Get ready for NCAA week 14 matchups between Virginia Tech vs Virginia. you can find all the channels to watch Sunday night football online below. The Teams have come till here with byes, but now there will be no more byes. It’s time for some real action, right here.
Virginia Tech got themselves on the board against the Pittsburgh Panthers last week, but Pitt never followed suit. Virginia Tech was the clear victor by a 28 to nothing margin over Pitt. The team accrued the bulk of their points in the first half (21) and coasted on those for the victory.
A lot of ways one can watch Virginia Tech vs Virginia State online in HD quality free from your PC or mobiles. We are creating a list of streams to watch the Playoff game on Sunday. For viewers outside the United States, one can watch the game from any part of the world using a VPN. Let’s see the list of streaming channels below.
Streaming options consist of Hulu with Live TV, PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV, and Sling TV (but not CBS). You can also watch the games live stream through the ABC, CBS, and Fox and NBC apps all you need is the login credentials of your cable TV.
Those who could not have access to cable connections can use PlayStation Vue service for Ole Miss vs Mississippi State. PlayStation Vue provides the coverage of a variety of channels such as Fox Sports 1, TNT, as well as some local sports channels. The service is available in the United States and you can access it on many devices including PS4 as well as Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku, PC and Mac, mobile devices and more.
You will have to pay $49.99 a month for the Core plan, which will grant you access to different networks and sports cable channels like Fox Sports 1 and NBCSN. The good news is that other channels such as Big Ten Network, beIN Sports and other local sports channels are included in the Core plan. However, you may have to pay an additional $15 for soccer-focused service and Fox Soccer Plus.
Sling TV is a great option to watch Ole Miss Vs. Mississippi State. ESPN and ESPN2 come in the “Sling Orange” channel bundle. You can test the signal with a free seven-day trial.
You can then live stream the action on your computer through the Sling TV website, or on your phone, tablet, or streaming device with the Sling TV app.
Another option to watch Ole Miss Vs. Mississippi State is the DirecTV Now. The AT&T-owned streaming service will allow you to test the signal for seven days. It offers basic service that includes CBS and most of the major cable networks, like the TBS, TNT, and Tru TV.
The Subscription costs $40 per month. Be warned, though, that starting next month, there will be an increase in the monthly price.