The TCU vs. Oklahoma live stream online and televised 2015 NCAA football game features a Sooners team still hopeful for one of the college football playoff spots this postseason. Oklahoma currently has just one loss at 9-1, but so do their visitors, the Horned Frogs. That makes this primetime game that much more essential for the Sooners to claim, and would make it a crushing upset should the No. 18 team win on the road. The latest 2015 NCAA football live streaming and TV matchup will be presented via ESPN and ABC networks.
According to a Nov. 21 USA Today report, TCU will be at a disadvantage in tonight’s game as both senior quarterback Trevone Boykin and senior receiver Josh Doctson are both not expected to play due to injury. Boykin is dealing an ankle issue while Doctson has a wrist injury which will sideline him for the final two regular season games. It’s unknown if Boykin will play in TCU’s final game of the season, but he’s led the team with 3,427 yard and 29 touchdowns this season, helping them to a 9-1 record. If Boykin doesn’t play, redshirt freshman Foster Sawyer will get the start.
While TCU’s quarterback situation could be an issue, Oklahoma’s doesn’t appear to be. Baker Mayfield has also been playing brilliantly in leading his team to the 9-1 record. This season he’s got 3,082 yards and 31 touchdown passes, with senior receiver Sterling Shepard catching 61 passes for 1,003 yards and nine of the TDs. On the ground, Samaje Perine has led the way with 927 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns. Of note, Shephard set a career high for receiving yards with 215 last year against TCU, but it was in a 37-33 loss. The Sooners will need this game to stay close with Oklahoma State in the playoff chase.
Vegas odds makers first opened the line at 10 points in favor of the Sooners, but it has since risen as high as 18 points in their favor. On the moneyline, Oklahoma is an overwhelming -1250 favorite, while TCU are +800 underdogs at website 5Dimes. Tonight’s points total for the over/under is at 63 for the game. In terms of the championship picture, the Sonners currently have future odds of 10 to 1 to win it all.
Saturday’s TCU vs. Oklahoma game gets started at 8 p.m. Eastern Time on Saturday night. United States viewers can watch the game live on TV on ABC affiliate stations. For live streaming online feeds, cable and satellite subscribers will want to log into their WatchESPN website or mobile apps. Sirius XM Satellite Radio subscribers can listen to live game audio commentary on channels 80 and 84 for the home and away coverage, respectively.