football-fbs flag | December 17, 2016

How to watch, live stream, game time for the Autonation Cure Bowl

  Under head coach Scott Frost UCF improved to 6-6 this season and have a chance at a bowl game win.

UCF and Arkansas State will meet for just the second time ever when they collide in the AutoNation Cure Bowl. UCF won the first-ever meeting back in 1991, 31-20.

Game info

UCF (6-6) vs. Arkansas State (7-5)

Dec. 17, 2016 

Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Fla.

How to watch

Game time: 5:30 p.m. ET

TV Channel: CBS Sports Network 

Live stream: You can live stream the game here.

Players to watch

-Wide receiver Tre’Quan Smith leads the Knights with 808 receiving yards and five touchdowns. He’s the only UCF pass catcher with more than 350 yards through the air.

-Red Wolves running back Warren Wand rushed for a team-high 867 yards and seven touchdowns and added 278 receiving yards with three touchdowns.

Key Stats

- UCF closed the season losing two straight and three of its last five games.

- This is UCF’s eighth bowl game in the 21-year history of Division I football at the school.

- The Knights have bounced back in a big way with a 6-6 record after going 0-12 last season.

- UCF’s rushing attack averaged just 3.7 yards per carry this season.

RELATEDCollege football bowl game predicitons 

- Arkansas State needs a win to cap its third season in the last four with at least eight wins.

- The Red Wolves have played in bowl games in six straight seasons; over the last five, they’re just 2-3.

- Arkansas State opened the season 0-4, then finished 7-1 the rest of the way.

- The Red Wolves boasted a top-25 scoring defense as they allowed just 22.2 points per game during the regular season.


- Red Wolves center Devin Mondie is questionable with a shoulder injury.

- Arkansas State linebacker Trent Ellis is questionable with an undisclosed injury.

- Red Wolves defensive lineman Waylon Roberson is questionable with a knee injury.

- Arkansas State defensive lineman Chase Robison is questionable with an undisclosed injury.