The Badgers are trying to improve on its 9-4 showing in 2013, and as a fan of University of Wisconsin football you are expected to cheer on the Badgers all the way. While Camp Randall Stadium tickets may not always be easy to get, at least there’s cable. And if that’s not available, you can still watch Wisconsin football online.
If you are a true Badgers fan, then you must already have a cable service which has both the Big Ten Network and ESPN. With that, you can then get the Wisconsin football live stream on your desktop PC or laptop by logging to the Big Ten Network Live. You can also conveniently watch Wisconsin football live streaming by downloading the BTN2Go mobile app for free. It’s available from either iTunes or the Google Play store. With it, you can watch Wisconsin football live from anywhere in the world.
You can also get the Wisconsin game live from the ESPN Network website, where you can download the WatchESPN mobile app for free. All you’ll need to do is to provide proof that you are a cable subscriber with a provider that carries ESPN, and you’re fine. If you’re not, then you better pray the game is on ESPN3, because then you can watch the game because most Internet providers carry ESPN3.
You may watch some of the Wisconsin football highlights from the Badgers Football official website. You can also download Mobile UW, the official app of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. You can get it for free from the AppStore or from Google Play.
If you have the budget, then you have extra options even if you don’t have a cable subscription. If you are outside the US and Canada, then you can subscribe to BTN2Go International. You can download the BTN2Go International Mobile Apps from either the Google Play store or iTunes as part of your subscription.
CBS Sports Live may also show the Badgers on their channel, and to avail the digital version you’ll have to CBS Sports app for a fee.
While you may think that getting a live stream online is just a matter of Googling for it, it’s not quite that easy. You see, the fact of the matter is that most of the sites you may find aren’t exactly high-quality, so the stream you receive may be very unclear and slow. And that’s if you’re lucky—if not then malware can be a problem.
But there are reputable free options, such as wiziwig.tv. This site offers channels through which you can get the streams for the Badgers game, but first you will have to download and install special P2P programs to receive the stream. The site offers the links to the programs you’ll need.
You can also download an HD video of the game once it is done. The wiziwig.tv sports forum has links for you to download from file-hosting websites. You can also check Google for torrent links, once you first install uTorrent.