Fans will continue to watch NCAA College football live games on Sunday 9/4 with a live stream video feed online for today’s Marshall vs. West Virginia matchup. This game will be shown free of charge thanks to the ESPN broadband sports network. For fans of these teams it’s great news that they may be able to watch their favorite team play from another state.
The NCAA live feeds have been provided online since the start of the new college football season, thanks to ESPN3. Today’s live feed for West VA begins at 3:30 PM EST. Marshall will be visiting, with the West Virginia team currently ranked at #24 in the AP Top 25, but unranked in the current Coaches Poll. Marshall is currently unranked and hails from Conference USA, while West Virginia is part of the competitive Big East. Just yesterday, the South Florida team from the Big East took down the #16 ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
So West Virginia will be looking to avoid the same fate as Notre Dame suffered, to keep their ranking in tact. In addition to the online live streaming feed coverage, this game will be shown on ESPN at 3:30 PM EST. West Virginia will again be online for their game next Saturday when they visit Norfolk State at 1PM EST. There is one other big college football game today as SMU takes on #8 Texas A&M.
Many college football fans simply can’t go without seeing their teams play. For those living in regions of the country away from where the schools are located, it can be tough without ordering an expensive TV package. Fans without ESPN may be in luck with the free NCAA college game live stream online today. Just yesterday, fans were able to enjoy a wide variety of games, including the Michigan Wolverines winning their opener, as well as the Boise State versus Georgia battle between ranked teams. Technology is certainly helping to provide sports fans with innovative ways to watch their teams!