggest to choose 1 package, that will be enough.
3. YouTubeTV (paid)
Youtube also offers a pretty straightforward package, it’s pretty expensive but you get 70-plus channels including ESPN channels, CBS Sports Network, FS1 and a lot more channels for $50 a month. With the $50 you pay you can also record games to watch later.
4. FuboTV (paid)
On FuboTV you are able to watch the NCAA College Football games for a price of $50 a month. You will be able to watch most of the American Sports like NHL, NFL, MLB, NBA etc. This subscription is a bit expensive but it does the job, that’s why it’s our 4th pick.
5. Reddit CFB Streams (free)
Our last pick is Reddit CFB Streams, here you can watch NCAA College Football matches for free. But this subreddit has recently become inactive, they moved their streams to another website which has a lot of adware.
Schedule Streaming NCAA Football week 5
Friday, September 27, 2019 NCAA CFB Live stream
- Duke vs. Virginia Tech @ 7:00 pm EST.
- San Jose St. vs. Air Force @ 8:00 pm EST.
- Penn St. vs. Maryland @ 8:00 pm EST.
- Arizona St. vs. California @ 10:30 pm EST.
Saturday, September 28, 2019 NCAA CFB Live Stream
- Texas A&M Aggies vs. Arkansas Razorbacks @ 12:00 pm EST.
- Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders vs. Iowa Hawkeyes @ 12:00 pm EST.
- Buffalo Bulls vs. Miami (OH) Red Hawks @ 12:00 pm EST.
- Rutgers Scarlet Knights vs. Michigan Wolverines @ 12:00 pm EST.
- Texas Tech Red Raiders vs. Oklahoma Sooners @ 12:00 pm EST.
- Holy Cross Crusaders vs. Syracuse Orange @ 12:00 pm EST.
- Kansas Jayhwaks vs. TCU Horned Frogs @ 12:00 pm EST.
- BYU Cougars vs. Toledo Rockets @ 12:00 pm EST.
- Northern Illinois Huskies vs. Vanderbilt Commodores @ 12:00 pm EST.
- Michigan Chippewas vs. Michigan Broncos @ 12:00 pm EST.
- Northwestern Wildcats vs. Wisconsin Badgers @ 12:00 pm EST.
- Delaware Blue Hens vs. Pittsburgh Panthers @ 12:30 pm EST.
- Ole Miss Rebels vs. Alabama Crimson Tide @ 3:30 pm EST.
- Carolina Chanticleers vs. Appalachian Mountaineers @ 3:30 pm EST.
- Iowa State Cyclones vs. Baylor Bears @ 3:30 pm EST.
- Wake Forest Demon Deacons vs. Boston College Eagles @ 3:30 pm EST.
For the latest standings check out the official NCAA Football site.