The summer sun begins to fade, the leaves have a shade of brown. Fall on us and that means only one thing - new football season! While you'll have to wait a few days for the NFL, the NCAA season is now underway and there's a flurry of intriguing games going on this weekend. We'll tell you how to live stream football today and in particular on ESPN+.
So what games are here to play juice football? The trio match will all start with Syracuse on the loose in Virginia at 6 pm local time. This is the first season of freedom as the FBS team right bowl, so the flames will be interested to make a hot start in front of their fans.
Two other games on ESPN+ will go to 7pm ET / 4pm PT with Stephen F. Austin going to Baylor and Nichols in Kansas City.
The all-Texas showdown sees a lot of Charlie Brewer's fantasies for the home team. Under the expert guidance of coach Matt Rhule, they have gone from one of the worst teams in the NCAA to a real dark horse.
K-State Wildcats welcome (if that's the right word) Louisiana-based Nichols players for a game full of determination after last year's fixture. Kansas will be re-elected, but will the Nichols create a sensation like they did in overtime in 2018?
It's going to be a great evening of college football action and you can stream all three matches live on ESPN+. Keep reading to find out the details and see how to watch even if you're outside the US this Saturday.
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How to Watch College Football Outside the US
If there is no official broadcast in the country or abroad for today's holiday, then you need to use VPN service to access US placements that do not have coverage.
A VPN is ideal for this as it allows you to change your IP address so that you appear to be in a completely different place. They are amazingly easy to use, too! We have tested hundreds of VPNs and can recommend ExpressVPN as a VPN is the best currently available: