Sunday's NCAA football 2013 live stream and TV schedule will feature one more of the top-ranked teams in all of college football. The season will open for Ohio and Louisville, with the Cardinals starting their campaign ranked No. 9 overall. The latest live streaming college football matchup will be available for fans on TV or online thanks to ESPN's networks.
According to an ESPN.com report on Sep. 1, Louisville will enter this season ranked higher than they have been in the team's history. They were also predicted as the team to win the American Athletic Conference, which was formerly the Big East. Louisville has won this conference the past two seasons, and will look to make it a third. Standing in their way to start the season will be the Ohio Bobcats, who upset Penn State in a season-opening game last year.
Louisville will head to the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2014, so this will be their last season with the newly-named AAC. They'll face multiple opponents whom the league just added including Houston, Central Florida and Temple, all of whom weren't necessarily on their schedule last season. It will be a good test before they head to the even more talented ACC. Coach Charlie Strong said of his Cardinals group this season.
"I'd probably say it's the most focused team I've had because it's also a much older team. They understand that they really have to work now because the level of expectations has risen. They want to set the standard for the program and know how to manage those expectations."
In 2012, the Ohio Bobcats finished with a respectable record of 9-4 overall, although they were 4-4 in the MAC, which was good for third place behind Kent State and Bowling Green. However, their final game of the season was an impressive Independence Bowl victory 45-14 over Louisiana-Monroe. They will certainly be looking to carry some of that momentum today into another possible upset to start the season.
Today's Ohio vs. Louisville college football game has a start time of 3:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Televised coverage of the game is available on cable or satellite via ESPN. For those with access to the WatchESPN channel, live streaming coverage will be provided online for free. Check out WatchESPN here for more info on how to watch the NCAA game online.