What college football games are on ESPN Plus today? Week 10 schedule, subscription cost; is there a free trial?

Week 10 of the college football season has arrived and ESPN plus will be showing an array of small college, mid-major and some big-time non-conference football games live on ESPN Plus during the 2022 college football season. ESPN+ is ESPN’s à-la-carte, low-cost sports streaming platform and below you’ll find a look at every college football game available on the service this week.

What college football games are on ESPN+ in Week 10 on Saturday, November 5? (all times PT)

  • 9:00 AM Lehigh vs. Holy Cross
  • 9:00 AM Brown vs. Yale
  • 9:00 AM Norfolk State vs. North Carolina A&T
  • 9:30 AM Saint Francis (PA) vs. Georgetown
  • 10:00 AM Fordham vs. Bucknell
  • 10:00 AM Dayton vs. Presbyterian
  • 10:00 AM Kentucky State vs. Central State
  • 10:00 AM Dartmouth vs. Princeton
  • 10:00 AM Columbia vs. Harvard
  • 10:00 AM Kennesaw State vs. UT Martin
  • 10:00 AM North Dakota vs. Indiana State
  • 10:00 AM Pennsylvania vs. Cornell
  • 10:00 AM Benedict College vs. Allen University
  • 10:00 AM Lafayette vs. Colgate
  • 11:00 AM Marshall vs. Old Dominion
  • 11:00 AM South Florida vs. Temple
  • 11:00 AM Miles College (AL) vs. Tuskegee
  • 11:00 AM Chattanooga vs. The Citadel
  • 11:00 AM Clark Atlanta vs. Morehouse
  • 11:00 AM Fort Valley State vs. Albany State
  • 11:00 AM North Dakota State vs. Western Illinois
  • 11:00 AM Campbell vs. Bryant
  • 11:30 AM Lindenwood vs. Tennessee Tech
  • 12:00 PM Houston Christian vs. Incarnate Word
  • 12:00 PM Eastern Washington vs. Idaho
  • 12:00 PM Northwestern State vs. Texas A&M Commerce
  • 12:00 PM VMI vs. Samford
  • 12:00 PM Baylor vs. Oklahoma
  • 12:00 PM Middle Tennessee vs. Louisiana Tech
  • 12:00 PM Georgia State vs. Southern Miss
  • 12:00 PM Youngstown State vs. Illinois State
  • 12:00 PM Sacramento State vs. Weber State
  • 12:00 PM Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs. Grambling
  • 12:30 PM West Virginia vs. Iowa State
  • 1:00 PM South Alabama vs. Georgia Southern
  • 1:00 PM Montana State vs. Northern Arizona
  • 1:00 PM Florida International vs. North Texas
  • 2:00 PM Troy vs. Louisiana
  • 2:00 PM Austin Peay vs. North Alabama
  • 2:00 PM South Dakota State vs. Northern Iowa
  • 2:00 PM Central Arkansas vs. Eastern Kentucky
  • 2:00 PM Northern Colorado vs. Portland State
  • 4:00 PM Idaho State vs. UC Davis
  • 4:00 PM Jackson State vs. Texas Southern
  • 5:00 PM Southern Utah vs. Utah Tech
  • 5:00 PM Abilene Christian vs. Tarleton
  • 5:00 PM Cal Poly vs. Montana
  • 5:00 PM Eastern Illinois vs. McNeese

What is ESPN Plus?

Now, you may have questions about what the service is, what TV channel you can find it on, what it costs and what a subscription to ESPN+ includes. We hope this guide answers some of those questions for college football fans and gives readers a better idea of what the service offers viewers that is worth shelling out more hard-earned money on another streaming service subscription. Whether you’re a football fanatic looking to supplement your current local and national sports cable offerings, or just a casual fan that needs help watching that one game or event you can’t miss, ESPN+ has a ton to offer at a very fair price.

What is ESPN Plus and why should college football fans sign up?

ESPN Plus is a live sports streaming service available from ESPN, but it isn’t made available through your local cable provider. ESPN Plus is NOT a TV channel and is not available on cable and satellite packages from companies like Comcast/Xfinity, Verizon, Frontier and DirecTV. ESPN Plus is not included on those services because the service is a direct-to-consumer platform, which helps keep the cost low and available to everyone despite their location.

What games and teams will be available to watch on ESPN+ this season?

