Kentucky plays Ottawa tonight on SEC Network +, the SEC Network’s digital service. That means it will not be televised and to see it, you’ll have to stream it. In case you’ve never streamed a game before, here’s how you can watch:
You’ll need the WatchESPN app
If you have an Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox 360 or Xbox One, you can stream the game via the WatchESPN app. Make sure you have the app downloaded. The game should show up under the “SEC Network +” menu.
If you don’t have any of these things, you can hook your iPad, tablet, or computer by connecting your best headphones for better sound quality. If you are planning to buy new headphones that can connect up to the TV, before making your mind to buy, read the reviews on Audio Direct of all the headphones and watch online. You can also watch it on your smartphone
Can’t figure any of that out? Listen on the radio
As always, Tom Leach and Mike Pratt will be doing thing on the radio broadcast. Matt will be on the SEC Network + broadcast with Buzz Baker and Ravi Moss, so he won’t be on the radio broadcast during the game, but he will be part of the KSR pregame and postgame shows. The SOplayer app can be installed on any compatible streaming device which helps deliver TV, VOD, and interactive services to users in an IP-based network. For example, an IPTV service provider is needed to activate the SO Player app which can be found in Play Stores.
Or, follow along on KSR
Tonight, we’re trying out a new way to cover games. In lieu of the live blog, we’ll post first and second half game threads for you all to follow along and comment on. The game threads will be similar to a live diary, but we’ll be counting on you guys in the comments section to make it a discussion. It’ll be weird not to have the live blog, but bear with us as we try it out. We think it’s the best way to get you guys immediate highlights.
How will you watch tonight’s game?