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TCU vs. Oklahoma Live Stream: How to Watch NCAA Football Online

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After ten weeks of college football, there is a contest between two Big 12 teams powerhouses. These teams are the TCU Horned Frogs and the Oklahoma Sooners. Both teams started the season with bowl game expectations but no one expected TCU to be competing for a national championship. TCU was unranked in the preseason rankings and was expected to finish in the middle of the Big 12 standings. Oklahoma, on the other hand, started the season with the expectations of competing for a national championship. The winner of this game will become one step closer to making the college football playoff. Expect this game to be extremely close as a result.

The TCU Horned Frogs are currently 8-1 and are looking to prove that they are worthy of a college football playoff spot. The Horned Frogs looked poised to potentially go undefeated this season before getting upset by Iowa State a few weeks ago. Now, the Horned Frogs are ranked the sixth best team in college football according to the AP poll and a victory over Oklahoma would propel them back into the top four.

TCU’s success is due to quarterback Kenny Hill. So far this season, Hill has 15 touchdowns with only five interceptions. Hill has been extremely accurate in the pocket this season and has a completion percentage of 68.0 to prove it. Last season, Hill threw 13 interceptions and was pretty poor in the realm of ball security. However, those issues look to be behind Hill and TCU is in title contention as a result.

The Oklahoma Sooners started off their season extremely well and defeated a top five ranked Ohio State team in their second game of the season. The Sooners carried that momentum towards a 4-0 record and looked like a favorite to win the NCAA championship. However, Oklahoma was upset by Iowa State which damaged their 2017 title hopes. Since then, the Sooners have won four straight games and are once again competing for a national title.

Leading Oklahoma is none other than senior quarterback Baker Mayfield. This season, Mayfield has thrown for 28 touchdowns and over 3,200 yards along with five interceptions. Last year, Mayfield carried his team to a 52-46 victory over TCU and he will look to duplicate that performance on Saturday. If Mayfield gets going, expect TCU’s defense to struggle.

As for my prediction, I have to side with Oklahoma. I think that Mayfield will be too much for this TCU defense to handle. TCU is a solid team and I expect the Horned Frogs to hang around but I think Mayfield will make some clutch plays down the stretch and lead the Sooners to a close victory.


TCU vs. Oklahoma: Game Time, TV Channel & Viewing Details

Event: TCU vs. Oklahoma
Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017
Start Time: 8:00 P.M. EST
Location: Memorial Stadium in Norman, OK
Broadcast: Fox


How To Live Stream TCU vs. Oklahoma Online

Looking to see the You can live stream the game on the FOX Sports Go website. You will be required to log in with your cable provider information.

If you do not have a cable subscription, you can also live stream the game through Sling TV free trial.  Just click on the Sling website and click “Watch Now 7 Days Free” for the free trial. Choose the Sling Orange package, which costs $20 per month and comes with Fox Sports 1, along with many other sports channels.


How to Watch TCU vs. Oklahoma On Your Tablet Or Mobile Device

You can live stream the game on the FOX Sports Go app.

You can download the Fox Sports Go app on Google PlayAmazoniTunes, and the Windows Store. The Fox Sports Go app is also available on the following devices: Apple TVRokuGoogle ChromecastAndroid TVFire TV, and Xbox One.


How To Live Stream TCU vs. Oklahoma Online Without Cable Subscription

You can also live stream the the game through Sling TV free trial.  Just click on the Sling website and click “Watch Now 7 Days Free” for the free trial. Choose the Sling Orange package, which costs $20 per month and comes with Fox Sports 1, along with many other sports channels.

COED Writer
I'm currently a student at UW-Madison. I'm already writing sports articles for the Daily Cardinal (a school newspaper). Also co-hosting my own sports radio show called Coast-To-Coast on the local campus radio station 91.7 FM in Wisconsin. Personally, I follow every sport religiously and my life revolves around sports. I'm the kind of guy who is watching basketball at 7 PM and then watching tennis at 1 A.M.