ESPN+ won’t have the biggest nationally broadcast games, but it will have a huge selection of college football games to watch from Thursday through Saturday each week during the 2022 college football season. ESPN Plus essentially broadcasts all games that aren’t big enough, or don’t make the list of ESPN’s main networks for broadcast. For example, there are tons of non-conference games this season featuring SEC and Big 12 teams like Auburn, Baylor, Kentucky and more. If you are a fan of a smaller team, programs like Harvard, Yale and other Ivy League schools are featured each week on the service. ESPN Plus also has the rights to broadcast several other mid-major college football leagues and teams. This includes teams from leagues like the America East, MEAC, Atlantic 10, Patriot League, Conference USA, the Sun Belt, SWAC, the MAC and so many more. If your team is a mid-major, there’s a good chance ESPN+ will be broadcasting their games.

While ESPN Plus does give you access to a vast selection of live games from pro and college sports, the service will not give you access to live sports and programs being broadcast live on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU, ESPN Classic and ESPN News. To watch those channels, you will still need cable, satellite or a live TV streaming service provider login.

What else comes with ESPN Plus access? What sports does it include?

ESPN Plus is great if you like watching a lot of live college sports, which includes smaller events like volleyball, gymnastics, basketball, soccer and more. But that’s not all they offer. What makes ESPN Plus so worth the affordable pricetag is that they offer so much outside of that. ESPN Plus offers weekly UFC and other mixed martial arts events as well as a bevy of professional soccer offerings including Italian Serie A league matches, German Bundesliga matches, English FA Cup games and other tournament matches as well as regular live streaming of Major League Soccer and Major League Baseball games, NHL hockey and a lot more. ESPN Plus is essentially an on demand sports streaming service that broadcasts live games and events from essentially everything ESPN can’t fit onto their regular channels due to schedule conflicts. ESPN Plus also has a growing list of original shows and programs that are exclusive to the ESPN+ platform like documentaries, athlete profiles, original shows and more.

A subscription to ESPN+ also gives you free access to ESPN Insider on the ESPN website, which includes exclusive content and stories that you wouldn’t get without that account.

How much does ESPN Plus cost?

ESPN Plus costs $9.99 a month (you can cancel at any time, so if you wanted to sign up to watch just one game or event, you’d only be charged for one month). You can also purchase the service at a slight discount if you buy a year-long subscription for $99.99. So, for under $10 you can try it out for a month and see if it works for you, or just wait until the platform has something you want to watch and give it a shot then.

Can I get ESPN Plus on my TV, or is it just on phones on computers?

ESPN Plus is not a TV channel, so you will have to access it through the ESPN app. If you have a smart TV that is hooked up to wifi, or connected to the internet with an ethernet cable, you should have no problem downloading the ESPN app. If you don’t have a smart TV, but do have a streaming device, you can get ESPN Plus by adding the app to any of the following streaming devices that you currently use to watch TV and movies:

  • Apple TV
  • Roku
  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Android TV
  • Xbox One or Xbox Series X
  • Playstation 4 or 5

You can also watch ESPN Plus by using the app on your desktop computer, or with your internet browser by visiting plus.espn.com.

Bottom line: Is ESPN Plus worth the money?

What makes ESPN Plus so attractive to cable subscribers and cord-cutters alike is the ease with which a customer can tailor the service to meet their needs. For example, If you are a college football fan who never tires of watching the game, you’ll have countless options to watch on college football Saturdays through the fall and can cancel the service once the season ends with no penalty. On the other hand, if you’re a soccer fan just looking to watch a particular game that is not available through your local provider, ESPN Plus often carries a lot of high-profile matches. If the match is available on the service, you can sign up for a month for under $10 to watch the game and still get access to the platform for the rest of the month until your login expires. Either way, you only had to pay $10 to watch your team play instead of having to go through the rigamarole of finding a bootleg live stream on some sketchy website rife with pesky popup ads.

If you are a mixed martial arts fan, ESPN+ is a must-have streaming service. With a subscription, you get access to every UFC Fight Night event, which are usually hosted weekly with rising stars of the MMA world facing off. For major UFC events, like Conor McGregor fights or division title belt fights, having an annual subscription ($99.99/year) gives you a discount on the pay-per-view cost of each event. Without a subscription, those events usually cost upwards of $85 to purchase. If you already have an ESPN+ subscription, you are able to purchase these big time pay-per-view UFC fight events at a discount, usually about $20 off the list price.

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