Syracuse University football’s first game at the newly renovated Carrier Dome will not be on cable TV in the New York market this weekend.
The game would normally be broadcast on YES Network, but due to a scheduling conflict with the Yankees game at noon on Saturday, Sept. 26 (9/26/2020), the broadcast of SU-Georgia Tech is being delayed until midnight on Sunday.
You can still watch the game live at noon. It will be available on Fox Sports GO, Fox Sports GO apps, ACC Network Extra and ESPN apps with a cable provider or streaming service (fuboTV, Sling, Hulu + Live TV) login that carries the YES Network or ACC Network.
If that all made perfect sense to you, pick your website or app, login and enjoy the game. If not, we’ve got you covered. Just follow the guide below.
And don’t forget, out of market, the game is being broadcast on ACC Regional Sports Network affiliates (full list), and there is no conflicting programming. This only applies to viewers in New York State.
Step 1: Do you have cable TV or a live TV streaming service?
Yes? Go to step 2.
No? Sign up for a free trial of a TV streaming service like fuboTV (7 days free then $59.99/month), Sling Orange + Sports Extra (3 days free then $40/month), Hulu + Live TV (7 days free then $54.99/month) or YouTube TV (7 days free then $64.99/month).
These services can be used just like a cable TV login to access Fox Sports GO or ACCN Extra and watch the game. Now go to step 2.
Step 2: Which app/website can you use?
If you have cable TV: Does it include YES Network (most do)? Use the Fox Sports GO website or Fox Sports GO apps to login with your cable provider and view the game.
Does it include the ACC Network? Use ESPN.com/watch or ESPN apps to login with your cable provider and view the game.
Does it get both networks? Use either website (or associated apps).
Check your TV’s guide or these channel listings for the most common providers in the area to see which channel you get: Verizon Fios, AT&T TV, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish.
Go to step 3.
If you are using a streaming service: fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, Sling Orange + Sports Extra and YouTube TV all include the ACC Network, so you can log in with any of those services as your TV provider on ESPN.com/watch or ESPN apps to view the game.
You cannot watch the game directly on your streaming service website or app. You can only use it to login and watch on Fox Sports GO or ESPN.
Go to step 3.
Step 3: What device can I watch on?
If you want to watch on a smart TV, mobile phone or other app-ready device, use this list to see which devices are compatible with which apps. Then, navigate to your device’s app store and download either the Fox Sports GO or ESPN app.
- iOS (ESPN, Fox Sports GO)
- Android (ESPN, Fox Sports GO)
- Amazon Fire TV (ESPN, Fox Sports GO)
- Kindle Fire (ESPN, Fox Sports GO)
- Apple TV (ESPN, Fox Sports GO)
- Android TV (ESPN, Fox Sports GO)
- Chromecast (ESPN, Fox Sports GO)
- Roku (ESPN, Fox Sports GO)
- XBox (ESPN, Fox Sports GO)
- Oculus (ESPN, Fox Sports VR)
- Samsung Smart TV (ESPN)
- PlayStation (ESPN)
Go to step 4.
Step 4: Where’s the game?
Once you’re in the app or on the website, it’s just a matter of finding the right stream.
In the ESPN App/site: Navigate to “Watch,” then scroll down until you find the different available channels. Scroll right until you find ACCNX. Select it, then scroll right until you find Syracuse vs. Georgia Tech.
If you don’t see the game listed, make sure you are logged into the app with your cable/streaming TV provider. Look for an option to manage your TV provider.
In the Fox Sports GO App/site: Just scroll until you find the game, select it, and login with your cable/streaming TV provider.
If you don’t see the game listed, try logging into the app with your cable/streaming TV provider first. Look for the “TV Sign In” or “Sign In” options.
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