Quick: can you name 30 college football bowl games? Well, if you keep your face glued to your Sprint phone's screen for the next couple weeks, you'll be able to, thanks largely to the partnership Sprint inked with ESPN earlier this ear to bring ESPN Mobile TV to its devices. You'll be able to get to the games on your phone through either Sprint TV or the dedicated Sprint Football Live app, which are available on "most" models in Sprint's lineup and cost you nothing as long as you're signed up for unlimited data. Notably, Sprint's broadcasting will include the entire Bowl Championship Series -- and in the off chance you're interested in one of the five bowls that aren't being televised on your phone, the Football Live app will still offer you play-by-play coverage and stats. Follow the break for the full press release.

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Sprint Delivers Live Stream of ESPN Game Telecasts for 30 College Football Bowl Games

All Five Bowl Championship Series Games Streamed Live on ESPN Mobile TV for First Time

OVERLAND PARK, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--If you're stuck at the mall doing some last-minute shopping or need a break from the annual office party this holiday season, Sprint can help by delivering your college football fix. Sprint (NYSE: S) will carry the live stream of 30 college football bowl games broadcast by ESPN, highlighted by the entire Bowl Championship Series, which will be available for the first time to Sprint customers on ESPN Mobile TV.

"The holidays are such a busy time of year for so many and Sprint is giving fans the ability to follow the biggest college football games of the year even when they're caught in the midst of the hustle and bustle."

The live game telecasts will be accessible on Sprint handsets through the ESPN Mobile TV channel on Sprint TV®, or through the Sprint Football Live app in the "College Football" section. With Sprint 4G and using one of Sprint's award-winning 4G phones – the HTC EVOTM 4G or the Samsung EpicTM 4G – fans can experience the excitement of live game viewing wherever they may be this holiday season.

Sprint Football Live will include game centers for all 35 bowl games with game previews and recaps, score updates, real-time play-by-play, text alerts and updated player statistics. An additional "Awards" section has been added detailing season awards such as the Heisman, AP All-America team and other positional awards.

"This is great news for college football fans," said Steve Gaffney, vice president-Corporate Marketing for Sprint. "The holidays are such a busy time of year for so many and Sprint is giving fans the ability to follow the biggest college football games of the year even when they're caught in the midst of the hustle and bustle."

The schedule begins with an ESPN tripleheader on Saturday, Dec. 18: the New Mexico Bowl (BYU vs. UTEP) at 2 p.m. ET, the uDrove Humanitarian Bowl (Northern Illinois vs. Fresno State) at 5:30 p.m., and the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl (Ohio vs. Troy) at 9 p.m. The bowl schedule concludes with the Tostitos BCS National Championship Game (Auburn vs. Oregon) on Jan. 10 at 8:30 p.m.

Sprint Football Live is a comprehensive mobile football application across both pro and college football. Fans can visit www.sprint.com/football for more details.

Sprint TV and Sprint Football Live are available on most Sprint handsets and all Sprint video-enabled phones that offer Sprint TV. Both are included at no additional charge with Sprint Everything Data plans, which include Any Mobile, Anytime for unlimited calling to any mobile phone in America, unlimited text, unlimited Web and unlimited GPS navigation starting at $69.99.

Sprint 4G is available in 68 metropolitan areas nationally delivering fast mobile downloads, streaming video, and turbo-charged Web browsing. Sprint 4G boasts download speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G.