The top two regular season SEC Conference Men’s basketball teams meet in today’s Championship Final when the #4 Alabama Crimson Tide face the #18 Texas A&M Aggies. TAMU are the underdogs when their game gets started at 1 pm ET / 10 am PT on the ESPN cable channel.
Find out how to watch Texas A&M and Alabama SEC Tournament Championship basketball online free without cable by utilizing a trusted official live streaming service.
How to Watch Texas A&M vs Alabama Basketball Final
You can stream the Alabama and TAMU basketball game live for free by enrolling in a Fubo TV 7-day free trial. ESPN is included in the base “Pro” package free trial along with 140 other channels so you’ll be good to go once enrolled.
Fubo TV offers three days of auto recording in case you miss something live. It also provides 30 hours of Cloud DVR service so you can record any missed program or sporting event to watch later.
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Hulu with Live TV
Another way to watch the Alabama and Texas A&M SEC Tournament Final college basketball game online without cable is to try out Hulu with Live TV. Hulu’s Live TV channel selection includes ACC Network, SEC Network, ESPN2, ESPN, ABC and many other sports channels.
With Hulu w/Live TV you’ll get 50 hours of cloud DVR storage to keep your favorite programming around for repeat viewing. That’s in addition to Hulu’s vast library of accessible content and originals.
Cable or Satellite
Satellite and cable subscribers can visit the Watch ESPN website or mobile app and use their provider login credentials to access the ESPN live stream for today’s TAMU and Alabama SEC Tournament Final basketball game on any mobile device or computer.