Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Stanford Cardinal game preview: TV schedule, live streaming and how, where to watch
The 2015 college football season is becoming more and more exciting with every passing day. Better teams are getting lots of support in their quest to come out winner while other teams are working real hard to outperform their opponents. Now as the playoff has reached decisive level, the excitement is at its highest.
A very interesting match is going to be played between two tough sides tonight. There is no denying the fact that Saturday, Nov. 28â€™s match between No. 6 Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs Stanford Cardinal will be an exciting match. The game will be played at Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto, California. The game will begin at 6:30 p.m. Central or 7:30 p.m. Eastern and will be broadcast on Fox. The live stream of the match will be available on Fox Sports Go.
This is very important game for both the teams as anyone losing it will be thrown out with no chance of qualifying. There is no denying the fact that the Fighting Irish are in better shape with a win because they have lost just once, to No. 1 Clemson. On the other hand the Cardinal will likely need lots of help from the other conferences to get in with two losses.
When it comes to the basics, the match may turn out to be Notre Dame LB Jaylon Smith vs. Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey. There is no denying the fact that the McCaffrey leads the nation in all-purpose yards and is second in rushing and is a threat to score every time he touches the ball while Smith might spend lots of time shadowing McCaffrey and might be athletic and powerful enough to do it.
Both the teams come with several top of the line players. This is the reason that the fans are more excited about this match. Notre Dameâ€™s WR Will Fuller is without doubt one of the most productive receivers ever at Notre Dame. To be true he is the fourth Irish player with consecutive 1,000-yard seasons and ranks second all-time with 28 TD catches. If he comes out with impressive performance again today, he will improve the chance of his side.
When it comes to Stanford, there is no denying the fact that quarterback Kevin Hogan will be the who will be watched most keenly. He is playing the final home game of his stellar career. His 33 wins are the most all-time for a Stanford QB and he ranks second in completion percentage. So wish him good luck for the match.
Kickoff time: 6:30 p.m. Central, 7:30 p.m. Eastern
TV: Fox (live stream on Fox Sports Go)
Records: Notre Dame is 10-1, Stanford is 9-2
Series Record: Notre Dame leads 19-10.
Odds: Stanford -3.5; Over/under 56.