Cincinnati Football: TV coverage, where to watch Week 4 game

The Cincinnati Bearcats return home with a chance to end non-conference play on a positive note against Indiana this weekend. Kick off is scheduled for Saturday at 3:30 PM and will be available to watch on ESPN2 and fuboTV.

  • Date: Saturday, September 24 at 3:30 PM
  • Location: Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati
  • Pregame Spread: Cincinnati (-17)
  • TV Broadcast: ESPN2 and fuboTV

The Bearcats have won 28 straight home games and should be able to extend the historic streak as Indiana comes to town looking for revenge. Luke Fickell talked about how excited the team is for this opportunity via Cincinnati Athletics.

“This is going to be a great challenge for us. It’s something we’ve been looking forward to and are excited for Nippert Stadium to be rocking. One of the toughest places to play in college football. That’s what I expect on Saturday. We have a job to do and I know just like last week, our student body and fans will do their job. I know our entire team is excited about it.”

Cincinnati Football: TV coverage, where to watch Week 4 game

According to 506 Sports, the ESPN2 broadcasters will be Beth Mowins and Kirk Morrison. Mowins was hired by ESPN more than 30 years ago, while Morrison was a star linebacker at San Diego State before being drafted by the Oakland Raiders in 2005.

  • All-Time Series: Indiana (8-4-2)
  • Average Margin: Hoosiers (+12.5)
  • First Meeting: Indiana 16-0 in 1896
  • Last Matchup: Cincinnati 38-24 in 2021

Since the Bearcats came away with a blowout win in Bloomington a year ago, I’m sure Indiana will have a chip on their shoulder coming into Saturday. Jowon Briggs discussed what he expects in the upcoming matchup per Cincinnati Athletics.

“With a great Indiana team coming in, they have a lot of downhill runners, obviously coming back for a vengeance. They’re going in with some oomph to them. I feel like it’s going to be important for us to start fast, play aggressive and have a good showing out there.”