Alumni, friends and fans of the Oklahoma Sooners are proud of their winning traditions. Oklahoma University is called OU for short. The team plays in the prestigious Big 12 Conference. Each year, the OU football team grows stronger, and the team usually posts a winning record. The team is known for its high-scoring games and its rushing and passing records.
In addition to its stellar football program, Oklahoma boasts a women’s gymnastics team that has won the NCAA national title. Each year, the Oklahoma women’s gymnastics team recruits the best athletes and joins the hunt for the national championship. This program is little in size but big in impact. Fans from across the country want to find a way to make sure they don’t miss the Sooner gymnastics team stick the landing at every meet.
OU sits in Norman, Oklahoma. The school is older than the State of Oklahoma itself. The school offers bachelors, masters, doctoral and professional programs. The school boasts that it recruits more National Merit Scholars to its campus than any other school. The school also boasts a high freshmen retention rate and a high graduation rate.
Sooners are undoubtedly proud to call themselves Sooners. With its rich history and ongoing winning traditions, a Saturday OU football game is a celebration of all that is good about Oklahoma University. Fans love to be a part of Sooner pride and success, whether it’s in the classroom, on the gridiron, or on the gymnastics floor.
For fans who want to take it all in, there are new ways to see the action without having to clean out their wallets. New streaming services are designed with OU fans in mind. Fans no longer have to miss the action when they can’t make it to Norman. Today, these services bring the action right to you, wherever you might be on game day.
Sling TV Has You Covered For Major of OU Games
Sling TV is a new technology that brings you the best in cable channels without a pesky long-term commitment. With the best channels you love and none of the channels you don’t, Sling TV is a streamlined service that offers affordable access to the best in Sooner sports. Entry level service gets you in on the ground floor with access to ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN3, all for only $20 per month.
Service at this level comes with access to the WatchESPN App. You can use the app to login from anywhere. If you’re at home, you can watch at home with any device that can use the app. If you’re away from home, you can log in anywhere you have an internet connection. Don’t mess with multiple logins, either. Sling TV knows that you want all of your information in one place, so they allow you to use the same login for the WatchESPN app that you use for your basic Sling TV service.
With multiple service options, you can also upgrade to one of Sling TV’s premium packages. A popular package for OU Sooner fans is the Sports Extra package. This package comes with even more of ESPN’s unparalleled programming such as ESPN News and ESPNU. The most spirited OU fans can scope out the competition with the Pac-12 Network at the SEC Network that come with the Sports Extra package.
There are other premium packages for every taste, including a Hollywood package that features access to Epix and other movies, modern and classic, for a small premium in addition to the basic service offerings. For the news fan, there is a news package that allows the subscriber to choose from fine news channel from around the world. You are never left without information again with Sling TV’s premium news package.
Sling TV offers basic service starting at $20 per month. Come and see what Sooner fans already know. This is an easy and affordable way to get modern television delivered right to you. There is no obligation and you can cancel at any time if you’re not completely satisfied.
Watch Live Oklahoma Games with PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now & Hulu
Another way that Oklahoma fans watch all of the biggest OU games is with PlayStation Vue. This is a streaming service that is similar to Sling TV in that it brings all of the action streamed straight to you through an internet connection. Fans can choose form the channels that they want to watch the most. Fans pay a monthly subscription fee and cancel if they don’t like their service.
PlayStation Vue offers basic packages and other options to customize channel choices. This ensures that an OU fan isn’t locked into paying for channels that they don’t use. The basic PlayStation Vue package is a bit pricey, costing at least $30 per month or more, depending on the location, but it’s still a deal compared to the cost and commitment of a cable subscription. Subscribers should also be aware that PlayStation Vue isn’t mobile friendly. The service works great on the home device, but there are restrictions that make it difficult to use the service while you’re away.
Catch the Oklahoma Sooners with an indoor Antenna
The biggest broadcast networks know that fans love to watch the OU Sooners on the gridiron. Because the big game always brings in big viewers, the biggest broadcast networks like ABC and FOX make it a priority to broadcast several Oklahoma games each year.
To watch these games, fans don’t need to sign up for service. Rather, they can get an over the air television antenna and pick up the game any time they are in the broadcast area of a local television station that’s airing the game. To make the television experience even better, fans can use a Tablo DVR to record the game and watch it at a more convenient time.
With so many ways to get in the game, Oklahoma fans don’t need to let cable get them down. Use Sling TV, DirecTV Now, Hulu or PlayStation Vue to choose just the stations you watch the most at a lower cost than paying the big bucks to get a cable package. And don’t forget to use a television antenna to tune into the biggest games for free. You can use a Tablo DVR to record the action and play it again and again.