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TV Channels Airing Texas A&M Aggies Football Games this Season

ChannelGamesLatest Game (EST)Watch LinkWebsiteLinks
ESPN4
11/28
7:00PM
vs
LSU
Watch on ESPNespn.com
SECN2
10/31
7:30PM
vs
Arkansas
Watch SEC Networksecsports.com
CBS1
10/03
3:30PM
@
Alabama
Watch CBScbs.com

Watch Aggies Football

The Aggies are newcomers to the SEC, joining the conference in 2012. The change brought about new TV and streaming broadcast partnerships. All games from Kyle Field now air on a combination of ESPN networks, including SEC Network, and CBS.

ESPN and CBS can also air A&M away games, but so can FOX Sports, NBC or other regional or conference-specific networks. All depends on their opponent's network deals; hosting team's media contracts determine which network airs or streams any given game.

For games not televised, SEC+ live streams all A&M home games (while the same is true as just stated for away game streams - the digital-only platform is determined by the opponent's media rights agreements).

Given that the Aggies are one of the most popular teams in the country, expect most all their games every season to make it onto national TV, or at the least, a prominent live stream.

Watch Texas A&M on TV live today by selecting between all the best cable, internet TV and satellite TV plans on the market. And stream Aggies games online with your mobile phone, tablet, streaming box, smart TV or computer - this guide includes links and info for everything you need. Plus ways to watch local channels for free and a complete and current Aggies schedule. 

A&M on CBS and ESPN

CBS and ESPN share media rights to SEC football home games. CBS airs just one SEC game every Saturday afternoon, but they get first choice from all SEC games each week. CBS typically chooses the most high profile game, and Aggies football is known to make it onto this channel a time or two each season.

ESPN is responsible for airing a bulk of the rest of the SEC home games. They accomplish this by making use of all their channels - their main ESPN station, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU and ESPNews. Any A&M game ESPN airs will most likely broadcast on ESPN or ESPN2, their main channels, as the Aggies draw a large national audience.

Watch Aggies on CBS
CBS is an over-the-air TV channel. This translates to free for you, provided you purchase a digital antenna, hook that antenna up to a digital television and that you live close enough to a CBS tower to receive the signal. If you live in a more rural area, or would rather cable, most every basic cable plan on the market includes CBS in their local channel lineup.

Stream Aggies on CBS
You have a few options for streaming an Aggies game on CBS. You can subscribe to CBS All Access as a standalone service for $5.99/month, or use your cable credentials and login to CBS Live TV, CBS All Access, or the CBS Sports mobile app and stream games live online or on-the-go at no additional cost. 

The CBS Sports app is available on the Apple, Google Play and Microsoft app stores. And the All Access and Live TV apps are available for all Android and Apple smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon firetv, LG, Vizio and Samsung smart TVs, Playstation and XBox consoles, Roku players and Xfinity streaming boxes.

Watch A&M on ESPN
You'll need a cable package to watch ESPN channels. Most basic cable plans or higher include ESPN and ESPN2, and stepping up one tier higher also lands you - ESPN3, ESPNU and ESPNews. Links detail all plans from all carriers carrying each ESPN option.

Stream A&M on ESPN
Every game airing on any ESPN channel streams live from the WatchESPN website and ESPN app. Login required. App is available on Android and Apple smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Amazon firetv, Google Chromecast, Roku players, Samsung smart TVs, kindle fire, androidtv, Oculus devices, and Playstation and Xbox consoles.

Aggies on SEC Network

SEC Network is a cable channel whose sole purpose is to bring as much SEC sports to your TV and streaming devices as they can, with a primary focus on football and then basketball games.

Since the Aggies joined the SEC in 2012, the SEC Network has made it a point to air at least one or two A&M games every season, sometimes more, depending on how the conference's year is playing out and what ESPN's lineup looks like any given weekend.

Since the SEC Network is owned and run by ESPN, they work together to determine which SEC games air where, after CBS makes their singular weekly selection.

Watch Aggies on SECN
The SEC Network is available on more cable, internet TV and satellite TV plans and packages than any other conference-specific network. Lots of options. And not only do you get to watch Aggies games on this channel, but also games featuring most every other SEC team throughout the season and into the bowl season. 

