College football bowl season continues on Saturday December 16, 2017 with Middle Tennessee State and Arkansas State in the Camellia Bowl. Below find you can find game time, television channel and live stream information for the game.
Arkansas State comes into the game with a 7-4 record but were very nearly champions of the Sun Belt. Middle Tennessee State meanwhile went 6-6 and needed a win in its last game of the season to reach a bowl game.
College football bowl schedule: Time, TV channel, live stream for Middle Tennessee State-Arkansas State in Camellia Bowl
Time: The 2017 Camellia Bowl between Middle Tennessee State and Arkansas State will be played at 8 pm ET. The game will be played in Montgomery, Ala.
TV Channel: The 2017 Camellia Bowl will kickoff at 8 PM ET on ESPN.
Live stream: The 2017 Camellia Bowl will be live-streamed on the WatchESPN app. You can watch the Middle Tennessee State-Arkansas State game on there if you have a subscription.
Odds: Arkansas State is a 4-point favorite over Middle Tennessee State in the 2017 Camellia Bowl. The over/under for the game is 62.
Preview: Both teams were expected to contend for conference titles, especially after their early season success. Middle Tennessee State actually ended up beating Syracuse, while Arkansas State very nearly upset Nebraska.
Arkansas State did nearly win the Sun Belt, as it got off to a 5-0 start in conference. And despite a puzzling loss to South Alabama, Arkansas State had a lead in the final minute of its game against Troy. But the Trojans scored the game-winning touchdown with 17 seconds left in the game and came away with a 32-25 win.
Arkansas State’s coach Blake Anderson also had some fun with fans in Arkansas during the season.
Middle Tennessee State meanwhile had its promising season derailed by an injury to quarterback Brent Stockstill. He missed 6 games in the middle of the season and the team went 2-4 in those games. But Stockstill played in the final 4 games of the season, and the Blue Raiders were able to win 3 of their last 4 games to earn bowl eligibility.
Both teams are no strangers to bowl games and it should be entertaining game as both teams like to put up points. But with Stockstill healthy, he makes Middle Tennessee State just a little better than Arkansas State.