This time of year we have the College Football Bowl games, so we ran through a few apps that will help you follow your favorite collegiate football team. Keep up-to-date on all of the games – some offer pregame and postgame shows, breaking news, and notifications. There are a few apps that are nothing but college football, and a couple that will allow you to follow all sports, and we threw in one game type app as well. There are many terrific college apps designed specifically for only one team – for instance, if you followed the Tennessee Volunteers, there are three dozen apps for simply tracking that particular team.
10. NCAA Football Live Scores
NCAA Football Live Scores is a simple app for keeping track of your favorite college football scores with an update every minute and just recently updated for My Teams and live game comments. Nothing too fancy (that is why it is number 10), but the developer promises more updates and features coming. GRAB IT HERE on Google Play.
9. College Football Radio
College Football Radio is different in that you can stream live audio of your favorite Division I college football teams – the app only provides live radio AND live scores. You can view schedules and also listen to the app in the background while using other apps. GRAB IT HERE on Google Play.
8. College Football Radio & Scores
College Football Radio & Scores is a little more advanced and polished than the last app – with more teams and stations available for listening to live scores and highlights. No matter where you are you can take your team with you – just click on your team and you are ready to catch up and if your favorite team is not listed, just email the developers and they will try and add them. GRAB IT HERE on Google Play.
7. theScore: Sports & Scores
theScore: Sports & Scores is a full-fledged app that will track all sports, but NCAA college teams can also be tracked – live scores, stats, and breaking news alerts, with box scores, betting odds, game previews, and game recaps. If you install the widgets, you can see all of the scores right on your home screen. It is compatible with Android 4.2+ devices. GRAB IT HERE on Google Play.
6. ACC Football Challenge
ACC Football Challenge is touted as “the world’s first college gaming app.” Choose your favorite school and compete online in a “thrilling multiplayer football challenge,” where you can actually win prizes like a VIP trip to the ACC Championship game. Compete against rival teams and then watch the ACC Network broadcasts to see what schools emerge victorious. GRAB IT HERE on Google Play.
TS-NCAAF is a newer app that has only a few downloads, but almost 400 Google+ and a rating of 4.6 out of 5.0. This app will allow you to keep up-to-date on your team schedule, roster, rank, history, with live score updates, complete with links to social network. This is an unofficial NCAA app, is simple and easy to use, and does not overwhelm you with data. GRAB IT HERE on Google Play.
4. Sporting News NCAAF Football
Sporting News NCAA Football is like a mini version of ESPN Sports Center, offering information on your favorite college teams, including standings, team news, scores, the AP Polls and standings, and Twitter news. GRAB IT HERE on Google Play.
3. 365Scores: Sports Scores & News
365Scores: Sports Scores & News allows the user to create their own “Sports Channel” including all scores, standings, sports news, highlights, and tweets – All in ONE PLACE. This app can be used for more than just college football, but it is a well-liked app with almost 42,000 reviews and a 4.7 out of 5.0 rating and over 14,200 Google+ likes. It includes fast-push notifications and watch video five minutes after it happens. GRAB IT HERE on Google Play.
2. College Football Scoreboard
College Football Scoreboard will give you up to the minute NCAA football scores, schedules, and all the latest news stories. It covers the American, ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, Conference USA, Mountain West, PAC-12, and SEC, plus the Top 25 schools. You can see what the AP & BCS Polls and all Conference Standings. It also includes scores, schedules and news from several other conferences, but they are not in real time. When you tap on any game, you can share scores via Twitter, Email, or Facebook. GRAB IT HERE on Google Play.
1. ESPN College Football
When it comes to sports, it is spelled, ESPN…and their ESPN College Football App is the one that most college football fans will be sporting on their device. You can follow the nation’s top stories and watch in-progress highlights of those big plays while they happen. Get breaking news and scoring alerts for your favorite teams, and you can even customize your scoreboards. This app will allow you to track all 124 FBS schools. GRAB IT HERE on Google Play.
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