The undefeated Nebraska Cornhuskers roll into Madison this Saturday evening to face the hometown team of the Wisconsin Badgers, who they haven’t defeated since 2012. The Cornhuskers seem to have their head in the game, laying opponents such as the Northwestern Wildcats, who they decimated last month with a score of 24-13. But the Badgers are an entirely different animal than the Wildcats, as in 2014, the Badgers went from 3-17 against the Cornhuskers, and by the end of the game, the score said 58-24 with a Badgers victory and a Cornhuskers annihilation.
Nebraska Quarterback Tommy Armstrong, Jr. said, “We have a lot of critics about whether we really are good or not. This is what we work for. This is one of the great teams in our conference, and a lot of people are saying this is the determining factor of whether we go to the Big Ten championship or not.”
The Cornhuskers have been doing fantastic this season and have yet to suffer a loss, unlike the Wisconsin Badgers who have a 5-2 on their win/loss record. But who will make it out of this one on top in what is sure to be a game full of drama and anticipation? And how will you be able to watch such a game? I may not be able to predict who will win, as both teams have a great shot of besting one another. But I can tell you where you can find the action, and see for yourself.
Wisconsin vs. Nebraska Viewing Details
Date: Saturday, October 29, 2016
Time: 7:00 P.M. EST
Location: Camp Randall Stadium, Madison, Wisconsin
TV Channel: ESPN
Live Stream (computer): WatchESPN
Live Stream (mobile): ESPN App
How To Live Stream Wisconsin vs. Nebraska Game Online
Hey, college football fan, are you away from the TV right now? Are you bummed out that you might miss the game between the Cornhuskers and the Badgers? Just listen to me, bro. Do you already have ESPN on your TV? Well, you’re in good shape already because ESPN is more than just a television channel, it’s also a multifaceted network, which offers free streaming services to their cable and satellite subscribers.
To stream this live online, just click on WatchESPN to see the big game between the undefeated Nebraska Cornhuskers and the vicious Wisconsin Badgers. And the Badgers have been whooping the Cornhuskers to a while now. So this undefeated team is looking to break this streak against Wisconsin and move onto greener pastures; moving up in the ranks while also putting an unpleasant past behind them as they look into the future of plowing down their opponents.
How To Live Stream Wisconsin vs. Nebraska Game Mobile or Tablet
Would you rather watch the game right from your tablet or mobile device? Well, ESPN has you covered again. They have a cool thing called the ESPN App, where you can live stream many of your favorite games from the big leagues to college sports. This app is free to download as well for all cable and satellite subscribers that are hooked up with ESPN and all their excellent programming.
But where can you download this app? There’s more than a handful of options to choose, where you can download the app and stream this much-anticipated game. You can download the app off of Google Play, iTunes, Windows Store, Amazon App, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Roku.
How To Live Stream Wisconsin vs. Nebraska Online Without Cable Subscription
No cable or satellite subscription, eh? Well, don’t fret, football fan. I’ve got you covered (again). You can still see all the live action between Wisconsin and Nebraska, where the Badgers look to take down the season-long undefeated Cornhuskers, while the Nebraska team looks to continue their stream and run through a familiar foe.
You can watch all the college football over at Sling TV, and take out the Sling Orange package ($20 a month fee), but you can still get it for free for the first week!
Click on the Sling website, you’ll see a light blue bar with the beautiful words (and number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – you’re gonna wanna take advantage of this deal to watch this impending battle between competing college football teams from the Midwest.
You’ll have to pick the Sling Orange package, with a great deal of $20 a month, but if you cancel within seven days, you will not be charged. Though if you choose to stick around with Sling, you’ll be able to see your favorite shows from ESPN (2, 3 and Original), you can laugh it up on Comedy Central, Adult Swim or IFC, and you can watch a new take on journalism with Viceland. So, if any of this sounds attractive, you may want to dish out that extra 20 bucks a month for sports, action, cartoons and news.
But there is no time to waste! Find a TV set, a computer, a mobile device or tablet and get your live stream on!