Baylor football finished the 2018 season with seven wins, which included a victory over Vanderbilt in the Texas Bowl. Ready to kick-off its new campaign this college football season, the fans in Waco are hoping the team can build off of its success and compete in the wide open Big 12, with expectations that, just maybe, their squad can knock off one of the big boys in the conference.
As Baylor football fans wait to see what’s in store for the upcoming season, the only place to watch the team’s first game of the new year against Stephen F. Austin is on ESPN+, which will carry the game live when it kicks off this Saturday, August 31 at 7 p.m. EST.
Baylor football hosting Stephen F. Austin this weekend is just one of the five Power-5 games streaming on ESPN+ during the official opening week of college football. And, even better, ESPN+ will offer more than 300 college football games over the course of the season — so grab yourself some snacks, beverages and post up on your couch, ’cause it’s going to be a fun year.
In addition to the over 300 live games from 12 different conferences that’ll be streaming on ESPN+ this college football season, subscribers to the streaming service will get loads of extras, too. Here’s some of what to expect with an ESPN subscription, which costs just $4.99/month or $49.99/year.
- Fans can pause, rewind and replay every single live game offered, so no need to feel left out if you missed the opening kick-off
- Get behind-the-scenes coverage with exclusive articles from ESPN’s renowned College Football insiders
- Real-time stats and analysis is available thanks to ESPN’s PickCenter
Plus, with an ESPN+ subscription, fans will get access to loads of other sports content and live events from MLB, NHL, MLS, UFC, Top Rank Boxing, international soccer, Championship Tennis and more. With the colder weather coming this fall and winter, you may never leave your couch again.
From the entire catalogue of 30 for 30 documentaries, to live events or original series’ like SneakerCenter or Peyton’s Places, among others, every single sports fan should include the streaming service into their monthly budget. Remember, a monthly plan on ESPN+ is only $4.99 — and a yearly subscription is $49.99 — so now’s the time to get yours so you never miss the most in-depth sports content available.
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