Watch Sun Bowl 2019 Online Without Cable – Florida vs Arizona State Live Stream

By Gabriela Vatu / December 31, 2019

The Sun Bowl is nearly here, everyone! Those who are eager to watch the college football bowl game online this year will be happy to know we're here to help you out!

The Sun Bowl has been played since 1935 in El Paso, Texas. It's the second-oldest bowl game in the country, behind the Rose Bowl, sharing the second spot with the Sugar Bowl and the Orange Bowl.

For the past couple of years, the game has been sponsored by Kellogg's and it's now known as Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl, borrowing the name from the famous mascot for the Frosted Flakes cereals we all love.

When and Where to Watch the Sun Bowl?

The 86th Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl is scheduled for Tuesday, December 31st and the game will kick off at 2 PM. It is expected the whole broadcast will end around 6 PM, so make sure to clear your schedule. The game will be broadcast by CBS, so you have plenty of options to watch it all online.

Who's Playing the Sun Bowl?

The Sun Bowl is going to be played by Florida State and Arizona State. Florida State has reached the Sun Bowl before, back in 1955 and 1966 and lost both times, while Arizona State has participated a total of six times, winning four of the games (1940, 1997, 2004, 2014). Their most recent participation was back in 2017 and they lost to NC State.

How Can I Live Stream the Sun Bowl?

In recent years, there's been an influx of live TV platforms and streaming services to help those seeking to watch content online. The Sun Bowl is broadcast by CBS so you can enjoy it over a wide range of services, starting with CBS All Access, the network's own streaming platform. CBS All Access offers two subscription options - Limited Commercials and Commercial Free. For Limited Commercials, you'll pay $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year, while Commercial-Free costs $9.99 per month or $9.99 per year. Both enable subscribers to enjoy a live stream and tons of CBS content on-demand. Start your 7-day free trial on CBS All Access!

The service works on a wide range of devices, including Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TVs, Roku, as well as iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and others. (Note: CBS All Access only works in the United States, so if you want to access it when traveling outside of the country, you're going to need a VPN. Click here to learn what you need to do.)

Here’s what you need to do to start your 7-day free trial on CBS All Access:

Other Ways to Watch the Sun Bowl

fuboTV - One of the options you have to watch the Sun Bowl is to go for fuboTV. This is a single-bundle platform where you'll find CBS in the main bundle. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV now! If you want more content, they offer a selection of channel packs and premium networks you can add to your account.

Hulu - You'll also find CBS over on Hulu, which is another single-bundle service with a ton of channels. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu today! There are a couple of channel packs available to add here, as well as several premium networks, such as HBO or Showtime. When you subscribe to Hulu's live TV, you can also enjoy the on-demand content, which is pretty awesome.

Amazon Prime - If you're a Prime user, or thinking of becoming one, then CBS All Access is one of the channels you can add to your subscription so you can manage them all in the same place. Start your 30-day free trial on Amazon Prime!

How Can I Watch the Sun Bowl When Traveling Outside of the United States?

If you happen to be traveling for New Year's Eve, then we have some sad news for you - you can't access the live TV platforms and streaming services you do back home. This happens because they have signed licensing deals and can't allow broadcasts beyond US borders, as those are sold separately. Of course, this can be quite annoying, but it's something that you can fix rather easily with the help of a VPN that can change your IP address so you appear to be back in the US.

We can recommend you use ExpressVPN, which is one of the top VPNs on the market, with thousands of servers across the world and tight security and privacy features that will keep your data safe.

Here's how you can use ExpressVPN to bypass the geoblockade and enjoy the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl:

Can I Watch the Sun Bowl Live on the CBS Website?

Unfortunately, that's not an option if you're hoping to reach a live stream as you do with other networks that have one on their websites. That's because the live stream from the CBS website has disappeared completely and this feature is only available for CBS All Access subscribers, which is quite annoying. Nonetheless, there's not much you can do about it other than subscribe to CBS All Access or one of the other live TV services we mentioned.

Can I Watch the Sun Bowl With a TV Antenna?

You sure can! CBS is a channel that continues to broadcast over the air so you can enjoy it with the help of a TV antenna, including the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl. TV antennas are cheap to purchase and you can enjoy a lot of networks with them. The best part is that you can watch them for free.

Before you buy yourself a TV antenna, we do think you should look into a site such as NoCable so you can check whether or not CBS is even an option for you, depending on your location. Besides seeing if CBS made your list, you can also check what other networks are available nearby and how far the broadcast stations are from your home, so you'll know what range you need your device to have. Also, check the devices above in case they have the right features for your household.

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