The NCAA football live stream and TV bowl schedule brings the Music City Bowl 2013 early Monday afternoon on Dec. 30. It will be a battle between unranked teams hailing from the SEC and ACC as Ole Miss plays Georgia Tech. Both teams finished at 7-5 overall, but the Yellow Jackets had the stronger conference record at 5-3, while Ole Miss was the reverse. The latest of the televised and live streaming NCAA bowl games schedule comes to fans thanks to ESPN’s networks on Monday.
According to a Dec. 30 ESPN.com report, today’s game takes place at LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee, home of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Neither team finished above fourth in their respective divisions, with Tech finishing fourth in the ACC Coastal and Ole Miss finishing fifth in the SEC West, the division featuring both Alabama and Auburn. Ole Miss had an upset win over then-No.6 LSU on their resume this past season, but that’s about it, as they fell to every other ranked opponent.
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets had an impressive early season win at Duke on their resume, but not much else, as they lost to then-No.14 Miami (FL), then No. 8 Clemson, and most recently took Georgia to the limit in a double overtime game at home. Now they’ll attempt to wrap up a season that they hoped for more out of. To their credit, they are ranked fourth in the nation in rushing, averaging 311.7 per game on the ground. That’s about it for the impressive stats, although they are 23rd in scoring offense and 30th in their defense, holding teams to 22.7 per game.
Odds for today’s gave initially favored Mississippi, but only slightly, as the line opened at -1 1/2. Since then, the line has risen to 3 points in favor of the Rebels at various books. The over/under is set at about 57 points, depending on the sports book. Weather is expected to be mostly sunny, with a kickoff temperature close to 50. There will be a west wind blowing at 10 to 15 miles per hour.
Monday's 2013 Music City Bowl featuring Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech has a scheduled start time of 3:15 p.m. EST. This game will be televised for sports fans on ESPN through cable or satellite, with live streaming coverage also available. Select cable and satellite companies are associated with WatchESPN, the sports broadband network form ESPN, which is free for their customers. See more details here about how to watch today's NCAA football bowl game online.