How to Watch, Livestream the Mountain West Football Championship
The Boise State Broncos and Hawaii Warriors face off for the Mountain West title on Saturday. Here’s how to tune in to watch or listen.
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2019 MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Hawaii Warriors (9-4, 5-3 Mountain West) vs. #19 Boise State Broncos (11-1, 8-0 MW)
WHEN: Saturday, December 7 — 2:00 PM MT/1:00 PM PT/11:00 AM HT
WHERE: Albertsons Stadium; Boise, Idaho (36,387)
STREAMING: Many cable providers should enable viewers to tune in to the game via the ESPN app for Apple and Android or at ESPN.com/watch. Alternatively, you can get a free seven-day trial of FuboTV by clicking here.
RADIO: The Hawaii broadcast can be found on ESPN Honolulu, 1420 AM and 92.7 FM, while the Boise State broadcast can be found on the affiliates of the Bronco Sports Network, including the flagship 940 AM (KBOI).
Both radio broadcasts can be streamed online, as well. The Boise State broadcast can be found on TuneIn and the Hawaii broadcast can be found through ESPN Honolulu‘s official website.
SERIES RECORD: Boise State leads the series 13-3. In the last meeting on October 12, 2019, the Broncos defeated the Warriors, 59-37, in Boise.
LAST WEEK: Hawaii defeated Army at home, 52-31, while Boise State won on the road at Colorado State, 31-24.
WEBSITES: HawaiiAthletics.com, the official Hawaii athletics website | BroncoSports.com, the official Boise State athletics website
GAME NOTES (PDF): Hawaii | Boise State
ODDS (via OddsShark): Boise State -13.5
SP+ PROJECTION: Boise State by 13.3 (78% win probability)
FEI PROJECTION: Boise State by 15.4
Championship Saturday is finally at our doorstep, which means that the Hawaii Warriors and Boise State Broncos will put it all on the line to claim the Mountain West football crown.
Rather than concluding the last big day of football games, however, the game will kick off in the daytime, probably under gray skies, this time around. It appears both teams will have to deal with rainy conditions on the blue, which could have an effect on they approach things when they have the ball on offense.
If you plan to tune in, you’ll want to head to ESPN in order to do so and see whether the Warriors can claim their first outright title since 2007 or if the Broncos can take their last biggest step toward claiming a bid in the Cotton Bowl.