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DISH offers a number of packages to give you the college football coverage you want, whether at home or on the road. Stay up to date on all things football thanks to DISH's great college football coverage.
College Football on DISH!
For sports lovers, fall means one thing: College Football. Whether you're an alum looking to catch the big rivalry game or a hard-core fan that wants to watch as much College Football as humanly possible every Saturday, DISH has amazing programming and next-level technology that allows you to enjoy the experience of watching College Football like never before.
Watch College Football with DISH Anywhere!
DISH subscribers can watch football games on their computer or mobile devices using DISH Anywhere. You can even watch other conference games from your pre-game party in the parking lot. And with FREE HD for Life, you'll catch all the action in high definition with features like multi-view that allow you to watch up to 4 live games at once!
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CUSA Football Fun Facts:
The CUSA Legacy
College football teams in the Conference USA (CUSA) represent universities in the Southeast and Southwest. Teams include Old Dominion, University of Alabama-Birmingham, Louisiana Tech, and Western Kentucky University.
The CUSA Conference has also been showcased on the big screen, with Marshall University in West Virginia as the subject of the film “We Are Marshall”. The film details Marshall’s football program in the wake of a 1970 plane crash that killed all 37 members of its football team and many coaches and staff. The movie takes its title from Marshall’s rallying cry.