Sugar Bowl 2014 live stream is available for Alabama vs. Oklahoma. TV game start time for the 2014 Sugar Bowl will be at 8:30 p.m. ET, with ESPN providing the coverage for the game on Thursday (Jan. 2). According to a report from ESPN on Thursday morning, the current odds have the Alabama Crimson Tide as 16 1/2 point favorites heading into the contest. The over/under for the game is at 51.5 points, showing the oddsmakers don't think the Oklahoma Sooners will score much.
This isn't the game that the Crimson Tide had hoped to play in, but a loss to Auburn in the SEC title game sent them down to it. Now the No. 3 ranked team in the nation might be ready to take out those frustrations on the Sooners. AJ McCarron leads the way and has passed for 2,676 yards and 26 touchdowns so far this season. He has also thrown only five interceptions, showing his ability to take care of the ball. The Sooners will rely heavily on the running game, with T.J. Yeldon as the main weapon. He had 1,163 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns on the season.
When it comes to team performances, the Crimson Tide averaged 38.8 points per game while allowing only 11.3 a contest. Oklahoma scores 31.8 while giving up 21.3. There aren't a lot of ways that the teams match-up well, which is why the odds are so much in favor of Alabama coming away with the victory.
The 2014 Sugar Bowl live stream coverage and TV game start time will both be at 8:30 p.m. ET, giving fans a chance to watch online for free. For television it will be on ESPN and for the online streaming, fans can turn on the Watch ESPN application. The Alabama vs. Oklahoma game is the only bowl game scheduled for Jan. 2.
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