How to watch, start time, TV channel, live streaming options, etc.
Let Game 2 of the USFL begin today! The Philadelphia Stars take on the New Orleans Breakers at 4 p.m. ET on Easter Sunday. The crowd gave the league a warm welcome in Game 3 to be played in Birmingham this weekend. Let’s see how to watch Stars at Breakers including start time, channel, live stream options and betting odds.
Stars at Breakers: Start time, channel, live stream options
The third game of the USFL Week 1 Action kicks off in protection stage at 4 p.m. ET. Crowds won’t have to wait long after The Gamblers and Panthers conclude to get in on the Stars at Breakers action. After a long career as a college coach, Larry Fedora took the reins as head coach of the Breakers. Meanwhile, the Stars went to a different developmental league, grabbing Spring League’s Bart Andrus to be HC. Here’s how to watch these coaches debut in the Stars at Breakers game.
Philadelphia Stars vs. New Orleans Breakers
- Start time: 4 p.m. ET, April 17
- Channel: UNITED STATES
- Live streaming options: Fubo TVHulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, Sling
- Odds: (Ratings provided by DraftKings Sportsbook)
- propagated: Circuit breakers -3
- Moneyline: Breakers -150, Stars +130
- More less: 44.5
Although many may not know him, Stars first-round pick Bryan Scott is a legend in the STL. In 2018, he was twice named Player of the Match. In their 2020 season, Scott was selected by the TSL Generals. Coincidentally, Andrus was the Generals’ coach, so the two had a previous working relationship before their passage in the Stars. Scott would go on to win the TSL Championship MVP title.
Scott will also need to develop chemistry with TE Bug Howard, who played for the Fedora Tar Heels. Howard caught 53 passes for 827 yards and 8 touchdowns as a senior in 2016. Once the Stars get started, the Scott-Howard connection can be a thing of beauty to watch in the USFL. What better way to debut than against Fedora and the Breakers.
While the Stars will try to surprise some, the Breakers’ defense is looking to take advantage of Philadelphia’s inexperience. Former Virginia Tech CB Adonis Alexander often gets his hands on the ball, and the rest of the high school ranks among the best in the USFL. Fedora doesn’t have the hottest name on the QB market in Kyle Sloter, but the Breakers have gotten him solid support in the WR room and via RB Larry Rose III. It will be interesting to see which of the Stars or Breakers gets things done first.