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How to watch no. 14 BYU Football vs. San Diego State: Game time, TV schedule, live stream, and more

Saturday evening marks the last game at LES for the seniors as well as the last game of the regular season for the Cougars.

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It’s senior night at LaVell Edwards Stadium for BYU Football on Saturday night, and a chance for the Cougars to bounce back after a disappointing loss. BYU will face the Aztecs of San Diego State, and hopefully not completely freeze, on a cold December night in Provo.

The Cougars fell six spots in the AP Top 25 Poll (to no. 14), and five spots in the College Football Playoff rankings (to no. 18) after getting outplayed at Coastal Carolina last week. The final score of that one in South Carolina was 22-17 and is the only blemish on the Cougars’ record. They are now 9-1.

The Aztecs, out of the Mountain West Conference, are 4-3 on the season. They last played on Sat. Dec. 5 against Colorado State, winning that one, 29-17.

The low for Provo on Saturday night is a whopping 10 degrees, so that could be considered a bright spot for fans who are sad about not being allowed to attend the game. Here’s how to watch:

Game Date/Time:

  • Sat. Dec. 12, 8:00 p.m. MT

Location:

  • LaVell Edwards Stadium, Provo, Utah

Channel:

  • ESPN2

Game Notes:

TV Broadcast Team:

  • Beth Mowins (play by play)
  • Kirk Morrison (analyst)
  • Stormy Buonantony (sideline)

Pre-Game Show:

  • Countdown to Kickoff (7:00 p.m. MT on BYUtv and byutvsports.com)
  • Dave McCann and a group of other analysts preview the game.

Post-Game Show:

  • BYUtv Sports Post-Game (Immediately following the game’s end on BYUtv)
  • Player and coach interviews, game highlights, analysis, and more.

Radio Coverage:

Watch Online:

Leave any and all of your thoughts from before, during, or after the game in the comments below. And thank you, seniors!