West Virginia vs Syracuse Live Stream Online TV

It feels like Christmas is extended a few more days, as we’re finally in the middle of Bowl Week for the Syracuse Orange. The No. 17 ‘Cuse squad will take on the No. 15 West Virginia Mountaineers in the Camping World Bowl on Friday, renewing a rivalry with the former Big East and Eastern Independent foes. These are two evenly matched teams, so what should we be watching to tilt the scales? The former was answered pretty readily when we found out Grier was sitting this bowl out; a Miami Hurricanes transfer, the 4* QB hasn’t played much since arriving in Morgantown. But he’s built to be an NFL Pro-Style QB who’s good enough to be offered and transfer to D-1 schools. As for the later? I’d opt to say no, but that doesn’t mean Allison lacks talent. He knows WVU’s system well at this point, and should have a full playbook. Expect to see short passes early to set up his confidence, something I’m sure Brian Ward is expecting and should attack.

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Teams: No. 17 Syracuse Orange (9-3, 6-2) vs. No. 15 West Virginia Mountaineers (8-3, 6-3)

Date & Time: Friday, December 28, 5:15 p.m. ET

First Meeting: Before they began to meet on an annual basis in 1955, the two programs took the eventual rivalry for a trial run in 1945. Syracuse shut out the hapless ‘Eers, 12-0 at Archbold Stadium. It was the lone win on the season for the Orangemen, while West Virginia was 2-6-1. #West_Virginia_vs_Syracuse

Last Meeting: Syracuse stomped WVU, 38-14 in the 2012 Pinstripe Bowl. After leaving the Big East, the Mountaineers began their first season in the Big 12 just outside of the top 10, rising to No. 5 after two top-25 wins in the first five games of the year. But they’d lose five straight after the 5-0 opening, before winning the last two and setting up a battle of 7-5 former rivals in the Bronx. The Orange, who struggled to start the season, finished firing on all cylinders and fresh off a tie for the Big East conference title.
SU got off to a slower start in snowy Yankee stadium, but still led 12-7 at the half. They’d score 23 in the third quarter and the Orange defense suffocated Geno Smith & Co. from there — just as they had the previous two seasons against Dana Holgorsen’s club.

Head Coaches: SU: Dino Babers (3rd year, 17-19); West Virginia: Dana Holgorsen (8th year, 61-40) Go Live Sports / Sports Space

Coach Bio: “Holgo” played at Iowa Western in the early 90s, before moving on to coaching at Valdosta State from 1993-95. After additional stints at Mississippi College and Wingate, Mike Leach (whom he’d worked with at Valdosta) brought him aboard at Texas Tech. Holgorsen coached wide receivers from 2000-04, then held the co-offensive coordinator gig from 2005-07. He spent two seasons as OC at Houston, then another one at Oklahoma State, before taking over the West Virginia gig in 2011.
Since arriving in Morgantown, he’s picked up two top-25 finishes and two 10-win seasons (2011, 2016). His high-scoring Mountaineers were the team that scored 70 on Clemson in the Orange Bowl, leading to the Tigers hiring Brent Venables as their defensive coordinator. So if you ever wanted to know who to blame for Clemson’s current reign of terror over the ACC, might want to look Holgo’s way. #WestVirginiavsSyracuse
No mention of Holgo can avoid his numerous drinking-related incidents or his devout consumption of Red Bull. He’s quite the character.

Purdue vs Auburn Live Watch Online NCAAF

Purdue: The second season under Jeff Brohm was a whirlwind. The Boilermakers started 0-3 with those losses coming by a combined eight points. From there, Purdue reeled off four consecutive wins, including the 49-20 triumph over then-No. 2 Ohio State. The rest of the season was up and down with a two-point win over No. 16 Iowa, a 31-point loss to Minnesota, a triple-overtime loss to Wisconsin and a 28-21 road win over Indiana to clinch a bowl berth. After the season ended, Brohm decided to stay at Purdue instead of taking the Louisville job.Auburn: Auburn, the preseason No. 9 team in the country, opened the season with what we thought could be a marquee win over No. 6 Washington. But both teams underperformed — Auburn, especially. The Tigers ended up going 7-5 with all five losses coming in SEC play to LSU, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. The offense struggled mightily along the way, and the loss to Tennessee — its first in the series since 1999 — was a low point.

