How to Watch the 2020 Sugar Bowl Online – Live Stream Georgia vs Baylor!

By Gabriela Vatu / January 1, 2020

The Sugar Bowl is coming in close and we can't wait to see who takes home the title. We're watching the Sugar Bowl online. Will you?

The Sugar Bowl was first played back in 1935 and it's one of the second-oldest bowl games in the United States, alongside the Orange Bowl and Sun Bowl. The crown is taken, of course, by the Rose Bowl Game.

Over the years, the Bowl has changed location quite a few times, with the first four decades spent over at the Tulane Stadium in New Orleans. Nowadays the game is played on the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in the same city.

When and Where to Watch the Sugar Bowl?

The Sugar Bowl is being held on January 1st this coming year, and you get to watch the match over on ESPN. The game is scheduled to start at 7:45 PM.

Who's Playing the Sugar Bowl?

This year, the Sugar Bowl is disputed by the Baylor Bears and the Georgia Bulldogs. This is the second time the Baylor Bears play the Sugar Bowl, having won their previous encounter. The Georgia Bulldogs, on the other hand, played the Sugar Bowls ten other times, making this one their eleventh presence. They also managed to win the game on multiple occasions - four, to be more exact.

How Can I Live Stream the Sugar Bowl?

We all love watching content online because it's so much easier to simply pick it out and tap a button to get things going, pausing whenever we see fit, taking our devices with us as we travel through our homes. Well, watching TV online is the next logical step because we now have the platforms and the Internet speeds needed to have a wonderful experience. When it comes to watching ESPN online, one of the best options out there is going for Hulu, which is a simple platform that has a lot to give. Start your Hulu 7-day free trial now!

Even though there's a single bundle of channels available on Hulu - one in which you'll find ESPN - you can add extra content by picking any of the available channel packs and premium networks. There are Hulu apps for most of your devices, including Apple TV, Fire TV, Android TV, Xbox, Chromecast, iOS and Android phones and tablets, and more. (Note: Hulu is a service that works in the United States and you won't be able to access it without a bit of help when traveling abroad. Click here to learn how you can use a VPN to access the blocked content.)

Here's how you can start your 7-day free trial on Hulu today:

Other Ways to Watch the Sugar Bowl

Sling TV - One cool platform you can try out is Sling TV, which is highly customization. You will find that there are three bundles available, but ESPN channels are only present in the Orange and Orange + Blue ones. Besides the different channel combinations and the price gap, the two bundles also differ in the sense that Orange subscribers can watch content on a single device at a time, while Orange + Blue subscribers can watch on up to four devices simultaneously. Start your Sling TV subscription by saving 40% off the first month on the platform! There are a ton of channel packs you can add, including a Sports Extra ($10/mo) where you'll find more ESPN networks, as well as plenty of premium networks.

YouTube TV - We also have YouTube TV on the list, as it carries ESPN among the networks. This service features a single bundle of channels that includes the networks you need to watch the Sugar Bowl. There are no channel packs to enhance your experience here, but there are a few premium networks you can get. Plus, YouTube TV subscribers can record as many shows as they want as they have unlimited cloud DVR storage space. There are also three simultaneous streams supported for all accounts.

How Can I Watch the Sugar Bowl Outside of the United States?

While watching TV online is pretty awesome, there are some issues for those looking to consume the same content even when they're traveling. You see, live TV platforms and streaming services are geoblocked because the companies have signed licensing deals so they can't broadcast content beyond US borders. This can be quite annoying, especially since it's directly tied to your IP address which gives off your location. Thankfully, this also means that you can fix the problem in under a minute with the help of a VPN that can spoof your IP address.

We think the best option for this is ExpressVPN, which is a tool that has thousands of servers across the world and tight security and privacy features to help you out.

Here's how you can use ExpressVPN to watch the Sugar Bowl if you're traveling outside of the United States:

Can I Watch the Sugar Bowl on the Network Website?

ESPN is a channel that has a pretty complex website where you will find a live stream if you need it. In fact, there are multiple live streams from the many networks under the ESPN emblem. The only problem is that they don't live stream all the content from either of these, so you'll have to check them out and see if the Sugar Bowl becomes available at the time of airing.

In order to access the live stream, you will need to log in to an account by using credentials from your TV provider, which can be a live TV service or a cable company, if you have yet to cut the cord. ESPN+, ESPN's own streaming platform is also an option, but they do not have the exclusive rights for the game. (Note: The ESPN live streams and the apps are geoblocked, so if you want to access them from abroad, you'll need a VPN for the job. Click here to learn what you need to do.)

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