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How to stream Kentucky-Florida football game on the Internet



ACC Network launches as football season begins

ACC Network is here, promising to bring about 450 live ACC competitions each year.

ACC network is here, and promises to bring about 450 live ACC competitions each year.

Kentucky's home game against Florida scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday will be broadcast by ESPN. If you are a DirecTV, AT&T TV or U-verse subscriber, you may not be able to watch it.

Starting at Friday night, a "carriage fight" between AT&T – which owns all three of the aforementioned TV services – and Disney, the parent company that owns ABC, the ESPN network family and other networks – had not been resolved. The contract between the two parties was set to expire at noon Saturday, according to a report by Austin Cannon of the Des Moines Register.

The parties were supposed to continue the negotiations beyond the deadline.

If a new deal or extension is not reached, the Disney-owned network channels could be blacked out, possibly as soon as Saturday morning. That means anything but one of the 11 matches with the Southeastern Conference football team this weekend could be subject to a blackout; Alabama in South Carolina is broadcast nationally on CBS, the rest is on ESPN channels.

What options are available to you if you are looking for a legitimate broadcast alternative to watch Wildcats and Gators play? Here's an overview of some online streaming options that all offer access to ESPN.

HULU + Live TV

Cost: $ 44.99 / month (no contract)

Free trial available: Yes

Sports network available in Lexington: ACC Network , Big Ten Network, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews, ESPNU, Fox Sports Ohio, Fox Sports South, FS1, FS2, Golf Channel, NBC Sports Network, SEC Network

PlayStation VUE

Cost: $ 49.99 / month (no contract)

Free trial available: Yes

Sports networks available in Lexington: ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, NBC Sports Network; SEC network available as part of the "Core" package ($ 54.99 / month)

Sling

Cost: Varies ($ 15 first month for Sling Orange; $ 25 / month after first month ; no contract)

Free trial available: No

Sports networks available in Lexington (Sling Orange): ESPN, ESPN 2; SEC networks available as part of the Sports Extra package (additional $ 10 each month).

YouTube TV

What: Online Streaming Service

Cost: $ 49.99 / month (no contract)

Free Trial Available: Yes [19659006] Sports networks available in Lexington: ACC Network, Big Ten Network, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews, ESPNU, Fox Sports Ohio, Fox Sports South, FS1, FS2, Golf Channel, MLB Network, NBA TV, NBC Sports Network, SEC Network, Tennis Channel

Josh Moore is in his first year covering the University of Kentucky football team and reported for his fifth year for the Lexington Herald-Leader, where he has been hired since 2009. Moore, a Martin County native, graduated from the UK with a BA in Integrated Strategic Communication and English in 2013. He is a big fan of the NBA, Power Rangers and country music.


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