Auburn vs. Minnesota Outback Bowl (1/1) 2020 live s.t.r.e.a.m; time, TV channel, odds, watch online
No. 12 Auburn meets No. 17 Minnesota in the 2020 Outback Bowl Wednesday (1/1) at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
The Tigers are 9-3, while the Golden Gophers are 10-2. Auburn and Minnesota have never met in footbal
Auburn is a 7-point to win the game, according to Vegas Insider.
The No. 18 Minnesota Golden Gophers (10-2), led by quarterback Tanner Morgan and head coach PJ Fleck, meet the No. 12 Auburn Tigers (9-3), led by quarterback Bo Nix and head coach Gus n in the Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, on Wednesday, January 1, 2020
Auburn takes on Minnesota in the Outback Bowl at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium on New Year’s Day in a of teams who made big improvements in 2019 and came close to special seasons. Minnesota, which has already earned its most victories since 2003, won its first nine this season before dropping two of the past three and coming up just short of a trip to the Big Ten championship game after winning 12 games combined in coach P.J. Fleck’s first two seasons. The Tigers lost three games - all against top seven teams in the final coaches’ poll - by a total of 21 points and finished the regular season with a 48-45 victory over rival and No. 9 Alabama in the Iron Bowl to reach nine wins - two more than 2018.
There is plenty of star power on the defensive side of the ball for each team, including a pair of Consensus All-Americans with Auburn senior defensive lineman Derrick Brown and Minnesota sophomore defensive back Antoine Winfield Jr. Brown, who joins senior defensive back Jeremiah Dinson (79 tackles) and senior defensive end Marlon Davidson (7.5 sacks) on a team ranked 19th in the nation in total defense, has 50 tackles, four sacks and two fumble recoveries. Winfield is fourth in the nation with seven interceptions and leads the team with 83 tackles as the Golden Gophers ranked 15th in the country in total defense.
Two talented young quarterbacks will be looking to finish off outstanding seasons in their first full campaign behind center as Minnesota sophomore Tanner Morgan battles against Auburn freshman Bo Nix. Morgan played in the Golden Gophers’ 34-10 over Georgia Tech at the Quick Lane Bowl last season, throwing for two touchdowns, and came back to pass for 2,975 yards and 28 TDs in 2019 while completing 66.1 percent of his attempts. Nix beat eventual Pac-12 champion Oregon in his collegiate debut with a brilliant late drive before going on to pass for 2,366 yards along with 15 touchdowns and run for another 301 and seven scores.