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How to Watch the Big 12 Conference Live Without Cable 2022

By Tara K • Published Aug 05, 2022

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The 2022 Big 12 Conference football season officially kicks off on September 24. Wondering how you can tune in if you’ve already cut the cord?

The Big 12 Conference will be airing on FOX and ESPN channels — this means you’ll be able to watch on Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, DirecTV Stream, YouTube TV, and ESPN+. In this guide, we’ll give you the brief lowdown on each one so you can find the one that suits you best.

Watch Big 12 Conference on Sling TV

If you’re a price-conscious viewer, Sling TV is an affordable way to watch the Big 12 Conference without cable. Our suggestion is to opt for the Sling Blue + Orange package, which will give you both Fox Sports and ESPN channels. You won’t get ABC and FOX, but you can easily get the channels and a full viewing experience by adding on an OTA antenna.

Sling Orange

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$40 / month
30+ Channels
ESPN
Half off first month
1 simultaneous stream
45+ Channels
Fox, NBC, CNN, MSNBC
Half off first month
3 simultaneous stream
50+ Channels
ESPN
Half off first month
4* simultaneous stream

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Watch Big 12 Conference On fuboTV

Big sports fan? fuboTV was made for you. If you want a comprehensive watching experience for the Big 12 Conference, nothing beats fuboTV. You’ll get pretty much all the channels you need to watch Big 12 Conference live without cable, including ESPN and Fox Sports, ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, and over 100+ other channels.

100+ Channels
Wide sports coverage
1,000 hours of cloud DVR
3 simultaneous stream
150+ channels
Multiple streams
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Watch Big 12 Conference on Hulu + Live TV

If you want a great streaming service that also lets you watch the best nationally-televised NCAA football games, Hulu + Live TV’s your best option. The only subscription package it offers gives you access to watch ESPN, Fox Sports, ABC, FOX, and 70+ other channels.

Award winning Hulu originals
Thousands of shows and movies
Award winning Hulu originals
Thousands of shows and movies
67 Channels
2 simultaneous streams
ESPN and Disney

Watch Big 12 Conference On DirecTV Stream

DirecTV Stream is a pricier option, but is one of the best streaming services out there if you’re looking for an overall cable replacement. If you want to catch most Big 12 games this NCAA season, all you need is the cheapest “Entertainment” package. This plan has 65+ channels including NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, Fox Sports, and ESPN, among many others.

75+ channels
Stream on unlimited devices at home
Unlimited cloud DVR
Regional sports networks included
105+ Channels
Stream on unlimited devices at home
Unlimited cloud DVR
Regional sports networks included
140+ channels
Stream on unlimited devices at home
Unlimited cloud DVR
Regional sports networks included
150+ channels
Stream on unlimited devices at home
Unlimited cloud DVR

Watch Big 12 Conference on ESPN+

It comes as no surprise to anyone that ESPN+ is the exclusive home to some Big 12 matches this year. But here’s the thing: ESPN+ usually broadcasts one to two games per week, so it’s not an absolute must for catching Big 12 Conference games. That said, at its relatively low monthly subscription fee, it’s hard to pass up on, especially if you’re a big football fan and if you know that your teams’ games will be airing on ESPN+.

Live sports and ESPN+ originals
Thousands of live events

Watch Big 12 Conference On YouTube TV

Your subscription to YouTube TV comes with plenty of channels like NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, ESPN and Fox Sports, and so much more. This means you shouldn’t have any trouble streaming Big 12 games live without cable. Your subscription will get you 85+ channels in entertainment, news, live sports, children’s programming, and more.

Tara K

Tara Khudairi is a freelance content writer and copywriter based in Toronto. Since 2014, she has contributed to brands and blogs alike to tackle popular topics relating to technology, personal finance, entertainment, travel and lifestyle. Whether it’s the latest streaming service or cryptocurrency, she’s passionate about making the complex simple. When she’s not busy typing away, you’ll find Tara watching Netflix’s latest true crime doc or a classic 90’s horror flick.

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