For fans of University of Georgia Football, watching a Georgia game live in the stadium is always a great experience. Even watching it on TV live is an excellent alternative. But there are always occasions when you can’t get to a TV in time. Fortunately, you can always go online to catch a UGA football live stream. You may have to do some bit of research, though, because online options can be very limited.
Free Online Options
The “free” online options depends on your Internet service provider. The new SEC Network is launching on August of 2014, and some high-speed Internet providers have already agreed to carry the SEC Network. These providers include AT&T U-verse, DISH, Google Fiber and NRTC.
Another option is to watch ESPN3 online, if they are featuring the Georgia Bulldogs live stream. You can also download the WatchESPN app and then watch the game on your mobile device. If the game is on ESPN3, then you only need an ISP that has ESPN3 broadcasts. But if it is on another ESPN channel, then you will have to certify that you have a subscription with a cable company that carries the ESPN network.
Finally, you can make use of the wiziwig.tv online platform. This website may offer sites which feature the Georgia Football live stream, and to watch UGA football online you will have to first download and install the proper P2P software. Each offered channel will indicate the proper software to install.
Of course, if you are a brave fellow you can always just search the Internet for information and see which websites will allow you to watch Georgia football online. Just be aware though, that these websites at best can be somewhat low quality. At worst, not only are the website fake, but it may even have malware.
Since CBS will feature SEC games as well, you may want to download the CBS app, which shows you CBS Sports online for a rather hefty $17.95 a month. Of course, this monthly fee covers all the other sports featured by CBS sports.
Unfortunately, there may be times when you can’t really watch Georgia football live. While you can always go to YouTube and find an upload of the game, you have better options if you want to watch a high-def broadcast of the game.
One way is to find a torrent of the game in question. Just “google” the UGA and the name of the opponent, and then look up the results. You’ll be offered a bunch of links in torrent sites. Just download the torrent on the page and make sure you have the torrent software on your computer. Then you can download the game from other users who already have the game on their hard disks.
Finally, you can go to various TV forums like wiziwig.tv and look up the links for downloading. These files are on file-hosting websites, and you just download them on your hard drive.