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The Cal State Golden Bears and the Texas Tech Red Raiders are set to face off in the 2023 Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl on Saturday (Dec. 16). Texas Tech will make its 41st appearance in the annual bowl held at Independence Stadium in Shreveport, La.
Saturday’s matchup will be the first Independence Bowl between the Red Raiders and Golden Bears since 2004 (Texas Tech defeated the Golden Bears 45-31). Texas Tech won the Independence Bowl in 2021 and 2022. Could a third, consecutive victory be on the way? Read on for ways to watch and stream the game live without cable.
How to Watch Cal vs. Texas Tech
The Independence Bowl between Cal and Texas Tech kicks off at 9:15 p.m. ET/6:15 p.m. PT (5:15 p.m. CT). The game will air live on ESPN and stream on ESPN+. If you don’t have cable, you can watch ESPN on platforms such as Fubo, DirecTV and SlingTV. Most streamers offer a free trial and discounts on streaming packages.
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