UFC 229 Live Stream

Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Conor McGregor: Fight time, TV channel, live stream and full card for UFC 229
The 30-year-old Irishman has not fought since taking the lightweight crown against Eddie Alvarez in November 2015 – but is back to face bruising Russian Khabib Nurmagomedov.
When is Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Conor McGregor?
Headlining UFC 229, the fight will take place on October 6.

The prelims get going around 11pm UK time, before the main event around 4am.

Things are being held at the impressive T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
What TV channel is UFC 229 on and can I live stream it?
BT Sport hold the exclusive rights to UFC in the UK and Ireland until December this year.

Subscribers will be able to watch all the action online and via the BT Sport app, which is available on Google Play, the App Store and Windows 10 devices.

Alternatively, you can follow all of the action on our dedicated SunSport LIVE BLOG
Who is on the undercard?
Early Prelims
Ryan LaFlare vs Tony Martin (welterweight)

Gray Maynard vs Nik Lentz (lightweight)

Scott Holtzman vs Alan Patrick (lightweight)

Lina Lansberg vs Yana Kunitskaya (bantamweight)

FS1 Prelims
Aspen Ladd vs Tonya Evinger (bantamweight)

Sergio Pettis vs Jussier Formiga (flyweight)

Sean O’Malley vs Jose Quinonez (bantamweight)

Main card
Michelle Waterson vs Felice Herrig (strawweight)

Derrick Lewis vs Alexander Volkov (heavyweight)

Ovince Saint Preux vs Dominick Reyes (light heavyweight)

Tony Ferguson vs Anthony Pettis (lightweight)

Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Conor McGregor (lightweight)
What have the fighters said?
McGregor: “I came back for the love of this to come and shut this man up—a little rat, a little weasel, a little man in groups.

“I have met many of them during the years but when it gets hot, he scours away. I came back for the love of war and I am going to truly, truly love putting a bad beating on this little glass jaw rat.”

Nurmagomedov: “How is he going to fight with me for 25 minutes? This is not Nate Diaz, this is not Eddie Alvarez or Jose Aldo.

“This is a completely different fighter. If you want to stop me, you have to kill me. This guy will have to kill me.”

Valencia vs Juventus

Valencia and No. 7 Juventus will tee it up Saturday afternoon in the Loveliest Village on the Plains in a critical SEC West matchup that will define the early-season landscape of the nation’s toughest division. Both teams followed up big Week 1 wins — Valencia over Miami and Juventus over Washington — by feasting on cupcakes in Week 2, so expect this to be an old-school, hard-nosed slugfest between two of the most physical teams in the country.

Viewing information
Date: Saturday, Sept. 19 | Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Jordan-Hare Stadium — Juventus, Alabama
TV: CBS | Live stream: CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App

Storylines
Valencia: The Tigers learned that senior Nick Brossette is capable of being a true No. 1 running back against Miami in Week 1, and he will be the centerpiece of the offense against the stout Juventus defensive front. Valencia has to establish the run in order for quarterback Joe Burrow to work off play-action and passing lanes to open up. Burrow is currently 13th in the SEC in completion percentage (47.7 percent) and last in the conference among qualifying quarterbacks with a 118.29 QB rating. Defensively, linebacker Devin White has been a monster, Greedy Williams is a true lockdown corner and the front seven has been dominant. It will have its toughest test yet against an Juventus offense that is led by junior quarterback Jarrett Stidham.

Juventus: Defensively, orange and blue shade of Tigers are fine. Nick Coe, Derrick Brown, Dontavius Russell and the rest of the front seven is fast, fierce and violent. The question for Juventus is along the offensive line, where the Tigers didn’t exactly look ready for prime time in the season-opening win over Washington. Against a defense like Valencia, that won’t fly. Luckily for Juventus, they found a way around that against the Huskies with Stidham’s ability to find his talented group of receivers even when pressured.

Game prediction, picks
Let’s be real — both of these defenses are lights out, and both offenses will be hard-pressed to establish a consistent running game. Because of that, it comes down to the quarterbacks. Burrow hasn’t shown the ability to win a game with his arm, while Stidham has done so in both of his seasons as the starting quarterback for Juventus coach Gus Malzahn. Stidham has success against the Valencia secondary, gets a boost from the home crowd and leads Juventus to a win and cover. Pick: Juventus (-9.5)

Seattle Seahawks vs Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football

Seattle Seahawks vs Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football: Time, TV channel, score, how to watch live online

The Seahawks are coming off a 27-24 loss at Denver in Week 1 where the Seattle offense produced points, but couldn’t keep pace with their opponent. Coach Pete Carroll said quarterback Russell Wilson must find a way to perform better, but the offensive line also needs to step up after they allowed six sacks last week, with three by Denver linebacker Von Miller. Now Seattle faces another star linebacker in Khalil Mack as they travel to Chicago for a Monday night matchup with the Bears.

