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How to Watch the Outback Bowl Online without Cable: Live Stream Guide

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Outback Bowl Live Stream The Outback Bowl is here, and it's set to be a thrilling game. Both teams are among the best in college football, and they're going to leave it all on the field. The game's on ABC, but it's still pretty easy to get your Outback Bowl live stream today – even if you don't have cable! You'll have a few services that will make it easy to watch the game streaming on ABC. You can even watch the Outback Bowl online for free! Read on to learn more.  

DIRECTV NOW is The Best Choice for an Outback Bowl Live Stream

Outback Bowl Live Stream AT&T's streaming service DIRECTV NOW will let you watch an Outback Bowl live stream. Even though the game is on ABC, you can still watch it with just the starting package on the service. There will be a simulcast of the game on ESPN3, which can be accessed through WatchESPN with your DIRECTV NOW login information. To watch an Outback Bowl stream on DIRECTV NOW starts at $35 per month for over 60 channels, and there's no contract. Stream on a range of devices, including Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, iOS and Android devices, and more. You can watch Outback Bowl online free with the 7-day free trial. And, take a look at our DIRECTV NOW review for more information.  

Use Sling TV for Your Outback Bowl Live Stream

Outback Bowl Live Stream Sling TV will also let you watch an Outback Bowl stream on ESPN3. The main difference is ESPN3 can be watched right on the Sling TV interface, without having to go to WatchESPN. Sling TV costs $20 per month to start and features a little over 30 channels to live stream. It's another source to watch an Outback Bowl live stream free since there is also a 7-day free trial for the service. You can learn about the other starting package and the full channel listings in our Sling TV review.  

Another Way to Get an Outback Bowl Live Stream is PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue review Sony's streaming service, PlayStation Vue, is the last option to watch Outback Bowl online. The access to the game is the same as DIRECTV NOW with you just logging onto WatchESPN with your credentials. The beginning price of PlayStation Vue sits in between the other two services at $39.99 per month. This monthly price gets you more than just an Outback Bowl live stream since there are about 50 channels to stream on the service. One note on PlayStation Vue (review) is there may be some blackouts for mobile streaming. It might not be a game changer for everyone, but for certain people it could be a big deal. Overall, PlayStation Vue is just another easy way to watch the Outback Bowl online without cable. You can try Vue free for 5 days to see if the service is right for you. Have any questions about how to watch the Outback Bowl online? Comment below for help!  

Matt Pelletier

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Matt Pelletier reports on the streaming industry as it relates to sports media, providing coverage on how to watch live sports without cable. Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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