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How to watch TCU vs. West Virginia: Time, Channel, Radio, Odds, etc.

Maybe find a watch party near you to cheer on the Frogs.

NCAA Football: Texas Christian at Kansas John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

TCU faces possibly their toughest test of the season to date as they travel up to Morgantown for a matchup with West Virginia. The Mountaineers are sitting at 5-0 and No. 12 in the country, with wins over Texas Tech, Missouri, BYU, and Kansas State on their ledger.

Inversely, TCU is arguably West Virginia’s toughest matchup to date. The Frogs offense, inconsistencies and all, is more potent than any other offense the Mountaineers’ defense has seen.

All that to say, this game should be a really good one, similar to the close games the Frogs and Mountaineers played in 2012-14. Don’t miss it.

If you didn’t travel up to Morgantown for the game, here’s how you can watch it at home (or with some Frog friends at a watch party).

Time/TV Channel

2:30pm Central - ABC/ESPN 2

Watch Parties

If you’re the type that likes to watch with other Frog fans, here’s a list of watch parties around the country, so you can get to one near you.


88.7 KTCU

WBAP AM820/99.5HD2

You can also stream the live broadcast on your smartphone anywhere in the world with the TUNEIN App, then search TCU Sports Network or online at

Online Streaming

You can stream the game online on WatchESPN.

Gamblin’ Stuff

TCU is a 6-point underdog against the Mountaineers, with an over/under set at 66. So, if you’re the gambling type, there’s that.