San Jose State vs. Montana State Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info, Prediction

Everything you need to know about the San Jose State vs. Montana State online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.


With both teams looking to pick up win No. 2, the Bobcats will host the San Jose State Spartans in the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse.

In his third season as head coach, Dave Wojcik’s Spartans started off with an embarrassing 74-54 loss to Idaho, but they responded with a clutch 64-61 win over Montana.

Freshman forward Ryan Welage is leading San Jose State with 12.5 points and 10 rebounds per game. Welage’s counterpart, senior forward, Danny Robison will try and contain Welage on the boards while matching his scoring (11 ppg). Robison will need to stay out of foul trouble though, as he’s averaging 3.7 personal fouls per game.

The Bobcats are coming off an 83-62 loss to Nevada on Sunday. Head coach Brian Fish’s team began the season with a loss to Hawaii before taking down Hawaii-Hilo to notch its first win of the season.

Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the San Jose State vs. Montana State online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.


San Jose State vs. Montana State Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information


Prediction

Montana State may be giving up 85 points per game, but its also averaging 76 points per game on 43.1 percent shooting. Aside from the fact they have home-court advantage, the Bobcats are 55th in the nation in offensive rebounds, which will kill the offensive momentum for San Jose State. The Spartans will get a solid effort from Welage and Gary Williams Jr, but it won’t be enough to stop MSU from evening its record at 2-2. Marcus Colbert will notch double-digit points in the win.

Robert Judin: Montana State 79, San Jose State 72


Game Notes

  • Monday’s win over Montana was San José State’s first against a Division I opponent since a win at Nevada on February 18, 2014. It snapped a losing
    streak of 21 games dating back to last season, and a 10-game losing streak at The Event Center.
  • Welage is one of three Mountain West players with two double-doubles in the early goings, along with Fresno State’s Torren Jones and Nevada’s AJ West.
  • The Spartans and Bobcats had their first clash on December 19, 1936, which ended in a 51-37 win for Montana State. The last meeting was in Bozeman on December 1, 2012 when the Spartans won 82-74. SJSU controls the all-time series versus MSU, 7-4.


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