Kansas vs TCU Live Stream: How to Watch Online

Kansas vs TCU

Kansas Jayhawks and TCU Horned Frogs are headed for a 2017 college football action on Saturday at 8:00 PM EST in Amon G. Carter Stadium. TCU owns a 21-8-4 edge over Kansas in the all-time series dating back to 1942.

How to watch Kansas vs TCU:

Date and Time: October 21st, 2017 8:00 PM EST

Venue: Amon G. Carter Stadium

TV: FOX Net (US)

Online Stream: FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.)

Kansas Team News

The Jayhawks are coming off a disastrous 45-0 loss to Iowa State Cyclones last week marking their fifth straight loss in the season. The offensive unit was hopeless averaging only 1.8 yards per play on 106 total yards.

With leading rusher Khalil Herbert out with hamstring replacement Taylor Martin posted pointless 53 yards rushing for Kansas. Taylor may get another shot proving his worth on Saturday against the Horned Frogs.

On the season, Kansas offense is notching 24.7 points per game on 399.3 yards per game, which is quite good but not good enough for a win in this season. The defense has been next to non-existent through the six games as they are allowing 44.8 points per game on 474.8 yards ( 290 passing yards; 184.8 rushing yards)

TCU Team News

TCU is red-hot in the season with a 6-0 record. They are coming off a 26-6 win at Kansas State when senior quarterback Kenny Hill threw for 297 yards while running for a touchdown. Hill is flaunting a 69.8 (127 of 182) completion percentage which ranks sixth in the nation and is headed to smash the TCU all-time season record.

TCU has posted 133 receptions through the six games, which is tied for the second most nationally. The offense has racked up 468.4 yards of total offense, including 265.3 on the air and 199.5 yards on the ground. The defense has been exceptional in opposing opponents ground game allowing just 98.3 yards per game but they need work on their passing game strategy as they are allowing 238 yards per game.

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