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Myrtle Beach Bowl is back for another exciting match-up! This will mark the fourth edition of the NCAA bowl game (first launching in 2020) and will feature Georgia Southern vs. Ohio. The game will kick off on Saturday (Dec. 16) at 11 a.m. ET on ESPN and ESPN+.
The 2023 Myrtle Beach Bowl will take place live at the Brooks Stadium on Coastal Carolina University’s campus in Conway, SC. For those of you able to score some travel deals to watch the game in person, you can still find tickets to the postseason college football game through the Bowl’s sponsor TicketSmarter from $39+. If they’re sold out, you may still be able to score tickets through Ticketmaster, GameTime, StubHub, Vivid Seats and Seat Geek (score $10 off your first Seat Geek purchase of $250+ with the code BILLBOARD10).
If you can’t make it to watch the game live this year, you can livestream it through ESPN or ESPN+. Keep reading to learn the streaming options available below.
How to Watch Myrtle Beach Bowl: Georgia Southern vs. Ohio
The 2023 Myrtle Beach Bowl will see Georgia Southern vs. Ohio face off at 11 a.m. ET on Saturday (Dec. 16). Cable users can tune in to ESPN to watch the game live — just check with your cable provider’s channel guide to find the exact channel. If you don’t have cable, you might be able to watch the game through an HD antenna like this one here from Amazon.
You can also watch the game through ESPN+ as well as more sporting content. While the streaming platform doesn’t offer a free trial, it is one of the more affordable options on the market with plans starting at $10.99/month or you can save over 15% off with an annual plan for $109.99/year. Click here or the button below to get ESPN+.
A membership won’t just give you access to the Georgia South vs. Ohio game, you’ll also be able to watch all the content within ESPN+ such as live games in other sports, exclusive on-demand videos, content from what was formerly known as ESPN Insider. Plus, ESPN+ has original shows to stream on-demand like game recaps and analyses hosted by Peyton Manning, a shorter version of NFL Primetime and full replays of historic NFL games.
If you want to save money and expand your content offerings, you can bundle ESPN+ with Hulu and Disney+ to triple the amount of programs you can watch. Plus, if you bundle with Hulu + Live TV, you’ll get access to the ESPN channel, Hulu library and more. Hulu and Hulu + Live TV also both come with 30 day free trials.
Another way to save money is to take advantage of free trials and promos through live TV streamers including FuboTV, SlingTV and DirecTV Stream, which all come with up to seven day free trials and the ESPN channel.
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