Hawaii Football Will Stream Games To The Mainland, For Free
After a year hiatus, Hawaii football fans can stream games through the Mountain West app.
Late night football just got better
After a year of having to rely on not-so-legal viewing options for Hawaii football home games for those living on the mainland, a change has been made to allow for free streaming of games to those outside of Hawaii through the Mountain West app.
Ferd Lewis of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser relayed the great news to football insomniacs everywhere. Those who do live in Hawaii will still need to order any of these six games via pay-per-view.
The games that are streaming are produced by Spectrum PPV; so for example, the season finale where Hawaii hosts BYU will air on CBS Sports Network and will not be streamed via the Mountain West app.
This is more than great news for those fans of Hawaii who live stateside or those on the East Coast who want more football at midnight local time. This is a great move to get the Hawaii brand out there to the masses.
Hawaii is coming off a 7-7 with a bowl victory over Middle Tennessee State which was the Warriors first bowl game since 2010 and its first post season victory since 2006.
The expectations for the Warriors football team are increasing as they were projected by the media to finish second behind San Diego State in the West Division and multiple outlets predict that Hawaii will be going bowling for the second-straight year which is something the Warriors have not done since the 2007-08 seasons.
Stock up on your favorite energy drink and get ready for the fall to enjoy an extra three-plus hour block of college football.
The only thing that could top this for Hawaii football is if they brought back their rainbow uniforms full-time.
The games that will be featured on the mainland on the Mountain West app are below:
|Sept. 2||Western Carolina||6 p.m. HT|
|Sept. 30||Colorado State||6 p.m. HT|
|Oct. 14||San Jose State||6 p.m. HT|
|Nov. 4||@ UNLV||12 p.m. HT|
|Nov. 11||Fresno State||6 p.m. HT|
|Nov. 18||@ Utah State||TBA|
As for the opener at UMass, it will be a free game for those with Spectrum in Hawaii and if you want to watch this game and are on the mainland it looks to be available through the sports package on your pay TV provider.