The Baylor vs. TCU live stream online and televised coverage of their final 2015 football game of the regular season will arrive on Friday evening for NCAA college sports fans to enjoy. This latest game could potentially have playoff implications for the Bears, should several other teams lose over the course of the next few days. TCU is most likely out of the equation for the playoffs but will try to spoil Baylor’s potential berth. The latest 2015 NCAA football live streaming and TV presentation comes via ESPN networks.
According to Fox Sports in a Nov. 26 report, the Bears will start third-string quarterback Chris Johnson tonight and with a win, they continue their quest for a third-straight conference title. They would need to win this game, as well as their next on Dec. 5 at home against the Texas Longhorns. They’d also need Oklahoma State to defeat Oklahoma in their matchup this coming Saturday night, for everything to align just right. Most recently, Baylor handed Oklahoma State its first loss of the season, 43-35 last Saturday in Stillwater.
The Horned Frogs will find themselves without several key players tonight, including star receiver Josh Doctson and senior center Joey Hunt. It’s unknown at this point if they might start hobbled quarterback Trevone Boykin who sat out last Saturday’s 30-29 loss to Oklahoma. In that recent defeat, TCU made a furious comeback towards the end, but then failed on a two point conversion which would have won the game for them. There will be two streaks to keep an eye on tonight. One of them is Baylor scoring a touchdown on every game’s first drive this season. The other is TCU has scored a first-quarter touchdown in 24-straight games.
Tonight’s game odds have Baylor as two-point favorites to win on the road against Texas Christian. For the moneyline, bettors will find TCU is a +105 home underdog, while Baylor is a -125 favorite to win. Tonight’s over/under points total is at 72, which is not inconceivable considering the two teams involved. As far as Baylor’s odds to win the National Championship, the future odds list has them fifth overall with odds of 10 to 1 to win it.
Friday’s Baylor vs. TCU game has a scheduled start time of 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised coverage will be available on ESPN at that time. The live streaming online coverage will be available on WatchESPN/ESPN3 broadband sports network for cable and satellite subscribers to watch. For live audio commentary, Sirius XM Satellite Radio subscribers should listen on channels 84 or 82, for the home and away coverage, respectively.