If it’s not on broadcast TV, it’s on one of four other channels. And you’ve got lots of options here.
The postseason is set for this year’s slate of college football games. And, no, we’re not quite ready to crown Alabama yet again. There are games to be played. The question, of course, is when are the college football bowl games, and what channel are the games on?
OK, one other question — how the hell do you watch the final college football games of 2018 if you don’t have cable? We’ve got answers for all that.
By the way: All times you read on this page are Eastern. You’ll have to do the math yourself.
Get an over-the-air antenna
Normally an over-the-air antenna is the first answer we give folks when it comes to watching sports. But only four of the bowl games are on broadcast TV this year. Which games, you ask? These games:
- North Carolina A&T vs. Alcorn State, noon, Dec. 15, ABC
- Fresno State vs. Arizona State, 3:30 p.m., Dec. 15, ABC
- South Carolina vs. Virginia, Noon, Dec. 29, ABC
- Kentucky vs. Penn State, 1 p.m., Jan. 1, ABC
So if any of those games is your jam, you can get it for free via an over-the-air antenna.