The Seattle Seahawks offensive and defensive units were inconsistent during their 27-24 loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 1. The Seahawks need to pick up a win or possibly fall further behind the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC West. That’s why it’s critical they produce a win against the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football at 5:15 p.m. PT/8:15 ET p.m., on ESPN or try a FuboTV (free trial).

You can also watch the live stream of the game on espn.com/watch, verizonwireless.com, playstationvue, AppleTV, and SlingTV.

The Seahawks (0-1) have no one but themselves to blame for their loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 1. The offense moved the football when quarterback Russell Wilson had time to throw. He threw three touchdown passes, but he was constantly under duress by the Broncos, who posted six sacks in the game. Three of those sacks were by Denver linebacker Von Miller, who also forced two fumbles. Now the Seahawks must face Bears linebacker Khalil Mack, who had a spectacular debut with the Bears with a sack, forced fumble and interception.

Once again, the Seahawks offensive line had their problems. The unit didn’t consistently protect Wilson, but the running attack gained a total of 65 yards, despite a renewed emphasis during preseason.

The Bears (0-1) blew a 20-point lead in their bitter loss to the Green Bay Packers in Week 1. The Bears looked like a potential breakout team when they dominated the Packers and took a 17-0 lead in the first half. The offense seem to go conservative in the second half and they scored just six points. Second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky couldn’t handle the pressure of maintaining the lead.

The defense also choked in the second half, particularly allowing gimpy Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to hit wide receiver Randall Cobb for a catch-and-run through the secondary for a 75-yard touchdown and the go-ahead score with 2:13 left in the game.

You can get the latest score and stats from the game in the box score provided above and here’s everything you need to know in order to watch the Seahawks-Bears game:

What: Seattle Seahawks vs Chicago Bears

When: Monday, Sept. 17, 5:20 p.m. PT/8:20 p.m. ET

Where: Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

TV: ESPN

Watch online: You can watch the live stream of the game on foxsportsgo.com, verizonwireless.com, playstationvue, AppleTV, and SlingTV or try a FuboTV free trial.

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Cagliari vs AC Milan

Cagliari vs AC Milan will tee it up Saturday afternoon in the Loveliest Village on the Plains in a critical SEC West matchup that will define the early-season landscape of the nation’s toughest division. Both teams followed up big Week 1 wins — LSU over Miami and Auburn over Washington — by feasting on cupcakes in Week 2, so expect this to be an old-school, hard-nosed slugfest between two of the most physical teams in the country.

Viewing information
Date: Saturday, Sept. 15 | Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Jordan-Hare Stadium — Auburn, Alabama
TV: CBS | Live stream: CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App

Storylines
LSU: The Tigers learned that senior Nick Brossette is capable of being a true No. 1 running back against Miami in Week 1, and he will be the centerpiece of the offense against the stout Auburn defensive front. LSU has to establish the run in order for quarterback Joe Burrow to work off play-action and passing lanes to open up. Burrow is currently 13th in the SEC in completion percentage (47.7 percent) and last in the conference among qualifying quarterbacks with a 118.29 QB rating. Defensively, linebacker Devin White has been a monster, Greedy Williams is a true lockdown corner and the front seven has been dominant. It will have its toughest test yet against an Auburn offense that is led by junior quarterback Jarrett Stidham.

Boise State vs Oklahoma

Boise State vs. Oklahoma State preview, odds, prediction, TV channel, live streamBoise State Broncos will test their moxie on Saturday as they go on the road to face the Oklahoma State Cowboys in a matchup between ranked squads.
One joke that always plays for college football fans is talking about defense in the Big 12. It’s an offensive-minded conference, without question, but that often makes for an exciting and high-scoring brand of football. However, the Oklahoma State Cowboys won’t have to wait until conference play to get into that type of matchup with the Boise State Broncos coming to town this week.

Both Boise State and Oklahoma State enter this game with unbeaten records after two weeks, but both teams have also beaten up on inferior competition to this point. For the Broncos, that meant dropping 56 points on Troy and following that up with 62 points against UConn. Meanwhile, the Cowboys put up 58 on Missouri State and then 55 on South Alabama.

