How to watch, live stream Big Ten matches for the 2020 season


The Big Ten returns this week and there are a few ways for fans to watch. The conference initially decided not to play due to the coronavirus pandemic, but reversed their decision.

Fans of the Michigan Wolverines, Michigan State Spartans, or any of the 12 other schools can tune in to see their school in action. The Spartans will host the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at noon Saturday on Big Ten Network. Michigan will open its season in prime time in Minnesota.

Streaming options include fuboTV, Hulu with live TV, Where YouTube TV. Since the Big Ten games are broadcast on channels such as FS1, FS2, and other FOX affiliates, college football fans can also look to Sling.

Fans can find the Big Ten games schedule at the NCAA website or on the The Big Ten site.

FuboTV (7 day free trial) – $ 59.99

Subscribers will have access to CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, NFL Network and a variety of other sports networks. FuboTV’s most basic subscription plan includes the Big Ten network along with over 85 other channels. Subscribe to FuboTV

Hulu + Live TV – $ 54.99

Includes, ABC, CBS, FOX, ESPN as well as regional sports networks. Additionally, subscribers will have access to Hulu’s library of shows and movies. Sadly, NFL fans will miss NFL Network and NFL RedZone. Subscribe to Hulu + Live TV

Sling Blue – $ 30

Subscribers will have access to ESPN, FS1 and 30 other channels, including NFL Network. Subscribe to Sling

BTN + – $ 14.95

This is a direct-to-consumer subscription service directly from the conference itself. Subscribers can choose to pay monthly or annually and will have access to over 1,400 non-televised games. Fans will also be able to stream both TV and non-TV matches the day after they are broadcast. They will also have an on-demand archive of past seasons of Big Ten Classics and Originals. Subscribe to BTN +

Big Ten viewers should visit or use the Fox Sports app to watch TV matches. They will need a wired service provider to connect to use either option.

YouTube TV – $ 64.99

With YouTube TV, subscribers will have access to the Big Ten Network as well as numerous FOX channels to catch all of the game day action.


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