Liberty Bowl: Kansas State Wildcats vs Navy Midshipmen Live Stream, Dec. 31, 2019
How to Watch Liberty Bowl Live online
- Name: Kansas State Wildcats vs Navy Midshipmen
- Event: Liberty Bowl
- Date: Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019
- Time: 3:45 p.m. ET
- Venue: Liberty Bowl – Memphis, Tennessee
- Television: ESPN
- Live stream: todaylivefree.com
Freedom Bowl forecast, picks
On the off chance that you like passing assaults, the Liberty Bowl won’t be your preferred round of this bowl season. When No. 23 Navy and Kansas State play on New Year’s Eve in Memphis it will be a skirmish of two of the most run-substantial groups in the nation. That shouldn’t come as an amazement with Navy, as the Midshipmen run an alternative offense. All things considered, on the off chance that we expel sacks (they consider runs at the school level), Navy’s run pace of 86.4 percent is the most elevated in the country. Kansas State, which isn’t an alternative group, isn’t a long ways behind. The Wildcats have run the ball 61.1 percent of the time this season, which positions eleventh in the country.
So it’s a matchup of two comparable styles, however it is anything but a matchup we’ve at any point seen previously. This is the first run through these two projects have ever met. Both have been to the Liberty Bowl once previously, in any case, with Kansas State last playing in the game after the 2015 season. For Navy, it’s been an any longer nonattendance as its solitary Liberty Bowl appearance came during the 1981 season.
Naval force: The 2019 season has been a great ricochet back year for Navy. The Midshipmen went 20-7 during their initial two seasons in the AAC however dropped to 10-16 the last two seasons. A year ago they went 3-10, and now they’ve basically flipped that record around as they enter this game at 10-2. The explanation? That would be quarterback Malcolm Perry, who set a lot of Navy records this season and is a major play already in the works on each snap. As Perry goes, so goes Navy.
Kansas State: There were inquiries regarding Kansas State coming into the season following Bill Snyder’s (second) retirement and Chris Klieman taking the program over. All things considered, early signs are that Kansas State stays in great hands. The Wildcats went 8-4 this season and pulled off a significant steamed at No. 4 Oklahoma. They even came to as high as No. 20 in the AP Top 25 after not being positioned at all in 2018. It’s been an effective season for the Wildcats regardless of the outcome in the Liberty Bowl, yet they’d prefer to get a ninth success just because since 2016.
While they run diverse hostile frameworks, these two groups are comparative, and I anticipate that that should bring about a lower-scoring, close game. With the two groups running so frequently it will restrain the general number of assets, and that implies focuses will be at a higher cost than expected. At the end of the day, this is fundamentally a coin flip game. The two groups can win it, and when that is the situation, it’s difficult to leave behind any focuses. Pick: Kansas State (+2.5)