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How to Watch Ole Miss Football Live Without Cable

Written by Derek Fleming

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Watch today’s Ole Miss football game live without cable on the device of your choice, including iPhone, Apple TV, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, and more.

How to watch Ole Miss football live
Watch Ole Miss football on your phone with only a WiFi connection.
Table of Contents
  1. Today’s game
  2. Important channels
  3. Top picks
  4. More SEC Teams

You can live stream Ole Miss games from a host of different devices, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Smart TV, iPhone, and more. Our top pick, Fubo carries WCBI-TV CBS 4 Columbus, ESPN, and SEC Network in the base package, plus FOX affiliates across the South for streaming Saints games. Fubo users can watch for free for 7 days before payments kick-in. For an excellent budget pick, try combining Paramount+ (CBS) with Sling Orange + Sports Extra (ESPN, SEC Network).


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Today’s game

Our software lists the upcoming TV schedule with streaming options below.

This team does not have a televised game scheduled in the next two weeks.
Live-streaming Ole Miss vs. UL Monroe on SEC Network. This was a staff test to see what the picture quality on YouTube TV was like with an LG TV.

Important channels

For this season, the SEC is still under contract with CBS. This means that the SEC Game of the Week, many night games, and the SEC Championship will be broadcast on CBS. ESPN and ESPN2, as well as the SEC Network, will also carry SEC football games, including several Ole Miss games. The Egg Bowl, an annual rivalry game against MSU, is usually broadcast on ESPN.

DIRECTV STREAMFuboTV Sports LiteFuboHulu + Live TVParamount+Sling TV Orange + Sports ExtraYouTube TV
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Top picks

With fuboTV, Ole Miss fans can get WCBI Channel 4, Columbus, as well as CBS affiliates across the country, and SEC Network in the base package if you live in the South.

Also in the base package is ESPN and ESPN2 and 1,000 hours of DVR storage. This channel lineup will be enough for many Ole Miss fans, but some fans who have moved away from the South will want to upgrade to Fubo “Sports Lite” for the SEC Network.

fuboTV is built for sports fans and is our top pick for watching the NFL as well as SEC Football. The platform also carries a number of sporting events in 4K.

Hulu + Live TV now comes with unlimited DVR storage and SEC Network in the base package, so there is much to like for Ole Miss fans. You get all the channels you need to live stream SEC football in the base package, and Hulu + Live TV comes standard with the Disney+ and ESPN+ bundle, which features UFC events, more college football, and a great selection of out-of-market MLB and NHL games.

DIRECTV STREAM has all the channels you need to watch Ole Miss Football. Although an upgrade to the DIRECTV STREAM “Choice” package is required to gain access to the SEC Network, the platform may be worth it for some sports fans down South simply because DIRECTV STREAM carries so many regional sports networks (RSNs). For example, Bally Sports Southeast, the RSN that carries the Atlanta Braves and Hawks, is available on DIRECTV STREAM.

Looking for an innovative live TV streaming service? YouTube TV is right up there with fuboTV. A Google account is required to signup, which will add time for some sports fans, but the Alphabet owned streaming service has a great 4K selection of sporting events, a mobile-only integration with NFL.com fantasy football leagues, and the Stats View and Key Plays feature are a game changer for watching both college and pro football.

YouTube TV is the home of NFL Sunday Ticket.

While it won’t get you ESPN, ESPN2, or the SEC Network, Paramount+ does offer access to WCBI Channel 4, and CBS affiliates across the country. This gets Ole Miss fans access to the SEC Game of the Week, featured night games, and the SEC Championship game.

Pair Paramount+ with Sling TV Orange + Sports Extra to fill in the channel gaps and still save about $20 per month over the competition.

You can get CBS on Sling TV, but an air antenna is required, so if you’re looking to get a game on CBS fast, this is not the platform for you. However, Sling TV Orange + Sports Extra offers a ton of value for Ole Miss fans. You can get ESPN, ESPN2, and the SEC Network for a price that is a significant discount over competitors.

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