Fresno State vs. Nevada: How To Watch, Live Stream, Radio, Preview, Odds
Game time changed and network update
Make sure you find this game on its new channel
Ths game has been moved up 90 minutes to a 6 p.m. PT kick time and it also got bumped to FS2, so make sure you check your guide and tell everyone you know it is no longer on FS1.
As for the game itself, it has some title game implications as both teams each have a single loss. The loser is out of making the top two, while the winner has a shot but will still need some help as Boise State and San Jose State are still undefeated.
The Wolf Pack are looking to bounce back from its first loss of the year as they fell to Hawaii. Fresno State has not played in three weeks and is looking to get back on the field.
The big question or the Bulldogs is if they are going to have some rust for not being able to play the past few weeks but that is just the world we are living in during a pandemic.
Fresno State is one of the more talented teams in the league and arguably has the best player in running back Ronnie Rivers and if the Bulldogs are going to win they will need him to play well but also more importantly is the defense needs to slow down the Nevada passing attack.
Fresno State saw a really good plan that Hawaii put forward to force Carson Strong to throw to tight end Cole Turner and shorter passes. Romeo Doubs who is a deep threat had one reception for just 10 yards. Expect for the Bulldogs to mimic a bit of what the Warriors did but also one has to think Nevada would create a gameplan with adjustments if Fresno State drops eight to defend against the pass.
A little bit earlier, that's a good thing right?
— Fresno State Football (@FresnoStateFB) December 4, 2020
WEEK 14: Fresno State Bulldogs (3-1) vs. Nevada Wolf Pack (5-1)
WHEN: Saturday, December 5 — 6:00 PM PT/7:00 PM MT
WHERE: Mackay Stadium; Reno, NV
STREAMING: Fans can sign up to receive a free one-week trial of Fubo, which includes FS2, by following this link.
You can also find the audio broadcast on TuneIn.
RADIO: The Nevada broadcast can be found in and around Reno on 94.5 FM and elsewhere on the Wolf Pack Radio Network. The Fresno State broadcast can be found around the Central Valley on 940 AM.
SERIES RECORD: Fresno State leads the series 29-21-1. However, in the last meeting on November 23, 2019, the Wolf Pack defeated the Bulldogs in Fresno, 35-28.
LAST WEEK: Nevada lost on the road to Hawaii, 24-21, while Fresno State had its game against San Diego State canceled because of COVID-19 concerns.
ODDS (as of 12/5, via BetMGM): Nevada -7
SP+ PROJECTION: Nevada by 9.6 (71% win probability)
FEI PROJECTION: Nevada by 3.9