Watching the broadcast of this weekend’s San Diego State football game against Towson will be more complicated than turning on the TV and clicking a button or two on the remote.
A little patience is advised, especially for the tech-savvy people in the crowd, although locating the broadcast should be easier – and the stream more reliable – than in previous cases over the past five years. seasons.
The Aztecs (3-0) face Towson (1-2), the only FCS opponent on the schedule, at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Carson’s Dignity Health Sports Park.
The game is being broadcast by Stadium, which is one of Mountain West’s broadcast partners.
CBS Sports Network and Fox are the main partners of MW. Both transmitted this match, which allowed the Stadium to show it.
Fans who wish to watch the game can do so online by going to the Mountain West website – themw.com – scroll down SPORTS in the menu bar, navigate to Football and click on the schedule.
This week’s program is coming. To the right of the Towson-San Diego State game, the word Stadium is underlined. By clicking on this link, you directly access the game broadcast.
Or a fan can just type this URL into a laptop or smartphone: watchstadium.com/live/towson-at-san-diego-state-2/
There are several other ways to locate the game. For example, those with Samsung smart TVs can find it by going to Samsung TV Plus.
Other sources include: Stadium Mobile App, YouTube TV, The Roku Channel, Fubo TV, Sling Orange and Sling Blue, Xumo, STIRR Mobile App, PLEX and MOBITV.
Some of these options will allow viewing directly on a TV. Others involve running the game on a laptop or cell phone, where it can be swapped out for a smart TV, if desired.
While there is no guarantee of trouble-free play, online broadcasts have improved dramatically since streaming began a few years ago.
In 2019, fans couldn’t see the final six minutes of SDSU’s 27-17 win at San Jose State. The Facebook broadcast froze with the Aztecs leading 27-10.
âIt’s evolving technology, but it’s the technology of the future,â said then AD SDSU John David Wicker. âI like to watch games on my phone while I’m walking around, working around the house, or doing anything. … This is the future and with the future you are going to have growing pains.
As SDSU’s 2017 season opened, the Facebook Live feed was choppy and frozen at times, making it nearly impossible to watch for those trying to keep up with the Aztecs’ 38-17 victory over UC Davis.
Once the Aztecs start playing Mountain West on October 9, five of their remaining eight games will be broadcast by CBSSN, two by a Fox network TBD, and the Nov. 26 final against Boise State by CBS.
SDSU in reverse Greg bell ranks fourth in the country with 405 rushing yards in three games. Bell only follows that of the state of Michigan Kenneth walker iii (493), Memphis Brandon thomas (421) and that of Michigan Blake Corum (407).
The Aztecs rank 14th nationwide in total rushing yards with 244.7 yards per game. The SDSU’s defense is allowing just 56.3 yards per game, which ranks it eighth in the country.
â¢ After collecting just 44 passing yards against Utah, the SDSU fell to 125th in the country (out of 130 teams) with 101 yards per game.
â¢ A win over Towson would give SDSU their second 4-0 start in the past 40 years. The Aztecs opened the 2017 season 6-0 before a 31-14 home loss to Boise State. SDSU has three more 3-0 starts over the past decade (in 2011, 2016 and 2019).
â¢ According to Pro Football Focus, senior left tackle Zach thomas is the nation’s highest-rated offensive line blocker (at least 90 snaps), scoring 94.0. Thomas did not allow a hit or sack from the quarterback or was not flagged for a 202 snaps penalty.
â¢ Junior Matt AraÃ¯za ranks first in the country in punts with an average of 53.8 yards on 25 punts.
â¢ Since the 2014 season, SDSU has led the nation in kickoff returns for a touchdown (13) and interceptions (118).
â¢ Jordan ByrdThe 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Utah was the eighth 100-yard return in school history. Rashaad Penny has four (with returns of 99, 97 and 93 yards).