Gator Bowl 2014 live stream is available for Nebraska vs. Georgia. TV game start time for the 2014 Gator Bowl is 12 p.m. ET on ESPN2 and the streaming will begin at kickoff on New Year’s Day. According to a report from ESPN on Tuesday (Dec. 31), the current odds for this game have the Georgia Bulldogs as nine point favorites. The teams come into this game with identical 8-4 records, but the Nebraska Cornhuskers are not favored by the analysts.
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Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray won’t be available for the game after tearing the ACL in his left knee Nov. 23 against Kentucky. That’s bad news, because he had been putting up some pretty great numbers this season. He actually led the team to a win over the Cornhuskers in last year’s Capital One Bowl. Murray matched career bests with 427 yards and five touchdowns as Georgia beat Nebraska 45-31. It’s safe to assume that the Cornhuskers would like a little revenge.
Hutson Mason will be starting at quarterback instead of Murray in this year’s Nebraska vs. Georgia game. In his one start this season (against Georgia Tech), he led the team to a victory. For the Cornhuskers, the player to keep an eye on is junior running back Ameer Abdullah. He is seventh in the FBS with 130.7 rushing yards per game and was selected as a third-team All-American. He helps to lead an offense that averages 32.6 points per game.
The 2014 Gator Bowl live stream coverage and TV game start time will both be at 12 p.m. ET, giving fans a chance to watch online for free. For television it will be on ESPN2 and for the online streaming, fans can turn on the Watch ESPN application.
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