While other sports may be the national pastime, college football is a truly American passion. (If only because we’re the only country that plays American football. But I digress.) Millions of fans gather in campus stadiums on Saturdays each fall to root on their school and their team. Even more fans tune in on gameday and gamenights to watch the best teams in college football compete for glory and a shot at a national championship. You no longer need to pay sky high monthly bills just to be a part of the action. It’s time for a deep dive into how to watch college football without cable. When we discuss college football here, we specifically mean the 130 teams of the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, or FBS. These teams take part in the highest level of college competition, and are the only ones eligible for the College Football Playoff created in 2014. FBS College Football kicks off the 2019 schedule on Saturday, August 24. Week 1 features several games that every big college football fan is sure to want to see. Thursday night, No. 1 Clemson is hosting Georgia Tech on the ACC Network at 8 p.m. Eastern, and No. 14 Utah is facing in state rival BYU on ESPN at ...