Watch NC State take on Maryland live online in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl on 12/30. The Noon kickoff from Charlotte will be broadcast on ESPN, and our top pick to live stream the game is fuboTV.
You can live stream NC State football on most major streaming devices, including Roku, Apple TV, iPhone, Samsung Smart TV, and more.
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How to watch this week’s NC State football game
Looking for a specific NC State Football game? We list the 2022 NC State football TV schedule, as well as the live TV streaming services that carry each game, in the easy to use table below.
The most important channels for watching NC State football
Under the ACC’s TV contract with ESPN, NC State Football will usually be broadcast on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, and the ACC Network in 2022. ACC football TV channels are a bit more complicated than some leagues due to the ACC on Regional Sports Networks program which allows for some TV inventory of ACC football games to air on local regional sports networks.
|DIRECTV STREAM – Choice||DIRECTV STREAM||FuboTV Sports Lite||fuboTV||Hulu + Live TV||Orange Sports Extra||YouTube TV|
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Live streaming NC State football: our top picks
With fuboTV “Sports Lite” NC State fans can watch ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ACC Network, WRAZ FOX 50 for Carolina Panthers games, and more. There are a lot of Midwesterners who have moved from states like Ohio and Michigan to North Carolina. If you have your snow bird friends over, fuboTV also carries the Big Ten Network.
Hulu + Live TV is a standout because the platform carries all of the important ACC football channels in the base package, including the ACC Network and ESPNU. However, the savings over fuboTV are somewhat illusory because of Hulu’s limited DVR storage at this tier, which is only 50 hours. Most families will want an upgrade. Both YouTube TV and fuboTV offer much better DVR options than Hulu.
With the cost of streaming services pricing some households out of the market, Sling TV Orange + Sports Extra will be attractive for many Wolfpack fans. The major issue is Sling Orange alone won’t get WRAZ FOX 50 for watching NFC games, and there is no ABC without an air antenna. In short, we love the budget option with Sling, but there are many gaps in coverage that will frustrate sports fans.
YouTube TV easily could be our top pick here, and it is definitely a great option for NC State Wolfpack football fans. I love the 4K package, as well as the Stats View and Key Plays features, which make stalwarts like ESPN’s GameCast superfluous. We find the setup and user experience for fuboTV to be a little more enjoyable, but YouTube TV is a fantastic option for streaming sports.