Mississippi Valley State vs. Delta State football game live streaming on Sep. 16

Here’s your essential guide for tuning in to the 2023 Mississippi Valley State vs. Delta State game on FloFootball. The broadcast for this exciting matchup is set to begin on September 16, 2023. You have the flexibility to stream it or cast it to your desktop, mobile device, or television. What’s more, it’s now compatible with popular platforms like Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, and Apple TV.

Where to watch Mississippi Valley State vs Delta State

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MS Valley vs Delta State college football week 3 preview


The Gulf South Conference commenced its league play last week, witnessing Delta State’s dominant victory over newcomer Chowan. The rest of the conference also performed admirably in nonconference matchups, securing a 5-2 record in their other games. It’s worth noting that both of those losses occurred on the road and were closely contested.

This week, the GSC schedule heats up with three pivotal conference matchups. Among them are two teams eager to bounce back from recent defeats, two others striving to ascend to the upper echelon of the league, and a third involving teams aiming to steer clear of the bottom of the standings as November approaches.

One of the featured games is West Georgia (1-1) facing off against Mississippi College (1-1) at 8 p.m. Eastern. These two teams have had remarkably similar starts to the season. They both kicked off with victories two weeks ago but experienced setbacks on the road in Texas last week.

Mississippi College suffered a 30-17 loss to Midwestern State, while West Georgia was narrowly defeated by Texas A&M-Kingsville with a score of 20-17. This upcoming matchup may evolve into a low-scoring, fast-paced contest, given that both teams have primarily relied on their ground games for offensive production.

The Choctaws, as they have for several years, will heavily emphasize their ground attack, aiming to control possession and the game clock. So far, the Mississippi College offense has demonstrated proficiency, averaging an impressive 241.5 yards per game on the ground, with a yards-per-carry average exceeding five, along with three rushing touchdowns.

Ron Craten and John Henry White are expected to shoulder the bulk of the rushing workload, with Craten boasting an impressive early-season average of nearly 100 yards per game on the ground.