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This has the potential to be extremely interesting. Or not. So it goes in men's college basketball, and so it goes on Saturday as the No. 1 Baylor Bears play host to No. 14 West Virginia.

On one hand, Baylor only has one loss this season, way back in November. It soaked No. 2 Kansas by 12 points. And the Mountaineers have been sliding down said mountain, having dropped their last three on the road — and outscored by 34 points in those contests, no less.

On the other hand, it's a college basketball game as we look toward March Madness on the horizon, and anything can happen.

And that's why it's an excellent time to take a look at ESPN+ — which happens to be the only place you'll be able to watch Saturday's game. (Which tips off, by the way, at 4 p.m. Eastern.)

ESPN+ is the streaming arm of the venerable sports network. It's where you'll find sports that simply can't fit on TV, which certainly will happen during the basketball season. (You can check out the full ESPN+ basketball schedule here.)

And ESPN+ isn't just home to college basketball. You'll find virtually every sport there at some point. Soccer. Baseball. Football. Hockey. Live, or on-demand. It's the only place to watch UFC pay-per-view events, including the upcoming UFC 248 featuring Israel Adesanya defending his title against Yoel Romero on March 7.

So if you want to check out Saturday's game, take advantage of that free trial. After that ESPN+ is only $4.99 a month. It's even cheaper if you pay for a year up front — and don't forget there's that incredible bundle with Hulu and Disney+, too.

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ESPN+ has a mountain of live sports — and that includes the meeting between Baylor and West Virginia on Feb. 15. Among, ya know, so many other. games.

How to stream West Virginia at Baylor with a VPN if you're outside the United States.

The Baylor-West Virginia game is on ESPN, which is great if you're in the United States. But if you're outside of the country for work or business or are just laying low for a bit — we won't ask too many questions — and you still want to watch the game, you might want to consider a VPN.

That's short for Virtual Private Network, which means you'll be piping your network traffic through a specific set of servers back in the good ol' US-of-A, which makes it look like your computer is back in America. And that should be good enough to get your game on.

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