LSU vs Central Michigan: How to watch, listen, or stream the game

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Game three of the 2021 season gets underway on Saturday night in Death Valley. LSU looks to improve its record to 2-1 before jumping into SEC play against Mississippi State. The Tigers need a good performance to build some confidence before getting into the thick of conference play.

Head coach Ed Orgeron stated that most of the offensive line would be available for this game minus left tackle Cam Wire. Chasen Hines and Austin Deculus both return after missing the McNeese game. The offensive line as a whole needs to show a level of physicality in this game.

On defense, the group needs to build off of the McNeese game, they harrassed the Cowboys quarterback Cody Orgeron for most of the game. They racked up eight sacks and gave up just the one score on a 44-yard screen play. Limiting the big plays and getting to the quarterback is what they need to show this Saturday.

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How to Watch, Listen, and Stream

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Game Details:

  • Location: Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

  • Time: 6:30 p.m. CDT (Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic)

  • TV: SEC Network

  • Radio: LSU Radio Network

  • App: Watch ESPN

  • Live Stream: fuboTV (try it free)

  • Line: LSU (-19.5) per Tipico Sportsbook

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