How to Watch, Stream, Listen to LSU vs Mississippi

Both LSU and Mississippi State hope to get the SEC off to a good start. However, only one will come out of the top when the Tigers (1-1) and Bulldogs (2-0) play at Tiger Stadium on Saturday.

Kickoff is set at 5 p.m. CT on ESPN with Joe Tessitore in play by play, Greg McElroy as analyst and Katie George as side reporter. The game will be broadcast on ESPN+, and can be accessed via the ESPN app.

For those who can’t watch or stream the game, they can listen to LSU Sports Radio Network’s broadcasts for free at LSU Sports mobile appon a computer at, and on the main radio station Eagle 98.1 FM in Baton Rouge, and at all Radio network affiliates. The Voice of Tigers, Chris Blair and Doug Morrow will be on standby, along with Gordy Rush on the sidelines.

As of Thursday afternoon, the last streak with Mississippi’s Caesars Sportsbook favorite sat by 2.5 points with over/under at 53.5. The line opened at 3.0 points, then fell to 2.0 before rising to 2.5.

Mike Leach Air raid offense is second in the conference after Georgia and fifth nationally, with an average of 385.0 yards for a game through the air. Brian Kelly He knows his defense faces a major challenge.

“I have a lot of respect for Coach Leach, and he’s obviously starting to insult,” Kelly said. “It’s an offense of accuracy. He’s very well trained. And you know, there’s a level of patience and persistence that you need in defense, because if you’re trying to disrupt him in one way, there are answers they have.”

“The answers are tried, true and tested. So, look, this is going to be our guys’ attention to detail. They will have to handle very well. This really brings out the really good principles of defensive football.”

LSU will have to move the chains and hold on to the football, so that its defense is not eroded.

caller signal Jaden Daniels It ranks second in the conference in terms of completion percentage (77.8), slightly behind Mississippi Will Rogers (78.6), and his 132-yard lanes only make Bryce Young six among the quarterbacks.

The LSU offense will go where Daniels takes it. Over the last eight drives, the youngsters’ transition has led the Tigers to the finish zone in every single one.

“I think you start off efficiently with Daniels,” Kelly explained. “His ability to keep eight active engines in a row and turn them into a landing. I think that’s a great place to start. So, you know, I think there’s still growth there, and he’ll tell you if he’s standing here. There’s still growth and recognition.”

“But he’s malleable. I think I mentioned this the last time we talked about him, it’s his behavior when he comes to the fringes. He’s very adaptable, he takes information, he talks to the box, he talks to me on the sidelines where you can get him from the information and he can pick up on that and move on. to the next series.

LSU leads the overall series with the Bulldogs, 76-36-3.