Alabama vs. West Virginia live stream coverage will be made available at game start time on Saturday (Aug. 30). The Alabama vs. West Virginia game is still a hot ticket for Week 1 of the college football season, even if the prediction for the game is very one-sided. According to a report from ESPN on Saturday, all the experts feel that the Alabama Crimson Tide will easily win this game. Currently the game odds have the Crimson Tide as 26-point favorites in a match-up with an over/under of just 54.
Alabama comes into this game as the No. 2 ranked team in the country, but there is still a huge mystery about who the starting quarterback will be at game time. Head coach Nick Saban has kept that under wraps so far, employing an interesting tactic to keep the opposing defensive coaches guessing. Either Jake Coker or Blake Sims could get the call in the first quarter, but it’s also highly possible that both guys will see action in the opening game. Replacing AJ McCarron is a tough task and might just be a two man job.
The Alabama vs. West Virginia live stream coverage will be available through the Watch ESPN application. Game time is 3:30 p.m. ET and the broadcast will also air on ABC from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. In the final 2013 SEC standings, Alabama finished tied with the Auburn Tigers, but lost the head-to-head game that kept them out of the championship. Now they return as the No. 2 team in the country. West Virginia was 4-8 and way out of contention in the Big 12. Now the Mountaineers have upset on the mind.