If you’re a fan of University of Mississippi football and wondering if there are any good live steaming services left, the answer is yes, there are quite a lot of them. If you like to watch Ole Miss football online then some of these sites will be familiar. But if you’re not sure how to proceed, this article will explain how you can do so.
Find an Online Streaming Service
Here are the steps you need to take. They’re very simple really, and if you have a fast Internet connection you shouldn’t have any problems:
- Go to a www.ustream.tv.
- Look for the link to college football or American college football.
- Click the link and you’ll see a list of the games that are being played at the moment.
- Find the Ole Miss game and click the link.
Usually that’s how it goes with free live streaming. However, you might see a message saying the stream cannot be played because your player doesn’t have this codec or plugin. In that case you’ll need to download the codec first before you can watch Ole Miss football live.
Aside from those two websites, you can also visit www.neolive.net, where a lot of sports events are streamed live. The focus here is mainly on European sports, but there is also a link to ESPN2 and other American sports including college football. While these sites have different designs, the process is basically the same where you look for the link to the channel and click the Ole Miss game you want to watch. If the stream appears distorted, reload the page or go to one of the mirror sites that are provided.
Paid and Subscription Options
If you don’t mind paying to watch Ole Miss football videos you can go to Rebel Vision which is the official provider of Ole Miss Athletics. Aside from this, you can go to www.sec12.com and watch official Ole Miss football online, get the latest news and other content.
If you’re a subscriber to the SEC Network you can watch all Ole Miss games at here and you can get more information and videos here.
Ole Miss on Android and iOS
If you’re on the go, there’s no need to miss any of the games because you can download the Ole Miss app for the iOS or Android at www.olemisssports.com/wireless. Both apps are free to download and provide news updates, live stats and scores, photo galleries, scores and schedules. In addition, both apps have an alert system, integrated with Twitter, email and social media so you can share the information with your friends.
If you want live video and audio and not just Ole Miss football highlights, you have to pay $9.99 per year if you’re using Android or $19.99 per year or $4.99 monthly for iOS. You can also download WatchESPN to catch some Ole Miss football games, and the streaming video on the apps is very good.