Liberty football travels to Las Cruces, New Mexico to face fellow FBS Independent New Mexico State. Here’s the information you need to follow the game on television, radio or online.

Time: 8 p.m. Eastern, Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019

Where: Aggie Memorial Stadium (28,853 capacity)

TV/live stream: Adam Young (play-by-play) and Danny Knee (analyst) will have the call on FloSports.

That’s a premium streaming service which is $19.99 per month. FloSports can be seen on any desktop, laptop, or mobile device as well as Apple TV (4th generation), Roku, and Amazon Fire TV. Both this game and Liberty’s game on November 2nd against UMass will be carried on FloSports, and both can be watched within one month of each other.

The game will also be carried on FOX Sports Arizona Plus (Cox and DirecTV channels available, click the link) and FOX Sports Go.

Radio: Alan York (play-by-play), Paul Rutigliano (analyst), and Matt Warner (sideline) will have the Liberty radio network call on 88.3 FM The Journey or also streaming online.

Betting line: Liberty favored by four points with the over-under at 62 (as of Friday Oct. 4).

Series history: Series tied at 1, with both teams winning at home a season ago. NMSU won 49-41 in Las Cruces in October while Liberty won 28-21 in Lynchburg in November.