Everything you need to know about the Wichita State vs. Utah online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.
The Wichita State Shockers are at home in Wichita, Kan. to go up against the Utah Utes in Intrust Bank Arena.
The Shockers come into this one at 4-4, and that’s a bit surprising. Wichita State was ranked No. 10 in the AP Top 25 preseason poll, but it fell to Tulsa early on before going on a three-game losing streak thanks to USC, Alabama and Iowa.
For the Utes, well, they’re ready to add another win to their 7-1 record. Utah had its three-game winning streak snapped by the Miami Hurricanes three weeks ago, but since then the Utes have ripped off four straight wins.
Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the Wichita State vs. Utah online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.
Wichita State vs. Utah Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information
- Venue: Intrust Bank Arena, Wichita, Kan.
- Date: Saturday, Dec. 12
- Tipoff Time: 2:30 p.m ET
- National TV: ESPN2
- Wichita State vs. Utah Online Live Stream: Watch ESPN, Wichita State Radio Live Stream
The days of favoring Wichita State seem to be over — even on its home floor. Baker won’t get too much help in this one, and Poeltl won’t be stopped down low. Loveridge will hurt the Shockers from the outside, and the Utes just won’t turn the ball over enough to allow enough fast break opportunities for Wichita State. Utah wins the battle on the boards and the game itself.
For the score prediction, check out our Wichita State vs. Utah game preview.
- VanVleet’s impact may be just as pronounced on the defensive end. In his time on the bench, WSU’s three Division I opponents averaged 73.3 points and shot 47 percent from the field. In VanVleet’s first two games back, WSU has allowed just 51.5 points
- Utah leads the all-time series 7-1 and has won two of the three meetings in Wichita.
- The Utes and Shockers played the very first game in Charles Koch Arena (then named WU Fieldhouse) almost 60 years ago, on Dec. 3, 1955.