Boise State Broncos vs. Washington Huskies: Watch Live TV Stream Online for Free Results; Preview
The Boise State Broncos and the Washington Huskies are set to face each other on Saturday afternoon in the MAACO Bowl in Las Vegas. Kick off of the game is scheduled to take place at 3:30 p.m. ET and can be seen by most people on ESPN depending on your local television coverage. However, if you are not able to watch the game on TV, you can watch the live online stream for free by clicking here.
The Washington Huskies had an overall record of seven wins and four losses throughout the regular season. They recorded their wins over the San Diego State Aztecs, the Portland State Vikings, the Stanford Cardinal, the Oregon State Beavers, the California Golden Bears, the Utah Utes and the Colorado Buffaloes. Their losses were suffered at the hands of the LSU Tigers, the Oregon Ducks, the USC Trojans, the Arizona Wildcats and the Washington State Cougars.
The No. 19 ranked Boise State Broncos finished their 2012 regular season with an overall record of ten wins and just two losses. Their wins were recorded over the Miami of Ohio Redhawks, the BYU Cougars, the New Mexico Lobos, the Southern Miss Golden Eagles, the Fresno State Bulldogs, the UNLV Rebels, the Wyoming Cowboys, the Hawaii Warriors, the Colorado State Rams and the Nevada Wolf Pack.
The Boise State Broncos are currently considered 5.5 point favorites over the Washington Huskies according to the Las Vegas odds makers. We agree that Boise State should be the favorite in this game and we believe that they will win fairly easily. However, anything can happen and they play the games for a reason. Regardless of which team wins, hopefully it is a very fun and competitive football game to watch for fans of both teams involved.
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