Go green!  We’ve all heard of the Michigan State Spartans football program that represents Michigan State University in college football.  The Spartans are members of the holy, “Big Ten Conference”. Michigan State claims a total of six national championships altogether, (1951, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1965, and 1966).  The Spartans have also won two Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association championships as well, (1903 and 1905) and nine Big Ten championships (1953, 1965, 1966, 1978, 1987, 1990, 2010, 2013, and 2015).  Here’s to hoping they do well this year too!

WE RECOMMEND: Sling TV Offers a Great Option for Live Streaming Michigan State

Sling TV is a revolutionary way to watch college football.  Sling TV lets you pick between cable and online streaming.  Sling is much cheaper too, something anyone who loves the Spartans can afford, whereas cable prices can be iffier.  Sling TV brings the heat by allowing viewers to stream any Spartans game they want, all in HD too!  Sling TV sweetens the deal further by offering a seven-day free trial and plenty of other TV shows to watch too. They’ve got Pac 12 Network and SEC Network but Big Ten Network isn’t on Sling just yet but it probably will be in the future. It’s on Playstation Vue for sure!

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Watch Michigan State Games with Hulu Live

Hulu is one of the most reliable names in streaming sports online. Their live streaming service is high definition, has very little lag, and works across all devices (computers, tablets, mobile, smart TVs and more). There’s no better way to stream live MSU games online than with Hulu. The best part? They have a risk-free seven day trial. Get access to it here:

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Fubo TV offers great college sports streaming packages

Fubo started as a plan to make it easier to stream live soccer in the United States, but has since expanded to include college football and NFL games (they offer things like NFL RedZone and such). Check out their offerings and get an exclusive free trial to stream MSU games here:

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Out of market? Use a VPN

If you live in one city but want to watch a Michigan State game in another city, you can use a VPN to do so! A VPN will allow you to set a location where the game you want to watch is streaming, and then use one of the above streaming services to watch those games. We fully recommend NordVPN, and you can get a free trial to their service here:


Streaming Spartans Games Live without Cable Using AT&T TV NOW

Try Sling already? Or maybe you just want something a little different then you can also stream Spartans football games on AT&T TV NOW, an app much like sling that doesn’t require cable and is a fraction of the cost. They have ESPN and those other networks like PAC-12 and SEC as well so head over to their signup page and start your seven day trial to stream college football games live right now:


Paramount Plus has Viewing Options for the Spartans

CBS offers another option.  While they do not stream all of the college football teams, they do stream several of them. You can check on CBS’s website to find out.  CBS’s All Access program allows you to sign up for the program and be able to stream your favorite college team playing a game right from the CBS website. You’ll also get access to all of your favorite streaming CBS shows like Star Trek and Survivor.

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All the Streaming Details on the Spartans on Their Official Website


You can’t go wrong with the Spartan’s official website.  While you can’t stream an actual game there, they have options for places you can, ticket prices, game schedules, and details on which networks will be showing their games.  You can also find details on the players, the team’s stats, schedules, final scores, picks, trades, interviews, and more goodies. Most pertinent, you can find out what channel the game is streaming on! Looks like most games are on Big Ten Network.

Real Michigan State Fans Keep Away from Illegal Sites

As tempting as getting something for free is, it’s not worth it to mess around with illegal sites.  These sites are bad news bears and will undoubtedly throw all kinds of viruses, bugs, and malware at your computer.  It’s best to just stay away from them and avoid the legal repercussions.  Furthermore, when you pay a small fee to stream your team, you’re actually supporting that team, something true fans of the Michigan State Spartans love doing for their teams here and there.