Kennesaw State vs Presbyterian Live Stream: How to Watch Online

Kennesaw State and Presbyterian are pitted in a college football regular season matchup on Saturday. The game tips off at 6:30 PM EST in Bailey Memorial Stadium.

How to watch Kennesaw State vs Presbyterian:

Date and Time: October 28th, 2017 6:30 PM EST

Venue: Bailey Memorial Stadium

TV: Football Turner (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.)

The Owls and Blue Hose are 1-1 all-time against each other, as KSU is coming off a 45-10 victory in 2016 at Fifth Third Bank Stadium.

Kennesaw State Team News

Kennesaw State enters Saturday’s clash with school history’s best 6-1 start. They carry the nation’s best rushing team, which is averaging 333.0 yards per game on the ground. The unit gave a 319-yard performance in last week’s 17-3 win over Gardner-Webb. After the six straight winning streak, the owls are averaging 32 points per game, 437.5 yards, and 339.7 rushing yards per game.

The defense is riding along the winning momentum as the unit enters Saturday ranked sixth nationally in the run game (79.6) and second nationally in most interceptions (15). They are allowing 17.7 per game.

Presbyterian Team News

Entering the weekend with a 3-4 overall record, PC is coming off a 7-0 loss to Charleston Southern last Saturday at Bailey Memorial Stadium. However, the Blue Hose defense was outstanding holding the Bucs to just 195 yards of total offense. The unit has allowed just 21 points over their last two games and will look forward to so again on Saturday against the Owls as they conclude a seven-game homestand. Leading the defense is linebacker Grant Beidel, who ranks second in the Big South with 70 tackles.

QB Ben Cheek enters Saturday ranked second in the conference in completion percentage, completions per game and in several offensive tags. Ben completing 19-of-26 passes for 128 yards and rushed 14 times for 42 yards in last week’s loss.

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