FARGO — As expected, the Missouri Valley Football Conference and ESPN streaming will be a busy marriage during the football season. The league on Monday announced that all 62 of its member home games will be on either ESPN3 or ESPN Plus.
"We are proud to partner exclusively with ESPN to distribute our MVFC football games," league commissioner Patty Viverito said in a statement. "Our fans can find every game we produce on ESPN+ or ESPN3, with many of these games also aired on local stations."
Most of North Dakota State's games will be aired on ESPN Plus, a subscription service that can be found on ESPN.com, as well as most of the Bison games will be televised regionally on the North Dakota NBC Network.
The streaming end of it is part of the Valley's 10-year agreement with ESPN that runs through the 2023-24. It is also available through the ESPN app.