Five Great Places for Finding Football Games Online

Who needs a DVR? If you can’t find a way to watch every game on Saturdays during the college football season, or you just live in different region of the country than your team, odds are the game you missed can be found online.

YouTube Channels:

These three channels have been some of the best when it comes to uploading the games from the previous weekend, as well as classic games from several years before.

ESPN3.com

In case you didn’t know, ESPN streams most of its content online (with the exception of NFL games, because, you know, who wouldn’t want to watch that?). Unfortunately, if you’re not a cable subscriber, you won’t be granted access, but if you are, ESPN also keeps recordings of the games for about thirty days after they’ve aired in case you missed something.

NoonKick.com

I admit I’m late to the party on this one, but this is pretty much the best place to go when you’re looking for replays of games to watch and break down. It isn’t coaching film, but it’s filled with games that are uploaded from the past week, usually within 24-48 hours of the end of the game. The site has both college and NFL games.


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