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San Jose State vs Oregon Live Stream: Watch College Football Online

The San Jose State vs Oregon game is up for 4:00 PM EST later today evening. The #20 Oregon Ducks are hosting the San Jose State Spartans and looking for a 3-0 start to the season. The San Jose State Spartans are, however, 0-2 currently and most probably starting their season with a 0-3 after this game. The game is going to be happening at the Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon. All latest lines are pointing towards a sweeping win for the Oregon Ducks and we believe the same.

How to watch:

Date and Time:  September 15th, 2018 4:00 PM EST

Venue: Autzen Stadium

TV: Pac-12 Network (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.)

San Jose State Team News

The San Jose State team is quite stuck. They already have two losses and are heading towards their third one in a row in the season. Their first two losses have been against the UC Davis Aggies (44-38) and then the Washington State Cougars (31-0).

Players like Montel Aaron, Tyler Nevens and Jaylon Redd are although good in their own respects, but not enough to take on the Ducks.

Oregon Team News

The #20 Oregon Ducks are statistically way better a team than the San Jose State Spartans. They know their game and what they’re doing. Hopefully in this game, they will have an effective control on the ball as well as the entire game itself.

The Ducks are coming off two wins and looking for their third one in this game. Their first win into the season was a 58-24 against the Bowling Green Falcons. The second one was against the Portland State Vikings where they won 62-14.

They are in good form and have a lot of performance spike. It’s hard to imagine an upset in the game. A clear win for the #20 Oregon Ducks.

Dean - Dean was born in the small town of Pocono, Pennsylvania. He loves winter sports and the Olympics, his dream is to compete someday in the X Games. He loves advanced analytics and stats; his favorite book being 11 Rings by Phil Jackson. His favorite team is the 76ers!