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Purdue (6-6) vs. Auburn (7-5)
Location: Nashville | When: Dec. 28 (1:30 p.m. ET) | TV: ESPN | Line: Auburn -4

WHY YOU SHOULD WATCH
Louisville’s attempt to hire Jeff Brohm was a pretty major storyline a few weeks ago, and Purdue received a big jolt of energy when he decided to stay in West Lafayette. On the other side, there’s been plenty of tumult around the job status of Gus Malzahn. Malzahn agreed to a $49 million extension last fall after winning the SEC title, but now has four seasons with at least five losses under his belt.

PLAYERS TO WATCH
Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue: Moore, who went to the same high school as Brohm in Louisville, committed to Purdue after previously being committed to Texas. As a true freshman, Moore leads the country in receptions with 103 for 1,164 yards and 12 touchdowns. Along the way, Moore had nine games with at least eight receptions, including five with 11 or more. For his efforts, Moore won the Big Ten’s Freshman of the Year and Receiver of the Year awards.
Deshaun Davis, LB, Auburn: Auburn has a lot of talented players on its defense, but senior Deshaun Davis has been one of the unquestioned leaders. The senior was a first-team all-SEC selection. He leads Auburn with both 107 tackles and 14 tackles for loss, both career highs. For his career, Davis has 257 tackles, 28 tackles for loss and six sacks.

WHAT’S ON THE LINE
Purdue: The Boilermakers won a combined nine games in the four years before Brohm arrived and have won 13 in the two years since. With a win, Purdue would win a bowl game in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1997 and 1998. It would also mean back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since 2006 and 2007.

Auburn: Auburn, in its long history, has never lost a bowl game in three consecutive seasons. A win over Purdue would stop that from coming to fruition while also sending QB Jarrett Stidham, who declared for the NFL draft, out with a win in his last college game. Including the 2014 BCS national title game, Auburn is 1-4 in bowl games under Gus Malzahn.

PREDICTIONS
Nick Bromberg: Purdue 31, Auburn 27
Sam Cooper: Purdue 28, Auburn 24
Pat Forde: Auburn 27, Purdue 22

Iowa State vs washington state live streaming

One of the most prolific offenses in college football squares off against a team known for using its defensive play to record upsets in Friday’s Alamo Bowl.
Washington State’s pass-first attack goes up against an Iowa State program that no one enjoys playing, especially the top dogs of the Big 12.

Landing in the Alamo Bowl was a disappointment for the Cougars, who were knocked out of the New Year’s Six with a loss in the Apple Cup to Washington. IowaStatevsWashingtonState.
Based off their play against the best teams in the Big 12, the Cyclones stand a chance of at least slowing down Washington State quarterback Gardner Minshew.

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Alamo Bowl Information :

Date: Friday, December 28

Time: 9 p.m. ET

Preview

The Alamo Bowl features a contrast in how both teams operate with the ball in their possession.

Washington State’s Gardner Minshew ranks second in the FBS in passing yards with 4,477 to go along with his 36 touchdown passes. 
When the Cougars have the ball, Minshew will be trusted to make the big plays, like he has throughout his lone season with the program.

Mike Leach’s team spends the majority of its time on offense with Minshew directing traffic, and it shows, as the Cougars rank 129th out of 130 FBS teams in rushing offense. 
As you’d expect, Minshew has a plethora of options to look for when he drops back, including Dezmon Patmon, Davontavean Martin and Easop Winston.

Prediction

Washington State 45, Iowa State 31

The Cyclones will try to keep up with the Cougars, but they won’t be able to inside the Alamodome.

With the victory, Washington State not only finishes the season on a high note, but it also records a vital bowl win for the Pac-12, who is 1-10 over the last two postseasons.

Minshew finishes with over 300 yards and at least three touchdown passes to allow the over to hit while the Cougars cover the spread.