The NCAA college football 2013 schedule has kicked off, and No. 13 Oklahoma State vs. Mississippi State will kick off at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas on Saturday, Aug. 31, according to an Aug. 30 SB Nation report. The season opener for both teams will be available on TV and via live stream video online for those who are unable to watch on TV for whatever reason.
The Oklahoma State vs. Mississippi State season opening football game time is at 3:30 EST. The game will air live on ABC and ESPN 2. For the Oklahoma State vs. Mississippi State live stream viewers who have a satellite or cable provider can login to ESPN 3 and watch the game online.
The OSU Cowboys go into the game as the favorite, but there is always the possibility of an upset as Kansas State learned on Friday night when North Dakota State beat them 24 to 21 in the first season opener loss under Bill Self since the early 1980s. No doubt OSU does not want to feel that sting tomorrow in Houston, and they very likely paid attention to that game as a reminder to play hard in their opener especially against a team like Mississippi State.
OSU is looking to make a run for the 2013 Big 12 title, so a strong showing in Saturday's season opening game would go a long way toward making that goal a viable reality. Plus, Mississippi State is in the SEC, so beating them would also legitimize the Cowboy's run for the 2013 Big 12 title. Plus, losing to a mid-level SEC team really isn't an option for the Pokes.
Will you be watching on TV, or via the live stream video coverage of OSU vs. Miss. State?