Fans of University of Utah Football may not have had a lot to cheer about in 2013 thanks to a 2-7 record in conference play, but there’s always hope that things can always get better this year. The Rice-Eccles Stadium only holds 45 thousand seats, so cable is your best bet—just get a cable provider which carries the Pac-12 network, Fox Sports, and ESPN.
Official Digital Broadcasts of Televised Games
Once you have a cable subscription that has the channels showing Pac-12 Conference games, then it is very easy to watch Utah football online.
- On the Pac-12 website, the game may be shown on the University of Utah channel. If it’s not on that, then it may be on a different channel—just look around the site for info. You can just click on the “sign in” button using your cable subscription.
You can also get complete access on your mobile by downloading the Pac-12 Now mobile apps. You can then get the game and other programming on your mobile.
- Some games are available on ESPN. To watch Utah football live online, you can go to the ESPN website and log in using your cable subscription. From there, you can also download the WatchESPN mobile app to watch the game on your mobile device.
- Fox Sports also televise college football games, and to get their Utah football live stream through FOX Sports Go. You can also download the Fox Sports Go mobile app available on iTunes.
- If the game is on CBS Sports, you can get a subscription for digital content and then download the CBS Sports mobile app they offer.
The official Utes football website is also a treasure trove of digital content, and here you can get all the latest news and highlights. Through the links they provide, they can get you the digital content you need.
Unofficial Online Broadcasts
One of the more popular ways to Watch Utah Football live stream broadcasts is to log on to wiziwig.tv. The website allows you search and locate channels that offer the Utes game you want to watch. The results of the search will also contain the appropriate P2P program you need, but the website also offers links to all the programs you will require to watch the game online. Since these things can take some time, the channels will be available 5 hours before kickoff so you can get everything up and running.
The wiziwi.tv website also offers a sports forum where members can post links to the game so you can download it when it’s over. Often, the video is in HD, and sometimes this is a better alternative than settling for the blurred broadcasts from other less reputable websites which may also contain malware.
For replays, another popular alternative (especially among college kids) is to just Google for torrents. You will need a torrent program for this, but the download should be very quick and easy.