Coming off of quite possibly the best regular season in school history, the Mississippi State Bulldogs will hit the field one last time tonight to take on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the 2014 Capital One Orange Bowl. With a win, the Bulldogs would tally the most wins in a single season in school history, while the Yellow Jackets look to gain 11 wins with a victory, as well. It will be Dan Mullen vs. Paul Johnson and the spread option versus the triple option when these two teams take the field. Who will take home the trophy and earn an 11-win season? We will know the answer to that very shortly. For now, get your essential viewing, streaming, and radio information for the Orange Bowl right here.
Game Time: 7:10 P.M. CT
Location: Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
Dish: 140 (SD) / 9424 (HD)
UVerse: 602 (SD) / 1602 (HD)
Comcast: 29 (SD) / 403 (HD)
Announcers: Brent Musburger - play-by-play, Jesse Palmer - analyst, Maria Taylor - sideline
Live Online Stream: Here is your WatchESPN streaming link for today's game: [2014 Orange Bowl: MSU vs. Georgia Tech]
Replay: The first replay of today's game will be Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. (goes great with your coffee!) on the SEC Network, with a repeat performance showing early Sunday morning at midnight.
Radio: As always, here are your radio options for today's game.
Odds and Ends
Odds: It's gameday, and currently the Bulldogs are 7-point favorites over the Yellow Jackets according to betting website Oddsshark.com. For the regular season, MSU was 8-3 against the spread, covering games against Southern Miss, South Alabama, Texas A&M, Kentucky and Vanderbilt; beating the spread against LSU, Auburn and Alabama; and failing to cover against UAB, Arkansas, and Ole Miss.
Ends: Mississippi State comes in 0-4 all-time against the Yellow Jackets... The Bulldogs finished the 2014 regular season ranked 15th in scoring offense (37.2 ppg) while the Yellow Jackets finished 19th (37.0 ppg)... MSU finished 9th in scoring defense (19.4 ppg) while Tech finished 49th (25.1 ppg)... Despite being a run-heavy team, the Yellow Jackets do not have a player with more than 1,000 yards rushing this season. They do have three between 1,000 and 750, though, led by QB Justin Thomas with 965. MSU has one over 1,000 yards (Josh Robinson - 1,128 yards) and one within 100 yards of that (Dak Prescott - 939 yards).