Live Sports Without a Satellite Subscription in the U.S.?

Discussion in Digital & Web TV started by helpingcollier4 • Dec 23, 2014.

  1. helpingcollier4


    Dec 23, 2014
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    Good evening!

    I tried cutting the cord and cancelling satellite service a couple of years ago. It worked wonderfully, and our family greatly enjoyed the net savings of nearly $100 per month. And then football season began. I am a huge fan of college football and found it impossible to watch games, other than those aired on regular network television. So we signed up with DISH Network and are back to paying $60 per month for TV services that, for the most part, we don't use. I also have a Netflix subscription.

    I realize that many more options are available since I cut the cord originally. But I am wondering if the good folks on this forum can recommend a way to cut the cord and still be able to watch live sports. I have the MLB.TV package for baseball, and it plays through my Roku box. Are there any such options for college football and the Nfl? If so, I would be interested to compare the prices.