College football is already in Week 9 of the season, meaning we’re getting closer and closer to crowning the next national champion. Anyone who has a pulse has probably tuned into as many games as humanly possible all year long, with the College Football Playoff race starting to take shape. With tons of college football games each week, though, how can we all possibly take in the action without missing a beat (or tackle?) — with ESPN+, which offers a ton of programming options for fans; all for an insane low price of either $4.99/month or $49.99/year.
So why is ESPN+ the spot to catch all the college football action this season? Quite frankly, because the ESPN+ streaming network is loaded with college football games, bringing the heat with more than 300 college football games over the course of the season — and the action continues this weekend, with a bunch of tasty matchups worth circling on the schedule.
Take a look at what will be streaming on ESPN+ in Week 9 of the CFB season; which is loaded for college football fans with an incredible 29 games again this weekend.
The ESPN+ college football line-up is stacked this year, so sign-up now.
Saturday, October 26
- Southern Mississippi at Rice – 1:00p EST
- West Florida at Florida Tech – 1:00p EST
- Stetson at Valparaiso – 1:00p EST
- Penn at Yale – 1:00p EST
- Harvard at Princeton – 1:00p EST
- East Tennessee State at Samford – 1:00p EST
- Campbell at Gardner-Webb – 1:30p EST
- Brown at Cornell – 1:30p EST
- Chattanooga at Wofford– 1:30p EST
- Ohio at Ball State – 2:00p EST
- Western Illinois at Youngstown State – 2:00p EST
- Virginia Lynchburg at Hampton – 2:00p EST
- UT Martin at Southeast Missouri State – 2:00p EST
- Mercer at The Citadel – 2:00p EST
- Austin Peay at Tennessee Tech – 2:30p EST
- North Dakota State at South Dakota State – 3:00p EST
- Northern Iowa at Missouri State – 3:00p EST
- Eastern Kentucky at Eastern Illinois – 3:00p EST
- Eastern Michigan at Toledo – 3:30p EST
- Central Michigan at Buffalo – 3:30p EST
- Miami (Ohio) at Kent State – 3:30p EST
- Florida Atlantic at Old Dominion – 3:30p EST
- North Texas at Charlotte– 3:30p EST
- McNeese at Stephen F. Austin – 4:00p EST
- Southern Illinois at South Dakota – 5:00p EST
- Northwestern State at Incarnate Word – 5:00p EST
- Monmouth at Charleston Southern – 6:00p EST
- Texas State at Arkansas State – 7:00p EST
- Troy at Georgia State – 7:00p EST
See, we told you ESPN+ is the premier destination for college football this season.
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.
Whether it’s college football you’re looking for, or just a ton of top-notch sports content, ESPN+ is the destination for you.
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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