The Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Oklahoma State Cowboys face off on Saturday in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl.
Follow our updates from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona throughout the game below.
Notre Dame gets quick early lead vs. Oklahoma State
Notre Dame took the opening possession of the game 75 yards in just 1:39 for a touchdown with the score coming on a 29-yard pass from quarterback Jack Coan to Lorenzo Styles Jr.
The drive took just five plays and Notre Dame throwing it on each play. Coan went 4-for-5 on the opening possession. There is 13:21 left in the first quarter.
Score: Notre Dame 7, Oklahoma State 0
How to watch Fiesta Bowl game
The game is airing on ESPN with Bob Wischusen on the play-by-play call and Dan Orlovsky as the analyst.
It can be heard on the Notre Dame Radio Network and the Cowboy Radio Network.
Only one band at Fiesta Bowl
Only one school sent its band to the Fiesta Bowl today: Oklahoma State.
Notre Dame elected not to send its band amid rising COVID-19 cases.
In a classy move, Oklahoma State’s band learned Victory March and played it for Notre Dame during at the Phoenix Zoo’s Zoo Lights on Thursday night.
Fiesta Bowl odds: Notre Dame slight favorite over Oklahoma State
Notre Dame is a 0.5-point favorite in the game.
The Fighting Irish are -105 on the money line, while the Cowboys are -115.
The over/under for the game is 45.5 points.
Picks and predictions for the game are pretty split with some writers and sites liking Notre Dame’s chances for the win and others going with Oklahoma State.
You can see their picks and predictions for the game here.