Saturday night, the city of Morgantown is set to host a college football showdown between two outstanding teams eyeing the Big 12 Championship. There are three teams vying for Big 12 glory, and two of these teams will be facing off at Milan Puskar Stadium, as the Oklahoma Sooners take on the West Virginia Mountaineers. Both teams are doing great and both teams hold eight wins for this season.
The Sooners are currently on a hot streak. After coming off of a sluggish start to the season, this team from Oklahoma came back with seven consecutive wins. After the third week in the season, the Sooners had fallen from the Coaches Poll, but now they are in in the top 10 and are on the rise. Meanwhile, the Mountaineers actually have a better record this season than the Sooners, as they have only lost once this season to another team from Oklahoma known as the Cowboys. But the Sooners are definitely looking to be the second Oklahoma team to defeat the Mountaineers this season. It can very well be an Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma competing for the Big 12 Championship. Or maybe not, maybe the Mountaineers will climb over the Sooners on Saturday night.
But where do you go to see all the action unfold live and at your convenience? Just read below and you’ll see how you’ll be able to live stream the game for free!
Oklahoma vs. West Virginia Viewing Details
Date: Saturday, November 19, 2016
Time: 8:00 P.M. EST
Location: Milan Puskar Stadium, Morgantown, West Virginia
TV Channel: ABC
Live Stream (computer): WatchESPN
Live Stream (mobile): ESPN App
How To Live Stream Oklahoma vs. West Virginia Game Online
Hey, dude. Away from the TV screen? Or are you the type of person that prefers to watch his sports (and shows) online rather than on the tube? Well, you’re in luck! I’ve got you covered. But first, you’re going to need to have a cable or satellite subscription. If you do then you’re in very good shape to watch the West Virginia Mountaineers take on the Oklahoma Sooners this Saturday evening.
Just click on WatchESPN and you’ll be able to get right in the thick of things with college football excitement. You’ll be able to see these two spectacular teams battle it out under the bright lights of Milan Puskar Stadium. But remember that you will need a cable or satellite subscription to access this very cool service.
How To Live Stream Oklahoma vs. West Virginia Game Mobile or Tablet
Do you prefer doing stuff on your mobile or tablet device? Also away from television screen? Well, you’re in luck, buddy! ESPN has you covered again. They have this sweet thing called the ESPN App, where you can live stream many of your favorite games and sports from the big leagues to college sports. This app is free to download 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 what is sure to be an epic showdown. You can download the app off of Amazon App, Google Play, iTunes, Windows Store, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Roku.
How To Live Stream Oklahoma vs. West Virginia Online Without Cable Subscription
Not hooked up with a cable or satellite subscription? Well, no need to stress, bro! You can still see the game online and I’ll tell you how. Just click on Sling TV, choose the Sling Orange package (which costs $20 per month), but if you pay attention to me, you can see this game absolutely free (along with a full week of streaming from your favorite television networks).
Click on the Sling website; you’ll see a light blue bar with those incredible words (and that lucky number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – you’ll probably want to take hold of this amazing offer and peep the impending showdown between the Sooners and the Mountaineers.
You’ll have to pick the Sling Orange package, with a steal of a deal with $20 a month, but if you choose to cancel within seven days, you will not be charged a cent. Though if you do stick around with Sling, you’ll be able to see your favorite shows from a trilogy of ESPN (2, 3 and Original), you can laugh it up on Comedy Central, IFC or Adult Swim, and you can view a fresh take on journalism with Viceland. So, if any of this sounds appealing, you may want to dish out that extra 20 bucks a month for the latest in sports, action, cartoons and news.
But what are you doing here? Time to get off this article and watch some football!