On Friday's NCAA football 2013 live stream and televised games schedule will be a potential preview of the Mountain West championship game. The Boise State Broncos will visit the Fresno State Bulldogs at Bulldog Stadium, with each team already achieving two wins. However, only Boise has picked up a win in conference play, so Fresno State will look to earn their first. The game will be live streaming online and televised thanks to ESPN on Friday.
An SBNation.com report from Sept. 20 indicates that Fresno State is currently the No.25 team in the USA Today Coaches Poll, and are a few spots away from being in the AP Top 25 as well. Boise State is receiving "a handful of votes" for the polls, so a win tonight would go a long way for them. However, it's important to note that Boise State is 11-2 all-time against Fresno State in their matchups.
Entering this contest, Boise is led by quarterback Joe Southwick's 673 yards passing and 6 touchdowns on 69-of-94 completions. Matt Miller has been his top reciver, with a total of 188 yards on 21 receptions, along with a touchdown. Jay Ajayi has led the rushing attack with almost 300 yards on the ground on 55 carries, as well as six touchdowns. The team has gone 2-1 so far this season, losing their first game at Washington 38-6 before bouncing back for wins against Tennessee-Martin 63-14 and Air Force 42-20.
For the Bulldogs, Derek Carr has been the starting quarterback and has 661 yards on 74-of-104 completed passes, along with 8 touchdowns. Davante Adams (179 yards, 3 TD's) and Isaiah Burse (161 yards, 1 TD) have been his top receivers so far, while Josh Quezada and Marteze Waller have combined for about 172 yards on the ground for the rushing attack. Fresno State is currently 2-0 after defeating Rutgers 52-51 in OT and Cal Poly 41-25. They had a game against Colorado postpond last week.
Fresno is the favorite tonight by four points according to many odds makers. The over/under is currently set at a combined 66 points for the two teams in this game. The weather is expected to dip down to the upper 60's during the game.
Friday night's NCAA football game has a scheduled starting time of 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Game coverage will be televised on cable or satellite TV's through ESPN in standard and hi-definition. In addition, the game will be available for select customers for live stream online viewing through the WatchESPN broadband sports network. See more details here for how to watch tonight's game online.