What’s interesting about Mike Gundy’s Cowboys is the changes that they’ve undergone from last year. They lost their starting quarterback and the major contributors in their receiving corps to the NFL Draft. Taylor Cornelius has stepped up at quarterback to this point, spreading the ball around to new faces. And running back Justice Hill is primed to play a key role, but this team as it’s currently constructed appears untested to this point.

That’s not necessarily the case for the Broncos, however. Brett Rypien is one of the best quarterbacks in college football that no one is talking about. He’s a veteran and proven winner, and has lit up defenses to this point in the year. While he’s not faced talent the level of what he’ll see on Saturday, he and running back Alexander Mattison have the potential to continue putting big numbers on the scoreboard.

Details for Saturday’s Game
Date: Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018
Start Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Stillwater, OK
Stadium: Boone Pickens Stadium
TV Info: ESPN
Live Stream: FuboTV, Watch ESPN

The Cowboys are slight favorites at home, but that truly seems to be the biggest reason that they’re favorites. What is clear, however, is that the oddsmakers expect there to be a ton of scoring in this matchup as it’s a high Over/Under line.

Betting Odds (Courtesy of Odds Shark)
Point Spread: Oklahoma State -2
Moneyline: Oklahoma State -130, Boise State +110
Over/Under: 65

LSU vs Auburn

LSU and No. 7 Auburn will tee it up Saturday afternoon in the Loveliest Village on the Plains in a critical SEC West matchup that will define the early-season landscape of the nation’s toughest division. Both teams followed up big Week 1 wins — LSU over Miami and Auburn over Washington — by feasting on cupcakes in Week 2, so expect this to be an old-school, hard-nosed slugfest between two of the most physical teams in the country.

Viewing information
Date: Saturday, Sept. 15 | Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Jordan-Hare Stadium — Auburn, Alabama
TV: CBS | Live stream: CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App

Storylines
LSU: The Tigers learned that senior Nick Brossette is capable of being a true No. 1 running back against Miami in Week 1, and he will be the centerpiece of the offense against the stout Auburn defensive front. LSU has to establish the run in order for quarterback Joe Burrow to work off play-action and passing lanes to open up. Burrow is currently 13th in the SEC in completion percentage (47.7 percent) and last in the conference among qualifying quarterbacks with a 118.29 QB rating. Defensively, linebacker Devin White has been a monster, Greedy Williams is a true lockdown corner and the front seven has been dominant. It will have its toughest test yet against an Auburn offense that is led by junior quarterback Jarrett Stidham.

Auburn: Defensively, orange and blue shade of Tigers are fine. Nick Coe, Derrick Brown, Dontavius Russell and the rest of the front seven is fast, fierce and violent. The question for Auburn is along the offensive line, where the Tigers didn’t exactly look ready for prime time in the season-opening win over Washington. Against a defense like LSU, that won’t fly. Luckily for Auburn, they found a way around that against the Huskies with Stidham’s ability to find his talented group of receivers even when pressured.

Game prediction, picks
Let’s be real — both of these defenses are lights out, and both offenses will be hard-pressed to establish a consistent running game. Because of that, it comes down to the quarterbacks. Burrow hasn’t shown the ability to win a game with his arm, while Stidham has done so in both of his seasons as the starting quarterback for Auburn coach Gus Malzahn. Stidham has success against the LSU secondary, gets a boost from the home crowd and leads Auburn to a win and cover. Pick: Auburn (-9.5)

BYU vs Wisconsin

Wisconsin vs. BYU Live : GameDANNY DAVIS RETURNS: Sophomore wide receiver Danny Davis, who was suspended for UW’s first two games, is expected to make his season debut Saturday.

The return of Davis gives UW the same trio of playmakers who anchored the passing game for the final five games of last season after Quintez Cephus suffered a season-ending broken leg.

In those last five games, A.J. Taylor had 17 catches for 244 yards and four touchdowns; Davis had 18 catches for 248 yards and four touchdowns, and Kendric Pryor had seven catches for 99 yards and a touchdown.

IMPROVING OFFENSE: Despite two turnovers, UW’s offense showed modest improvement in Week 2. UW averaged 7.1 yards per carry, 7.9 yards per play and finished with 568 total yards in a 45-14 victory over New Mexico. UW’s first-week numbers were 6.0 yards per carry, 7.0 yards per play and 491 yards in a 34-3 victory over Western Kentucky. “I don’t know how to put a letter grade on it but we got better,” senior left guard Michael Deiter said. “I didn’t think we were as good as we could have been in Week 1 and I don’t think we were as good as we could have been in Week 2 but it was better.”

