It’s week six of the college football season and what better time for a crucial SEC West battle? Alabama takes on Texas A&M Saturday in Aggie territory — with both teams coming in hot after three straight wins and a 2-0 record in the division.
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Betting pros are calling the Crimson Tide the favorite to win this week, but not by much. It’ll likely be a close game, regardless of who comes out on top. You don’t want to miss it. Here’s everything you need to know to catch the action live with or without cable.
Kickoff time and network
The Alabama Crimson Tide will travel to Kyle Field in College Station, Texas on Saturday, Oct. 7 to take on the Texas A&M Aggies at 3:30 p.m. ET. Cable subscribers can catch the game live on CBS or the CBS app with a provider login. No cable? You’ll need a streaming subscription to watch it live. We’ve got you covered with the best options below.
Best streaming services for Alabama vs. Texas A&M football matchup
With dozens of networks broadcasting games in the 2023 season, finding out how to watch college football games live is no easy task. Lucky for you, we’ve already done the sleuthing for you. Since the Alabama vs. Texas A&M game airs live on CBS, it’s actually one of the easier games to watch. You have a few different options to tune in live — here are our top picks.
Best overall: Paramount+ with Showtime
Paramount+ with Showtime
You can catch the Alabama vs. Texas A&M game for free when you sign up for the Paramount + with Showtime tier and enter the code REDEEM30 at checkout. This will unlock a 30-day trial and allow you to tune in live to test the waters. Should you decide to keep your subscription, you’ll have access to the entire Showtime and Paramount+ library, plus live college football games airing on CBS and CBS Sports Network, including nationally-televised SEC and Big 10 showdowns. After your 30-day trial is up, it’ll cost you $11.99/month to stick around.
Best cable alternative: YouTube TV
If you’d rather have long-term access to more than just CBS broadcasts for college football games, YouTube TV is your best bet. The massive channel lineup includes CBS, ABC, NBC, SEC Network, Big Ten Network, and many others, so you can watch the Alabama vs. Texas A&M game live, then tune into another game after. You can also record games with unlimited DVR space, or watch multiple games at once with three simultaneous streams. It’s our top pick for a live TV streaming service for many reasons, but the deal it’s currently running might just be the biggest of all. New subscribers can get three free weeks to test things out, then pay just $52.99/month for three months instead of the usual $72.99/month. That’s a savings of $60. Just remember that once the trial is up, you’ll either have to cancel or pay the full rate of $72.99/month.
With an even bigger channel lineup than YouTube TV, FuboTV is a sports fan’s best friend. Fortunately, you can test it out and watch the Crimson Tide take on the Aggies during a seven-day free trial. But after your trial is up, you’ll have to decide whether or not you want to pay the steep $74.99/month or cancel.
Honorable mention: Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV may not be our top pick for a cable replacement, but don’t write it off just yet. It offers access to CBS for the Alabama vs. Texas A&M matchup, plus other college football channels like ABC, ACC Network, Big Ten Network, ESPN, ESPN 2, Fox, FS1, FS2, NBC, and more. Not to mention, a subscription also includes access to the full streaming libraries of Hulu, ESPN+, and Disney+. If you sign up before Oct. 11, you’ll only pay $49.99/month for three months ($76.99/month thereafter with the impending price hike).