The LSU Tigers will meet up with the Louisville Cardinals in the Citrus Bowl. The game takes place down in Orlando, Florida at Camping World Stadium. Kickoff is at 11:00 a.m. on New Year’s Eve. Both teams are hoping to close their season out on a high note, but everyone involved knows only one can go home with the bowl trophy. If you want to watch the game, you can easily get a Citrus Bowl live stream.
The exact way you get a live stream will depend on your preference, but you’ll have plenty of options. Even though the game is broadcast on ABC there are several services out there you can use to stream the game. Details on each service available to you are below!
DIRECTV NOW – Our Top Option to Watch a Citrus Bowl Live Stream
DIRECTV NOW will be the best way to watch Citrus Bowl online. The service is new onto the market and is offered by AT&T. It costs $35 per month to start and gives you more than 60 channels to live stream.
The way you’ll watch an LSU vs Louisville live stream on ABC is through WatchESPN. Your DIRECTV NOW credentials can be used to sign in to the WatchESPN website, which will be broadcasting a simulcast of the game on ESPN3. Also, DIRECTV NOW is a way you can watch a Citrus Bowl stream free thanks to the 7-day free trial. You get WatchESPN access during the trial as well!
Check out our DIRECTV NOW review to learn even more about the new service.
Get your Citrus Bowl Live Stream from Sling TV
Sling TV has been around a little longer and can also be a good option for an LSU vs Louisville live stream. You can use the service to watch ESPN3 right on the Sling TV interface. It’s built-in, so you don’t have to go to the WatchESPN app or website in order to watch your Citrus Bowl live stream. There’s also a 7-day free trial on Sling TV, so you can watch the Citrus Bowl for free here as well.
The Sling TV (review) subscription only costs $20 per month and you get over 30 channels to live stream. After your trial, if you sign up for just one month of Sling TV you actually get a free Roku Express. The Roku lets you watch things like a Citrus Bowl stream right on the big screen with Sling TV.
Watch a Citrus Bowl Live Stream on Sony’s PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is the last option for your Citrus Bowl stream. The access to watching the game on ABC is setup just like DIRECTV NOW. You just use your login credentials on the WatchESPN website or app to get access to ESPN3. The starting price of PlayStation Vue (review) is $29.99 per month. The price and channel package (over 50 channels) fall right in the middle of Sling TV and DIRECTV NOW. The only difference is there is a chance you could run into some mobile blackouts on PlayStation Vue.
You can learn more in our PlayStation Vue review here.
The Citrus Bowl is looking like a great game between two solid teams. There’s certainly some things to look forward to in the game. Also, there’s been plenty of news leading up to the game like LSU having to leave a player at home.
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