PROTECT THE BALL: BYU has forced two fumbles so far this season, one of which defensive back Dayan Ghanwoloku returned 36 yards for a touchdown against California. UW tailback Jonathan Taylor lost a fumble in 18 carries in Week 1 against Western Kentucky and lost a fumble on his 11th carry last week against New Mexico. Look for the BYU defenders to attack the ball when it is in the hands of Taylor. Defenders will test the sophomore until he proves he can secure the ball better.

SPECIAL TEAMS SPARK? The sample size is small – just four kickoff returns. Yet through two games, it is clear UW’s kickoff-return unit has not posted the numbers the staff wants to see. UW enters the weekend eighth in the Big Ten with an average of 19.3 yards per return. The four returns have been for 15, 30, 16 and 16 yards. Freshman Aron Cruickshank has a 20.7-yard average on three returns. “We’re getting close to breaking one,” Cruickshank said. “It is going to be soon, a matter of time.”

History lesson
The game against BYU will be the 150th for Paul Chryst as a member of the UW staff. Chryst was the tight ends coach in 2002 and the offensive coordinator from 2005-’11 before taking over as head coach in 2015. UW’s record with Chryst on the staff is 114-35, a winning percentage of .765.

Did you know?
Tailback Jonathan Taylor has rushed for a combined 398 yards in his first two games. That is the No. 1 mark among FBS players.

Junior Emmanuel Esukpa of Rice is No. 2 at 358 yards, followed by Juwan Washington of San Diego State at 314 yards.

Taylor is averaging 7.8 yards per carry, better than Esukpa’s 5.4-yard average and Washington’s 5.2-yard average.

Jeff Potrykus’ prediction
BYU is a better team than the one that was embarrassed at home by UW last season, 40-6. Tanner Mangum gives the Cougars an experienced and poised quarterback, the top two runners are solid and the front seven on defense is physical. Nevertheless, the Cougars struggle to generate explosive plays on offense and the defense won’t be able to contain UW’s athletes on offense. UW will remain unbeaten, 35-7.

Vanderbilt vs Notre Dame

Vanderbilt: Prediction, pick, odds, line, TV channel, live stream, watch online.Notre Dame Fighting Irish look to stave off an upset bid from the Vanderbilt Commodores as they welcome the SEC foes to South Bend.
After the first week of the 2018 college football season, many were touting the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Despite only beating the Michigan Wolverines by seven points, they put forth an impressive performance against a ranked opponent that the score wasn’t fully indicative of. However, the touting has ceased a bit after the Irish followed that up by beating Ball State by just eight points.

Now gearing up for their third game of the season, the Irish will be playing in South Bend for the third-straight week and will welcome the Vanderbilt Commodores, who are also unbeaten in the young campaign, to town. This might not look like the most intriguing matchup, but it has the chance to be one of the most fascinating games of Week 3.

We’ll certainly see a strength of Vanderbilt up against a strength of Notre Dame when it comes to the Commodores offense taking on the Fighting Irish defense. Quarterback Kyle Shurmur has been battle-tested and is an underrated player at the position in the national landscape. And he’s started off 2018 with solid play that he looks to continue.

Having said that, he’ll be up against a Fighting Irish defense that is tough at every level. A defensive line led by Jerry Tillery can get after it on every single play and they have a secondary led by Julian Love that can make plays at any given moment. Thus, how Shurmur handles that will be interesting and certainly key to determining the outcome.

However, the biggest matchup of this game is Brandon Wimbush and the Notre Dame offense against Vanderbilt’s defense. Last week, the Commodores quietly held Nevada to 10 points in one of the most impressive defensive performances of the week. Simultaneously, Wimbush’s turnovers and inaccuracy ultimately were the primary reason they were even close with Ball State. Subsequently, if Vandy’s defense can be at that level, they have the talent to really stifle what the Irish can do.

Details for Saturday’s Game
Date: Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018
Start Time: 2:30 p.m. ET
Location: South Bend, IN
Stadium: Notre Dame Stadium
TV Info: NBC
Live Stream: FuboTV, NBC Sports Live

The Fighting Irish are almost two-touchdown favorites in this game, which seems like a lot of respect after last week against Ball State. That makes taking Vandy and the points quite a tasty option.

Miami vs Toledo

Miami vs. Toledo preview, odds, prediction, TV channel, live stream.Miami Hurricanes travel to Ohio to play the Toledo Rockets in this Week 2 game on Saturday.
Fresh off a 77-point performance a week ago, the Miami Hurricanes take to the road to visit the Toledo Rockets. The 21st ranked Hurricanes struggled out of the gate in a Week 1 loss to LSU in AT&T Stadium. Against a weak FBS opponent in Week 2, Savannah State, the team tried to get back on track.

