Holy Cross vs New Hampshire Live Stream: Watch College Football Online

The Holy Cross vs New Hampshire game is up for 12:00 PM EST later today. The 0-3 New Hampshire Wildcats are hosting the 1-3 Holy Cross Crusaders in their home. The game goes down at the Wildcat Stadium or the Cowell Stadium in Durham, New Hampshire. Both teams are pretty much a wreck. This game will see to which one is a bigger wreck.

How to watch:

Date and Time: October 6th, 2018 12:00 PM EST

Venue: Cowell Stadium

TV: NBC Sports (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.)

Holy Cross Team News

The Holy Cross Crusaders are at a vital juncture in their 2018 season. They are currently 1-3 and this game will decide whether they will get their second win of the season or yet another loss. They are locking horns with an opponent that hasn’t even been through one victory, unlike themselves.

So, will it be easy taking on the New Hampshire Wildcats in their own home? Or just like their previous losses, which have all been sweeping ones, this will be a disaster as well?

They need to take this win and score their second victory of the game. And they need it badly.

New Hampshire Team News

The New Hampshire Wildcats have an opportunity this time. This is a window. They need to jump through and grab this opportunity. Their losses such as 45-14, 10-3, and 35-7 are depressing enough. Now, finally, a team that they can outlast and perhaps even beat.

The Wildcats need to keep their act together and play their cards right. If they don’t let goof-ups, injuries, and fatal mistakes ruin the game, they will have it easy against the Crusaders.

Their latest loss was a 45-14 against the Colorado Buffaloes in which they were outlast by a huge margin.

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