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How to watch the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl live online

LSU head coach Ed Orgeron said he isn't sure if running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire will play in the College Football Playoff semifinal against Oklahoma.


Kahron Spearman


Posted on Dec 28, 2019   Updated on May 19, 2021, 7:22 pm CDT

For the first semifinal in the College Football Playoff, No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners (12-1) travel to Atlanta as Big 12 champions to take on No. 1 LSU Tigers (13-0) in an afternoon matchup at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

The numbers and tape say it all. If you’ve watched any game with either team, it’s easy to see a high-level offensive explosion. Heisman Trophy–winner quarterback Joe Burrow leads LSU, which ranks third in the country (FBS) in scoring (47.8) and first in yards (554.3). Oklahoma, captained by dual-threat quarterback Jalen Hurts, sits just behind his opponent, with per-game averages of 43.2 points and 554.2 yards.

Fireworks will come early and often. However, the game might be about who is and isn’t available.

On Thursday’s media day, LSU head coach Ed Orgeron said All-SEC first-team running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (1,290 yards with 16 touchdowns) hasn’t yet practiced this week. He remains questionable with a hamstring injury.

“Clyde has not practiced yet,” Orgeron told ESPN. “He ran a little bit [on Wednesday] straight ahead. Medically, I hope he’s cleared today to practice. I don’t know if he will. I think he may try something today, I’m not sure. I think it’s going to be a game-time situation.

“Knowing Clyde, if he can play, he’s going to try. Do I want him to play? Yes. Do I expect him to try to play? Yes. How much he can play, I don’t know.”

Here’s how to watch Oklahoma vs. LSU in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl

  • Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
  • Date: Dec. 28, 4pm ET
  • Streaming: ESPN

How to stream Oklahoma vs. LSU live: Watch the Peach Bowl

The following services offer a one-week trial.

1) Sling TV

Sling offers a ton of live sports. Sling TV provides two base channel package options, each priced at $30 per month. Sling Orange includes three ESPN channels, while Sling Blue includes sports channels like NFL Network, NBCSN, and local channels. If you’re Team “Why Not Both,” Sling Orange + Blue combines the two for just $45 per month. Sports Extra: Sling Blue ($10 per month) also includes NFL RedZone.

Other features include a Free Cloud DVR tier for all subscribers (allowing 10 hours of recording a month), the ability to record all live linear channels, and no VOD preemption on any channels. New subscribers get $10 off the first month.


How to use AirTV with Sling

AirTV solves one of Sling’s biggest problems: The inability to receive all of your local channels. By purchasing a basic AirTV for $79.99 or the AirTV Player for $119.99, you can merge those local channels into your Sling TV, (or on your mobile device if you have the basic AirTV). As the Daily Dot wrote in its AirTV review, “It’s practically magic.”

The basic AirTV is a dual-tuner streaming device, while the AirTV Player is basically an upgraded Chromecast that has Netflix preinstalled. You’ll still need to own an HD antenna because even though AirTV gets you access to your local channels, it doesn’t actually physically show them to you.

But AirTV—which has no monthly fee—serves to strengthen one of Sling’s biggest weaknesses compared to other live streaming services like Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, and PlayStation Vue. All those services have plenty of local channels. While select NFL and college football games (on Fox, FS1, and FS2) are no longer on Sling, you can still catch Fox games with AirTV.


2) Hulu with Live TV

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Hulu with Live TV

Hulu with Live TV includes sports programming among its offerings, including ESPN and FS1, and as a subscriber to the service, you’ll get free access to Hulu’s sizable on-demand library. (Check out the full list of Hulu Live TV channels.)


3) YouTube TV

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YouTube TV

YouTube TV is a great option for college football: Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS, FS1, FS2, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN News, and ESPNU are all here and offer a nearly 360 programming platter of action. (Take a look at the full list of YouTube TV channels here.)


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: Why it matters

With Clyde Edwards-Helaire not likely to get much action, expect LSU to go with a committee approach to include redshirt freshman Chris Curry, Joe Burrow, and true freshmen Tyrion Davis-Price and John Emery Jr.

Oklahoma has its own significant issues with starting defensive end Ronnie Perkins suspended for the game and starting safety Delarrin Turner-Yell out for the season after breaking a collarbone in practice. Turner-Yell’s 75 total tackles rank second on the team. Oklahoma’s 33rd-ranked run defense (FBS) allowed 132.08 yards per game.

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*First Published: Dec 28, 2019, 7:00 am CST