North Dakota State at Delaware: Date, time, TV channel, live stream, how to watch

North Dakota State at Delaware: Date, time, TV channel, live stream, how to watch

A Top 25 matchup is about to take place in Newark, Delaware as the No. 1 North Dakota State Bison head east to face off with the No. 18 Delaware Fighting Blue Hens.

Both teams enter the matchup 2-0 after North Dakota State took down North Dakota last week and Delaware held off Rhode island in triple-overtime.

North Dakota State won the only game in this series, beating Delaware last year on Homecoming in Fargo. This is only the sixth time in North Dakota State's history that the Bison will play on the east coast.

The game will air live at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14 on NBC Sports Washington Plus.

How to watch

Who: North Dakota State vs. Delaware

What: Regular Season Week 3

When: Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019, 1:00 p.m. ET

Where: Delaware Stadium, Newark, Delaware

TV Channel: NBC Sports Washington Plus (Andrew Bogusch, Qadry Ismail) and NBC North Dakota (Brian Shawn, Lee Timmerman, Ryan Gellner)

Live Stream: NBC Sports Washington Plus 

Radio: 107.9 The Fox, Bison 1660 and 92.7 FM (Jeff Culhane, Phil Hansen, Jeremy Jorgenson) (Local market only)

Point Spread: N/A

Over/Under: N/A

Weather: A chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 2pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 81. East wind 5 to 8 mph becoming south in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 30%. New rainfall amounts of less than a tenth of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms, per NOAA.

Delaware's schedule

Week 1: vs. Delaware St., W, 31-13
Week 2: at Rhode Island, W, 44-36 3 OT
Week 3: vs. North Dakota State, 1 p.m.
Week 4: vs. Penn, 1 p.m.
Week 5: at Pitt, TBD
Week 6: BYE
Week 7: at Elon, 2 p.m.
Week 8: vs New Hampshire, 1 p.m.
Week 9: vs. Richmond, 1 p.m.
Week 10: at Towson, 2 p.m.
Week 11: vs. Albany, 1 p.m.
Week 12: vs. Stony Brook, 1 p.m.
Week 13: at Villanova, 1 p.m.

Bowl season: Penn State, UVA get New Year's Six, the Hokies bowl shuffle and Navy's tough draw

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Bowl season: Penn State, UVA get New Year's Six, the Hokies bowl shuffle and Navy's tough draw

The regular season is over, the conference championships decided and the playoff bracket is set. Yes, it's bowl season. Bowl bids were handed out on Sunday and Penn State, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Navy all found out their postseason fates.

Here's where each team is headed this bowl season:

Penn State vs. Memphis, Cotton Bowl Classic on Saturday, Dec. 28

Ohio State is headed to the College Football Playoff and the Big Ten's Rose Bowl bid is going to Wisconsin. Penn State, however, managed to squeak into the New Year's Six as the No. 10 team in the nation. They will take on Group of 5 representative Memphis who won the AAC.

Virginia vs. Florida, Orange Bowl on Monday, Dec. 30

The Cavaliers are headed to the Orange Bowl for the first time in school history. More on this game here.

Virginia Tech vs. Kentucky, Belk Bowl on Tuesday, Dec. 31

The Belk Bowl always seemed like the likely destination for Virginia Tech, but their opponent was a bit of a mystery. If you were following along on Twitter before things were made official, the Hokies were supposed to play Mississippi State, then it was Tennessee, then Kentucky, then Tennesse again and then back to Kentucky.

Now it's official and we know for sure it will be Virginia Tech vs. Kentucky.

The issue was reportedly Tennessee changing its bowl preference at the last minute.

Navy vs. Kansas State, Liberty Bowl on Tuesday, Dec. 31

Kansas State is the only team in the nation with a win over a College Football Playoff team. They defeated Oklahoma 48-41 in October.

Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo had the quote of the day about his team's matchup.


Virginia is Orange Bowl bound for the first time ever

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Virginia is Orange Bowl bound for the first time ever

The Virginia Cavaliers are headed to the Orange Bowl where they will play the Florida Gators on Dec. 30 it was announced Sunday. The Cavaliers were smoked by Clemson to the tune of 62-17 in Saturday's ACC Championship Game thus cementing the Tigers' spot in the College Football Playoff. With the conference champs in the playoff, the ACC's Orange Bowl bid then fell to the Cavaliers as the next highest-ranked ACC team.

This will be Virginia's first-ever trip to the Orange Bowl.

The Hoos' opponent will be 10-2 Florida. The Gators finished the season ranked No. 9 in the final College Football Playoff rankings after a season in which their only two losses came go No. 1 LSU in Death Valley and No. 5 Georgia in a neutral site game in Jacksonville.

This is the third-straight bowl season for Bronco Mendenhall in his four seasons at UVA. Last season the Cavaliers won a decisive 28-0 victory over South Carolina in the Belk Bowl. A nine-win regular season was Virginia's first since 2007 and clinched the team's first-ever Coastal Division championship. The reward has thus far been a game against undefeated Clemson and another top-ten team in Florida. Virginia, however, will have much more time to prepare for the Gators than they did against the Tigers. They also will not be coming off an emotional rivalry win like they were in ACC Championship Game, playing just one week after their first win over rival Virginia Tech since 2003. It also gives time for star quarterback Bryce Perkins to heal who appeared to be ailing and grabbing his chest towards the end of the loss to Clemson.