Big Ten football is back this weekend and you don’t need a cable subscription to watch your favorite teams. Several streaming services offer Big Ten Network so cord cutters can watch games airing on that channel on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and other streaming devices.
Big Ten Network is dedicated to coverage of the Big Ten Conference, including live and recorded event telecasts, news, analysis programs, and other content focusing on the conference’s member schools.
Here’s how to watch without cable.
Big Ten Network is included in fuboTV packages, including the basic Family package for $64.99 per month, after a 7 day free trial.
Big Ten Network is included in the Hulu with Live lineup, along with 65+ more channels, for $55 per month, after a 7 day free trial.
Sling TV launched BTN this week, including the channel on the Sling Blue Sports Extra package. Sling Blue costs $30 per month and the Sports Extra is an additional $10 per month. If you’re new to Sling TV, you can try out the service and BTN with a three day free trial.
Watch Big Ten Network along with 85+ more channels with YouTube TV’s basic package for $64.99 per month, after a free trial.
To watch Big Ten Network with AT&T TV Now, you’ll need to subscribe to the Max package for $80 per month. With the Max package, you’ll also get HBO Max.
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