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West Virginia Vs TCU Live Stream
Date : Saturday 22th October 2016
Time : 03:30pm ET
West Virginia Vs TCU Live
It’s the eighth week of the season and West Virginia is undefeated, something we may not have expected to be the case at the beginning of the year. TCU enters Saturday’s game with some tough losses on its schedule, dropping games against Arkansas and Oklahoma. The Horned Frogs survived a scare against Kansas last week, escaping 24-23 on the road.
TCU head coach Gary Patterson has been successful when facing West Virginia in recent years. The Horned Frogs have won the last two meetings in this series. Last season, TCU won by 30 points in a 40-10 victory at home. As typical Dana Holgorsen-coached teams go, WVU has been relatively high-scoring so far this season, averaging 33 points per game. But perhaps more impressive is what the Mountaineer defense was able to do against Texas Tech last weekend, holding the Red Raiders to just 17 points, which was a season-low for Tech. It also broke the nine-game consecutive home streak in which the Red Raiders scored 50 or more points.
How to watch, stream, and listen
TV: 3:30 p.m. ET, ABC or ESPN 2. Dave Pasch and Greg McElroy will be on the call with Tom Luginbill on the sidelines.
Here’s how you can watch Saturday afternoon’s West Virginia vs TCU game from Morgantown online.
Who would have thought West Virginia would get off to a 5-0 start to the season and look like one of two or three favorites to win the Big 12? Definitely not me. The Mountaineers have been impressive this year and are coming off a big win over Texas Tech on the road.
Senior quarterback Skyler Howard is in his second season as the team’s starter and he’s one of the more reliable passers in the conference. He has passed for 1,590 yards and eight touchdowns with four interceptions.
Both the run and receiving games feature a two-headed attack. Shelton Gibson and Daikiel Shorts have combined for 890 receiving yards and four touchdowns on 50 catches and Justin Crawford and Rushel Shell have 721 rushing yards and eight scores.
It’s pretty clear that the loss of a leader like Trevone Boykin has hurt the Horned Frogs through six games. Although Kenny Hill is one of the better transfers in the country, he isn’t the same type of Heisman contender as Boykin was.
TCU is just 4-2 through six games and Hill is doing all he can to try and lead this team to a Big 12 title. He has passed for 2,142 yards and 12 touchdowns, but his interception rate is just a bit high, at eight.