The fans of Oklahoma University football had plenty to cheer about in 2013, after they posted a 10-2 record and beating the mighty Alabama Crimson Tide in the Sugar Bowl. They’re part of the Big 12 Conference, and you can watch Oklahoma Football online free if you are a cable subscriber which carries both Fox Sports and ESPN. An Oklahoma game may also be televised by ABC and CBS.
Official Online Broadcasts
Where you can get the game online will depend on which TV channel will be showing the game. Unfortunately, the schedules are kind of fluid, so you need to be updated regarding this info.
- If the game is on Fox Sports, you need to visit FOX Sports Go. You can then sign in with your TV provider to watch the Sooner online. You can download the Fox Sports Go mobile app which is so far only available on iTunes.
- If the Sooner game is on ABC, you can watch the game live on the ABC Network website by just clicking on the “Watch Live” tab. You can also download the mobile app, which is available for iOS, Android, Kindle, and the Windows 8 OS.
- The game may be featured on ESPN. If so, you can download the WatchESPN mobile app or just watch live on the ESPN website.
- If the game is being televised by CBS Sports, you can subscribe to CBS ULive and then download the CBS Sports app.
Extra Offerings by the OU Official Website
While the official OU website may offer OU football highlights, a paid subscription can get you a lot of content that any Sooners fan will want. Some games not shown on TV may be shown, and a “second screen” OU football live stream is available for all OU football games. You can get OU football Radio and audio broadcasts of other sports and you can also access full game archives for all Sooner sports, including football.
Unofficial Online Viewing
An amateur may just Google for any website which shows the game live online, but this can be a somewhat unsettling experience. The possibility of malware from these bogus websites are great, and often what you see is not more than a small blurred image often best by buffering pauses.
Instead, you can head on out to wiziwig.tv. Just search for the game (type in University of Oklahoma and the name of the opponent), and the site will list down the available channels which are featuring the game. To download the stream, you will first have to install the right P2P program, but at least the website offer links to all the programs you will possibly need.
The site also offers a sports forum where other members post download links for a completed game. The links will enable you watch a replay in full HD. In addition, you can also Google for torrent links to the game, which you can download from seeders with a torrent program.