How To Watch Oregon Football Games Online
If you tend to watch a lot of college football, than you may be a fan (or at least familiar) with the Oregon Ducks. Like any Oregon Ducks fan, you love seeing these guys play, but in this day and age, it can be hard to keep up with almost every game that they play. This is where those magical things known as the internet and online streaming come into play.
There are lots of options out there, but that also means that you’ll never have to miss out on another Oregon Ducks game again (especially when the USC Trojans come to town). With that in mind, here are some recommendations for where you can catch these games online.
(1) O-ZONE Video Stream:
The first recommendation comes directly from the official website of the Oregon Ducks. The O-Zone is essentially your source for all things relating to the team, such as live video broadcasts of games, press conferences, player interviews, and more.
If you missed a game, you can even get on-demand game replays that are archived for you viewing pleasure. You can get all this with a subscription and a recommended browser to use it on. Basically, just get yourself either a Firefox or Safari browser and you’re all set!
The second recommendation is fairly common but it’s a pretty good one to fall back on. WatchESPN is a premiere destination for all college football fans. Provided that your cable subscription contains ESPN, you have full-on access to watch any and all Oregon Ducks games on your laptop or on the WatchESPN app for your smartphone and tablet. Again, you will need to have ESPN in your cable package, but that’s really all you need.
These next few recommendations are for those who like to catch their games in another format: audio.
(3) O-ZONE Live Audio Stream:
The O-Zone also has a separate, audio-only subscription, ideal for those whose connections may not be fast enough for live video streaming. There is, however, a catch to doing that: you might get access to a slightly smaller pool of content, since O-Zone may only offer video broadcasts for some of the games.
(4) Free Football Radio:
There is also FreeFootballRadio, a website where you can listen to the radio-based affiliates of your favorite football team on internet broadcast. It is more or less a portal for internet radio than an actual radio destination, but it is a nice place to start if you’re wanting to find a number of radio stations that keep up with games that are specific to your favorite team.
(5) ESPN Radio:
The last and most obvious recommendation is also from ESPN. ESPN Radio is where it’s at in terms of 24/7 sports coverage. As of right now, you can get the ESPN Radio app in most digital stores. If you have an iPhone, you can listen to ESPN Radio on iTunes Radio.
Hopefully these websites cover all the necessary bases in order to get you started. As I’ve said at the top, you’ll never have to skip out on another game again, as a whole world of options now lie before you online.