February 1, 2023

The 2022 Quick Lane Bowl is taking place live from Ford Field in Detroit, MI. Where you’ll see the New Mexico State Aggies (6-6) taking on the Bowling Green Falcons (6-6). With both teams finishing the season at 6-6, this is expected to be a tight game, with Vegas currently picking Bowling Green to be favored by 3.5 points.

The winner of this bowl game is going to get a check for $2 million, so it’s not one of the bigger bowl games, but that is still a nice check for a smaller school like New Mexico State or Bowling Green.

Watch the 2022 Quick Lane Bowl

Here’s everything you need to know about watching the 2022 Quick Lane Bowl.

  • When: Monday, December 26, 2022 at 2:30PM EST
  • TV: ESPN

So since the Quick Lane Bowl is on ESPN, that means that you can watch it on any streaming service that has ESPN. So here’s your best options.

Sling TV

Sling TV is probably the cheapest way to watch the bowl, if you’re looking to stream. It’s currently $40 per month for Sling Blue, which has ESPN included. However you can get your first month for half off. You’ll also be able to DVR the game, with 50 hours of DVR included here. Sling TV also offers 3 device streams with the Orange package.

You can sign up for Sling TV here. It no longer offers a free trial, instead it knocks 50% off of your first month.

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Sling TV

FuboTV

FuboTV is a bit more expensive, but it is also the best streaming service for sports. That’s because it does offer a ton of sports channels. And that includes ESPN, as well as some of its other channels like ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNEWS and ESPNU.

FuboTV does have a free trial, which is about a week long. After that, you’ll be paying $69.99 per month for its Pro plan. Or up to $99 per month for its Ultimate plan. You can sign up for FuboTV by clicking here.

FuboTV

Hulu + Live TV

Like some of the others here, Hulu + Live TV does also offer up ESPN. So you’ll be able to watch the game, as well as DVR it with unlimited DVR available on Hulu + Live TV. It starts at $69.99 per month, but that does include the Disney bundle, which includes Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+.

You can sign up for Hulu + live TV by clicking here.

Hulu + Live TV

YouTube TV

YouTube TV is definitely our favorite streaming service, and a big reason for that is the unlimited cloud DVR. So you could record every bowl game, and not worry about storage at all. You can also share it with up to five family members. Which gives them their own library, recommendations and more.

YouTube TV is similar in price to FuboTV and Hulu + Live TV, but a bit cheaper at $65. But it might seem like a much better price due to that unlimited cloud DVR that’s included here.

YouTube TV