Cotton Bowl 2014 live stream will be available for Missouri vs. Oklahoma State. TV game start time for the 2014 Cotton Bowl will be at 7:30 p.m. ET, with Fox providing the coverage for the game on Friday (Jan. 3). According to a report from ESPN on Friday morning, the current odds have the Oklahoma State Cowboys are 1 1/2 point favorites heading into the contest. The over/under for the game is set at 61.5 points, suggesting both teams will score at least 30 on the night.
The No. 8 Tigers come into this game with an 11-2 record and a near SEC title that could have had the team in a BCS game. This is still a very good match-up against No. 12 Oklahoma State, with the Cowboys posting a 10-2 record during the season. Both teams try to put up a lot of points, with the Tigers averaging 39.0 on the season and the Cowboys posting 39.8 a night. They both give up right around 20 points a night as well, showing something will have to give in this game.
One of the players to watch is Tigers quarterback James Franklin, who missed four games during the middle of the season that really hurt the team. He still finished with 2,255 passing yards and 19 touchdowns through the air. Senior Clint Chelf is at quarterback for the Cowboys, though he didn't have the job early in the season. Chelf did throw for 370 yards against Baylor on Nov. 23 in an important win for the team and he might need numbers like that to take down Mizzou.
The 2014 Cotton Bowl live stream coverage and TV game start time will both be at 7:30 p.m. ET, giving fans a chance to watch online for free. For television it will be on Fox and for the online streaming, fans can turn on the Fox Sports Go application. The Missouri vs. Oklahoma State bowl game is the only one that Fox will air this postseason.
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