Stream SEC Network
Given that ESPN owns SEC Network, they also handle all the streaming. SEC Network is bundled into the WatchESPN website and ESPN app. Gain access to the live stream after logging in with your cable username and password.

SEC+ For Free
If you subscribe to a cable package that includes SEC Network, you also get access to SEC+ at no additional cost. 

SEC+ is a streaming-only companion to SECN. This digital network live streams SEC games that don't make it onto national television. And SEC+ streams from the same ESPN app and WatchESPN website that every ESPN channel, including SECN does. 

ESPN's streaming site and app have sections within their services, which separate streams based on the channel, so you'll be able to see a section within the app or website just for SEC+ games. 

Texas A&M Team Links

If you call yourself a 12th Man, you must bookmark and regularly visit the official Texas A&M Aggies Football site. No better place to stay fully current on all things Aggie football, including rosters, interviews, scores, highlights, shopping for the latest gear and game day info for Kyle Field. Gig 'em.

Aggies Mobile Apps
The team's mobile apps offer much the same experience, with an added emphasis on social media interaction. Choose between the iOS and Google Play 12th Man Mobile variants. Free to download and quite helpful for game day planning.

Texas A&M Aggies Football Games This Week (EST)

11/28
7:00PM
Sat
vs
ESPN

Texas A&M Aggies Football Upcoming Games (EST)

12/5
TBD
Sat
12/12
TBD
Sat

TV Providers that carry the next Texas A&M Aggies Football game (on ESPN)

TV Service Provider# PlansLowest# ChansHighest# Chans
Sling TV2$30.0028$45.0055
Spectrum TV3$44.99146$89.99284
Vidgo2$45.0070$55.0081
Hulu Live TV1$54.9974
AT&T TV Now7$55.0049$183.00181
AT&T TV5$59.9974$129.99184
Xfinity3$59.99182$104.99215
Dish Network4$59.99115$94.99201
YouTube TV1$64.9997
DirecTV5$64.99113$134.99266
FuboTV3$64.9998$84.99161
Cox1$69.99138
Verizon Fios2$70.00175$90.00264
TVision Home1$90.00166

TV Providers that carry all Texas A&M Aggies Football game TV Channels for 2020 (ESPN, SECN & CBS)

TV Service Provider# PlansLowest# ChansHighest# Chans
Spectrum TV3$44.99146$89.99284
Hulu Live TV1$54.9974
Xfinity2$59.99182$104.99215
AT&T TV4$64.99133$129.99184
YouTube TV1$64.9997
FuboTV3$64.9998$84.99161
DirecTV4$69.99178$134.99266
Verizon Fios2$70.00175$90.00264
Dish Network3$74.99135$94.99201
AT&T TV Now5$80.00112$183.00181
TVision Home1$90.00166

Texas A&M Aggies Football Previous Games (EST)

11/7
7:00PM
Sat
ESPN
10/31
7:30PM
Sat
SECN
10/17
4:00PM
Sat
ESPN
10/10
12:00PM
Sat
ESPN
10/3
3:30PM
Sat
CBS
9/26
7:30PM
Sat
SECN

TV Channels that aired 2019 Texas A&M Aggies Football games

ChannelGamesLatest Game (EST)Watch LinkWebsiteLinks
ESPN2
12/27
6:45PM
vs
Oklahoma State
Watch ESPNespn.com
CBS3
11/23
3:30PM
@
Georgia
Watch CBScbs.com
SECN5
11/16
7:30PM
vs
South Carolina
Watch SEC Networksecsports.com
ESPNU1
9/14
7:00PM
vs
Lamar
Watch ESPNU
ABC1
9/07
3:30PM
@
Clemson
Watch ABCabc.go.com

Texas A&M Aggies Football 2019 Season Schedule (EST)

12/27
6:45PM
Fri
ESPN
11/30
7:00PM
Sat
ESPN
11/23
3:30PM
Sat
CBS
11/16
7:30PM
Sat
SECN
11/2
12:00PM
Sat
SECN
10/26
12:00PM
Sat
SECN
10/19
7:30PM
Sat
SECN
10/12
3:30PM
Sat
CBS
9/28
TBD
Sat
9/21
3:30PM
Sat
CBS
9/14
7:00PM
Sat
ESPNU
9/7
3:30PM
Sat
ABC
8/29
8:30PM
Thu
SECN