We have an exciting heavyweight fight on Thursday night. The Boise State Broncos head to Orlando to fight the UCF Knights in seven days one between gathering confrontation from the Bounce House. The Broncos posted a 5-2 record in 2020 and lost to San Jose State in the MWC title game. The Knights went 6-3 last season and lost to BYU in their bowl game.
Here’s how to follow along with all the action:
- When: Thursday at 7 p.m. ET
- Where: Bright House Networks Stadium
- TV: ESPN Plus
- Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
- Follow: CBS Sports App
After a baffling 2020 season, Central Florida invites Gus Malzahn to the Bounce House in an initial week matchup against Boise State in a broadly broadcast game. Picked to complete second in the American Athletic Conference behind Cincinnati, UCF returns eight starters including quarterback Dillon Gabriel, who tossed for 32 scores and 3570 yards in only 10 games last season.
Boise State comes to Orlando off a 5-2 record in 2020, with another lead trainer driving the Broncos charge. Andy Avalos gets back to his institute of matriculation assuming control over the reins from Bryan Harsin, who acknowledged Malzhan’s past work at Auburn. This game is the first for Avalos as a lead trainer at any level, having recently been a right hand at Oregon, Boise State and Sacramento State.
Where can I watch Boise State vs Central Florida Football 2021?
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How can I watch the Boise State vs UCF Game online via live stream?
The game (7 p.m. ET start time) isn’t on TV anywhere, but anyone in the US can watch Boise State vs UCF live on ESPN.
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