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Buffalo Bulls vs. Florida Atlantic Owls football: How to watch, listen, stream and more

Buffalo looks to rebound after a tough loss to Penn State with a victory versus FAU later today.

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After suffering a tough loss to Penn State last week, the Buffalo Bulls is looking to get back in the win column by beating the Florida Atlantic Owls later today.

Buffalo held their ground on the road versus Penn State last week, only being down 13-7 after three quarters. The Bulls just didn't have enough, though, and Penn State was able to open up their lead in the fourth, prevailing 27-14. Joe Licata was good once again, completing 24 passes on 35 attempts for over 205 yards and two touchdowns on the Big Ten defense.

Florida Atlantic struggled versus Miami last Thursday. The Owls lost 44-20 to Hurricanes, with quarterback Jason Driskel finishing 17-for-30 on the day. In week one, the Owls lost to Tulsa 47-44, with their defense struggling throughout the Owls' first two match-ups.

This is the first ever match up between Buffalo and Florida Atlantic.

Quick Game Info

Game time, date: Saturday, September 19, 2015 at 12 p.m. EST

Location: FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Florida

TV: The game will be live on the American Sports Network.

Streaming: Click here to watch live.

Radio: The game can be heard on ESPN 1520 AM Buffalo. Click here to listen live.

Odds: Most places have FAU by 1. You can check out a full list of NCAAF odds here.

Players to Watch

Joe Licata (Buffalo, QB)- Licata has been stellar this season, completing over 72 percent of his passes on the season. Even though FAU struggled versus Miami (FL), Licata is going to be great once again in order to win.

Anthone Taylor (Buffalo, RB)- Taylor has ran for a bit under 200 yards on the season so far. Last week Taylor ran for 93 yards at Penn State.

Jason Driskel (FAU, QB)- Driskel has struggled all season so far for the Owls. He'll need to have an awesome night if Florida Atlantic is to win this one.

FAU's defense- The Owls defense has struggled throughout the first two weeks of the 2015 season. They'll need to be successful on the day if FAU's offense has any chance of keeping up.