It is January 1, 2014, and the NCAA football bowl season is well under way. One of today's biggest college football bowl games is Michigan State vs. Stanford in the Rose Bowl at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, CA. Many people already tuned in for the Rose Bowl Parade earlier today, and are now waiting to watch the game. The Rose Bowl will be live on TV, and if you are unable to watch, you can catch a Rose Bowl live stream video on your computer or mobile devices, according to a Jan. 1 SB Nation report.
The 2014 Rose Bowl is the 100th edition of the famous college football game. In this exciting matchup, Stanford is a 3.5 point favorite, which points to the likelihood of an exciting game of college football. The Stanford Cardinal with their star Tyler Gaffney are looking for back-to-back Rose Bowl wins this evening in The Granddaddy of them All. However, Michigan State is hoping for an upset win to cap off an incredibly successful season for the Spartans. Perhaps they will be able to win if Michigan State's Darqueze Dennard can stop Gaffney's extraordinary offense.
You can catch the Rose Bowl 2014 on TV starting at 5 p.m. EST on ESPN. If you are unable to watch TV at 5 p.m. this evening, there is also a live stream video available at WatchESPN, so you can catch the game on your computer, smart phone, or tablet device. Many people enjoy spending New Year's Day watching college football, and tonight's Rose Bowl featuring the number four and number five college football teams will provide a fun experience for NCAA football fans, and after that, there is the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl to catch.