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College Football Playoff 2018-19: Who plays, tee times, how to watch and more



You do not have to wait until New Year's Day to see the biggest bowl games that college football has to offer. The Cotton Bowl and Orange Bowl games are doubling this year as the semi-finals of the College Football Playoffs and will be held on Saturday. The winners of the semi-finals will meet on Monday, January 7, in the National Championship game at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

Schedule:

Game

Date

Time (ET)

Network

Cotton Bowl: Clemson Vs. Notre Dame

Saturday, December 29

1

6.00

ESPN

Orange Peel: Alabama Vs. Oklahoma

Saturday, December 29

20.00

ESPN

National Championship

Monday, January 7

8 PM

ESPN

How the games are streamed

ESPN transfers the games and it is widely available for streaming services. Here's an overview of your options if you do not have a cable or satellite subscription and want to watch the College Football playoffs.

Sling TV

Sling TV's Sling Orange package

costs $ 25 a month and includes ESPN.

PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue The cheapest $ 45 access plan per month includes ESPN.

DirectTV Now

DirectTV Now basic $ 40 The one-month "Live a Little" package includes ESPN.

Hulu with Live TV

Hulu with Live TV costs $ 40 a month and includes ESPN.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV costs $ 40 a month and includes ESPN.

WatchESPN

You can stream the college football playoffs through WatchESPN on your computer or through the WatchESPN app, but you must have a pay-TV subscription. You do not necessarily need a cable or satellite subscription. You can authorize your account to use WatchESPN with any of the five above streaming services. Click here for the full list of suppliers.


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