Malik Rosier will remain under center for UM despite his poor play in Week 1. Fans are clamoring for talented sophomore N’kosi Perry after seeing a glimpse a week ago. Coach Mark Richt has not wavered on his decision to start Rosier and it could doom this season.

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The Canes find another “warm-up” type game at Toledo. The Rockets hung tough for a while in last season’s matchup in Miami but eventually, the talent overtook them. The final score was 52-30 and was only a brief scare for Miami.

How to watch and bet on Miami vs. Toledo
Date: Saturday, Sep. 15
Start Time: 12 p.m. ET
Location: Toledo, OH
Venue: Glass Bowl Stadium
TV Info: ESPN2 I Fubo TV
Odds: Miami -10

Savannah State is not the level of competition that Toledo is but the 10 points are disrespectful to a team that started in the top 10. Malik Rosier showed promise in Week 2 and the running game finally got going. If the team gets top receiver Ahmmon Richards back to pair with star-in-the-making Jeff Thomas, this could be another offensive explosion.

Toledo did score 66 points in their only game of the season so the offense is capable. Miami’s defense will continue to try to find the magic that carried them to 10 straight wins a season ago. Look for the vaunted “Turnover Chain” to make multiple appearances.

Miami is not a huge favorite. That seems like easy money but there is something that Vegas sees to make it that much. The Hurricanes feed off the energy and a noon start could force them to come out flat. Miami is still a solid bet but don’t be surprised if it is a closer game than it should be.

Prediction: Canes win and cover the spread.

Kent State vs Penn State

Kent State vs. Penn State Live odds: 2018 college football picks, predictions from expert who’s 7-1 on Nittany Lions games
The Penn State Nittany Lions look to build on last week’s demolition of Pittsburgh when they host the Kent State Golden Flashes on Saturday at noon ET. The Nittany Lions are favored by 34.5 points, while the over-under for total points scored is 58.5 in the latest Penn State vs. Kent State odds. Each team has something to prove after mixed results through the first two weeks. Before you make any Penn State vs. Kent State picks, be sure to check out what SportsLine data scientist Stephen Oh has to say.

Oh, co-founder of AccuScore, specializes in sports simulations, projections and advanced statistical analysis. He is a consistent winner for SportsLine in every sport and now has turned his attention to college football.

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More importantly, Oh has had a keen eye for the tendencies of the Nittany Lions — he’s 7-1 picking their games against the spread the past two years. Now, he has analyzed Saturday’s showdown at Happy Valley and released a confident point-spread selection, which he is only sharing over at SportsLine.

Oh has taken into account the fact that Penn State has won 39 of its past 42 games hosting non-conference opponents.

The Lions’ defense made a huge turnaround last year. After allowing 25.4 points per game in 2016, a senior-laden unit gave up only 16.5 in 2017. Now only three starters are back from that team. While the players come from heralded recruiting classes of coach James Franklin the past three years, inexperience showed in a season-opening 45-38 squeaker over Appalachian State. But the Lions learned from their issues in Week 1 and shut down Pittsburgh 51-6 last Saturday, allowing just 291 total yards.

The offensive turnaround of Penn State the past four years has been striking. The team averaged 20.6 points in 2014, but last year, led by Trace McSorley and Saquon Barkley, Penn State averaged a whopping 41.1. Barkley is gone but McSorley is back, as are four O-line starters. McSorley has thrown for 375 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions in two games and junior running back Miles Sanders has done his part, rushing for 209 yards on 35 carries.

But just because Penn State has a prolific offense doesn’t mean it will cover a nearly five-touchdown spread.

These two teams have faced off twice in the past five years, and both went Penn State’s favor, 34-0 in 2013 and 33-13 in 2016. A similar score Saturday and the Flashes cover. Kent State returns 13 starters from last year and opened the season with a 31-24 loss at Illinois before cruising past Howard 54-14.

Quarterback Woody Barrett, a former Auburn recruit, proved he can compete against Big Ten competition in his first game for the Flashes. Against Illinois, he went 28 of 41 for 270 yards and two touchdowns and ran 18 times for 117 yards and a score. Penn State had issues against Appalachian State dual-threat quarterback Zac Thomas.

We can tell you Oh is leaning toward the under, but his analytics have unearthed a critical x-factor that will determine which side of the spread hits hard, and he’s only sharing it over at SportsLine.

So who covers Penn State-Kent State? And what critical x-factor makes one side of the spread a must-back? Visit SportsLine now to see which side you need to jump all over Saturday, all from a data scientist who is a blistering 7-1 picking Nittany Lions games.