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Deion Sanders & Colorado Buffaloes Score Big Ratings for College Football — How to Watch Colorado vs. UCLA for Free

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Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes have officially landed in Southern California for what could be another ratings victory for college sports. Colorado made the list of most-watched college football games of 2023, according to a post on Sanders’ Instagram account on Friday (Oct. 27).

Colorado will face off against the UCLA Bruins on Saturday. The game will air live at 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT on ABC.

Want to watch UCLA vs. Colorado live? Click here to get tickets to see the game in person. Tickets are affordably priced at approximately $155.

Read on for ways to watch and stream the game for free.

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Colorado Buffaloes vs. UCLA Bruins: Time, Date & How to Watch

UCLA will host Colorado at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., on Saturday. The game is scheduled to air live at 7:30 p.m. ET on ABC.

You can access local channels with a digital antenna but if you want to watch ESPN and other cable channels, subscribe to a streamer such as DirecTV Stream or Fubo.

Besides a free trial for up to a week, DirecTV Stream and Fubo both offer at least 75 channels for under $75 and DVR (use ExpressVPN to stream internationally).

With Hulu+ Live TV, you can access 90+ channels including ABC, ESPN and the Hulu streaming library. The platform does not offer a free trial but you can subscribe for $77/month.

If you’re a fan of college football, the weekend is the perfect time to indulge in as many games as you can. More than 30 college football games are scheduled for Saturday airing on ABC, ESPN, CBS, Fox, NBC, FS1, FS2, SEC Network and other channels. Some games will also be available to stream live on ESPN+.

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UCLA vs. Colorado is expected to be another must-watch game. Last month, Sanders and the Buffaloes helped ESPN score a record 9.3 million viewers, per SB Nation. The matchup between Colorado and the Colorado State Rams became ESPN’s fifth most-watched college football game on record and its most-streamed regular season game.

Celebs like Offset, Lil Wayne, The Rock and Master P were on hand to watch Colorado beat Colorado State 43-35 in double overtime. According to ESPN, the late-night game peaked with 11.1 million viewers from 11-11:15 p.m. ET.

The football game is now ESPN’s most-watched late primetime game ever, and ESPN and ABC’s fourth best regular season game in six years.

Sanders took over as head coach at Colorado after leaving Jackson State last year. Two of his sons, Shedeur and Shilo, play for Colorado. Football fans can watch the former NFL player’s final year with Jackson State in the Prime Video series Coach Prime.

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