Liberty Bowl 2013 live stream will be available for Rice vs. Mississippi State. TV game start time for the 2013 Liberty Bowl is 4 p.m. ET on ESPN and the streaming will begin at the same time. According to a report from ESPN on Tuesday morning (Dec. 31), the current odds for this game have the Mississippi State Bulldogs as seven point favorites. That shows the respect for the SEC, as the team went just 6-6 this season, but is getting more respect than the Conference USA champion Rice Owls.
Charles Ross of Rice is a player to watch in this game, as he has 1,252 rushing yards on the season. As a team the Owls average 240.2 rushing yards, ranking them No. 16 in the nation. That's how they will approach this game, especially since the Bulldogs give up an average of 151.1 yards on the ground every game. That could be the recipe for more than 300 yards by the Owls.
Quarterback Dak Prescott leads the Bulldogs in passing yards and rushing yards on the season. He has passed for 1,657 yards and seven touchdowns and has run for 751 yards and 11 more touchdowns. He will look to help the 6-6 Bulldogs finish the season with a record better than .500. Meanwhile, the 10-3 Rice Owls are looking to win an 11th game for the first time in school history.
The 2013 Liberty Bowl live stream coverage and TV game start time will both be at 4 p.m. ET, giving fans free access on multiple formats. It will be through the Watch ESPN application that users can enjoy the game on the internet.
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