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Nevada vs Toledo Live Stream: Watch College Football Online

The Toledo Rockets are hosting the Nevada Wolf Pack and playing to win. The game is up for 12:00 PM EST later today. This is a particularly interesting matchup because the Rockets haven’t had the chance to win their second game so far into the season (they are 1-1) and they’ll do anything it takes to defeat the weaker Wolf Pack. The game is going to happen at the Glass Bowl in Toledo, Ohio.

How to watch:

Date and Time:  September 22nd, 2018 12:00 PM EST

Venue: Glass Bowl Stadium

TV: CBSSN (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.)

Nevada Team News

The Nevada Wolf Pack is currently 0-2 into the season and this game against the Toledo Rockets is something that can give them the break. However, it’s very important that they improve their offense if they want a shot at victory here.

The Wolf Pack’s defense is already poor. But they also need to improve their passing and rushing game (rushing mostly). If they can do that in this game, they have a good chance at beating the Ohio team right at their home.

Toledo Team News

According to our analysis and the stats, we believe that the Toledo Rockets have a great chance to win this one. Many factors are at play and although we won’t dissect them here in this news piece, you’re free to do your research if interested.

The Rockets are much better in defense as well as offense in comparison to the Nevada Wolf Pack. If they keep up the good team form and play their cards right, this is a game they can easily crack. There won’t be any troubles or struggles on their side, but they have the scope to make the Wolf Pack suffer. Anyhow, we believe this is a game still wrapped up in a bit of uncertainty.

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!