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[WATCH/STREAMS!] Stanford vs Washington State Live Free Online Broadcast 4 November 2023

Both Stanford and Washington State look to rebound from losses in a Week 10 matchup Saturday night at Martin Stadium. Stanford vs. Washington State: Watch Week 10 college football game for free


The Cougars are losers of four straight games while the Cardinal last won Oct. 13 in overtime against Colorado.

The game will air on Pac-12 Network. Fans looking to watch this college football game can do so for free on fuboTV, which offers a free trial (as well as RedZone, for you NFL fans) or on DirecTV Stream, which also offers a free trial. SlingTV has promotional offers available, as well.

Who: Washington State Cougars vs. Stanford Cardinal

When: Saturday, Nov. 4 at 9 p.m. EST

Where: Martin Stadium in Pullman, Washington

There is mounting pressure on Big Ten Conference Commissioner Tony Petitti from football coach to discipline Michigan and coach Jim Harbaugh for an alleged sign-stealing scheme that has cast a cloud over the second-ranked Wolverines as the postseason approaches.

Coaches were angry and expressed frustration during a call with Petitti over a lack of action by the conference as mounting evidence supports allegations that a Michigan staffer sent people to games to do impermissible advanced scouting of opponents, according to two people with knowledge of Wednesday’s meeting, one who listened in on the call and another who participated.

The people spoke to The Associated Press on Thursday on condition of anonymity because the conference was not making its internal discussions public.

This week’s initial College Football Playoff rankings, where Michigan was ranked third, stoked coaches’ outrage over the inaction.

“They said it was an NCAA issue and not a CFP issue. It’s a football issue,” said the person who was on the call.

During a regularly scheduled video call with Big Ten athletic directors last week, Petitti first heard complaints from within the conference and calls for the league to hand down some punishment. The call with coaches Wednesday was also regularly scheduled, but it was dominated by talk of the current allegations against Michigan.

A previously unscheduled meeting with Pettiti and the Big Ten’s athletic directors was set for later Thursday, one of the people said. Both people said Petitti suggested a possible follow-up call with the coaches on Sunday.

NCAA rules do not ban the stealing of signs, but bylaws do preclude in-person, in-season scouting and the use of electronic equipment to record opponents’ signals. The allegations against Michigan are elaborate.

Michigan and the Big Ten have acknowledged the NCAA is investigating the Wolverines football program. Michigan has suspended low-level staffer Connor Stalions.

Multiple Big Ten schools have found tickets purchased in Stalions’ name to their games over the last three seasons. A person with knowledge of the situation told AP tickets to the last two Southeastern Conference championship games were also purchased in Stalions’ name.

The NCAA investigative process is slow moving and is likely to extend well past the Jan. 8 CFP national championship game.

Even if NCAA enforcement was able to expedite the case and provide Michigan an official notice of allegations soon, the school would still have 90 days to respond. A hearing would come after that.

What kind of penalties the Big Ten could hand down are unclear. Big Ten bylaws do provide the commissioner more leeway to act quickly on matters of sportsmanship and competitive integrity.

Petitti would be acting with limited information. The NCAA has not shared much of its evidence with the Big Ten, said one of the people, who has knowledge of that situation. Big Ten schools have provided records for ticket purchases in Stalions’ name and even some video surveillance footage of people sitting in those seats, holding cellphones pointed toward the field, presumably for video recording.

Harbaugh already served a school-imposed, three-game suspension at the start of the season for an unrelated NCAA violations case.

Michigan (8-0) hosts Purdue this week before finishing its regular season with road games against No. 11 Penn State and Maryland and the traditional season finale at home against No. 3 Ohio State (No. 1 CFP).

Stanford has enjoyed a two-game homestand but will soon have to dust off their road jerseys. The Stanford Cardinal and the Washington State Cougars will face off in a Pac-12 battle at 9:00 p.m. ET on Saturday at Clarence D. Martin Stadium. Given that the pair suffered a loss in their last game, they both have a little extra motivation heading into this match.

Last Saturday, Stanford came up short against Washington and fell 42-33.

Ashton Daniels put forth a good effort for the losing side as he rushed for 85 yards and two touchdowns, and also threw for 367 yards and a touchdown. Another player making a difference was Elic Ayomanor, who picked up 146 receiving yards and a touchdown.

Meanwhile, Washington State's recent rough patch got a bit rougher on Saturday after their fourth straight loss. They took a 38-27 hit to the loss column at the hands of Arizona State. Washington State didn't live up to their potential and found themselves falling short of the advantage oddsmakers thought they had coming into the game.

The losing side was boosted by Cameron Ward, who threw for 315 yards and a touchdown, and also punched in two touchdowns on the ground.

Stanford's loss was their seventh straight at home (dating back to last season), which dropped their overall record down to 2-6. As for Washington State, their defeat dropped their record down to 4-4.

In addition to losing their last games, the two teams failed to cover the spread. Going forward, Washington State is the favorite in this one, as the experts expect to see them win by 13 points. Anyone thinking of taking Stanford against the spread should keep this in mind: the team hasn't covered the last four times they've played Washington State.


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