WATCH: USC vs Alabama Live Stream College Football Game

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For many casual fans, the USC Trojans vs. Alabama Crimson Tide is the biggest college football game of the weekend. The game will air on ABC at 8:00 P.M. EST and will take place at a somewhat neutral site of AT&T Stadium in Dallas, TX. That being said, it’s in the South and we know that ‘Bama fans love to travel, so it’s probably going to be a home game for the Crimson Tide.

As of now, Vegas has the Crimson tide as 9- or 10-point favorites against the Trojans, which seems to be a number that I’m feeling pretty good about. I wouldn’t bet the game either way in terms of the spread, but I might bet the under. This game feels like it could get out of control pretty quickly, leading to some desperate USC moves and some stellar Alabama interceptions.

We’ll be watching this game closely, though, that’s for sure. Check out how to live stream the game below.

USC vs Alabama Viewing Details

Date: Saturday, September 3rd
Time: 8:00 P.M. EST
TV Channel: ABC
Home Team: Alabama Crimson Tide
Visiting Team: USC Trojans
Location: AT&T Stadium, Dallas, TX

How to Watch USC vs Alabama Live Stream Online

USC vs Alabama will be aired on ABC, meaning that you’ll be able to watch the game on your computer via WatchESPN.com. On one hand, this is awesome because ESPN’s live streams are top notch, but the potential bad news is that you’ll need a cable subscription log-in to access the content.

If you don’t have a log-in of your own, though, feel free to ask your friends and family if you can borrow theirs.

How to Watch USC vs Alabama Live Stream On Mobile

Like we said before, there’s good and bad news with the fact that USC vs Alabama will be airing on ABC. It’s great because their WatchESPN is the best on the market for live streaming games, it’s bad because you’ll need a cable subscription to access it.

But if you’re a fan of “cutting the cable” and are living without a cable subscription of your own, you should be familiar with the practice of asking your friends and family to borrow theirs.

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