How to Watch Cal v. Notre Dame Football: Live Stream and TV Channel
How to watch the Cal v. Notre Dame college football game without cable
The undefeated California Golden Bears (2-0) will look to add insult to injury to the winless Notre Dame Fighting Irish’s (0-2) disappointing season start this weekend.
All eyes will be on Golden Bear running back Jaydn Ott and Fighting Irish quarterback Drew Pyne.
Golden Bears fans will hope Ott can make a statement on a national stage. The first-year back has been named back-to-back Pac-12 Freshman of the Week and is the top first-year rusher in the conference. In two games, he’s put up 156 yards on 17 rushing attempts, a touchdown, and 42 receiving yards on five catches.
Notre Dame quarterback Drew Pyne will make his first career start on Saturday. The previous starter Tyler Buchner suffered a season-ending injury last week in the upset defeat against the Marshall Thundering Herd.
The California Golden Bears are 10.5-point underdogs against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, according to an aggregation of U.S. sportsbooks’ odds by VegasInsider.com on Thursday. The over/under for Cal v. Notre Dame is 40.5 points.
Here’s how to watch the Cal v. Notre Dame college football game on Sept. 17, 2022.
How to watch Cal v. Notre Dame college football
When: Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022
Kick-Off Time: 11:30 a.m. Pacific
Where: Notre Dame Stadium in Notre Dame, Ind.
Radio: KGO 810 AM, SiriusXM channel 132 or 197, SiriusXM app 959, The Varsity App
How to watch Cal v. Notre Dame college football without cable
The Cal v. Notre Dame college football game will air on NBC, as is the case for most Notre Dame college football games.
College football fans can stream NBC on the Peacock app and on PeacockTV.com.
Write for California will also have a live fan stream for the Cal v. Notre Dame college football game. Follow along on Saturday, Sept. 17, in our live game threads.
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Another option for the cableless.. If you haven't tried before, try getting an HD antenna. I get the major basic cable networks (plus a couple more) in great quality for free over air. Might not work as well in your location, but worth a try, and you can always return the antenna if it doesnt work.
I also get Sling during football season for p12 and cable networks, but if a game is on a main network I still opt for the antenna broadcast because there's no annoying ~10-20 second delay and thus I'm not reading any spoilers if partaking in the chats and posting wikipedia links to complement any idea or reference that I make.