This Saturday night, Rebels and Tigers look to fight! Football titans from Ole Miss and LSU battle it out under the bright lights of college football, putting their bodies on the line for that moment of sweet victory. You’ll need to tune in to see all the drama played out on the field from the comfort of your living room, office, or anywhere on the go.
Ole Miss is looking to rebound from their most recent defeat against Arkansas, where they were so close to victory, yet so far, losing by only four points as the score read “34-30.” Quarterback Chad Kelly may have fumbled with his team’s shot at victory against the Razorbacks from Arkansas, but by Saturday night, he’ll be looking to run through LSU to help his team rise in the ranks and fight off the stigma of defeat. But Chad Kelly and his boys over at Ole Miss will have a lot to contend with combating a fearsome team of Tigers from Louisiana State University, who have been on a hot streak the last two games under interim coach Ed Orgeron, as they raked in spectacular victories, decimating the Missouri Tigers 42-7 (I guess Louisiana has much better tigers) and they soundly defeated Southern Mississippi’s Golden Eagles.
How will Ole Miss stop LSU, a team that looks to be red hot and blazing? Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze says, “I think this is when you find out a lot about yourself, a lot about your team, and a lot about your kids.” Out of the six games that Ole Miss has played in the season, they have only won half, while LSU has won four games this season. But unlike LSU, Ole Miss has not yet turned around disappointment and they’re going up against a team with a fresh coach and a fresh mindset that is all set on winning. So, like Hugh Freeze implies, we’ll learn a lot about each team by the heart they show on the football field, demonstrating to the audience how much a victory for their home team really means for the players, who will break under pressure and who will thrive.
Pride will be on the line this Saturday between two embattled warriors of college sport. And you’ll have a chance to see it all! Just look below to see all the details on how to watch Ole Miss vs. LSU!
Ole Miss vs. LSU SEC Game Viewing Details
Date: Saturday, October 22, 2016
Time: 9:00 P.M. EST
Location: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
TV Channel: ESPN
Live Stream (computer): WatchESPN
Live Stream (mobile): WatchESPN
How To Live Stream Ole Miss vs. LSU Game Online
Are you away from the television set? Are you biting your nails, nervous that you may miss a football game jammed pack with drama? Well, then chill out. ESPN has you covered. It’s more than just a television network, they offer services where you can live stream the game online and on the go.
You may be thinking, “Well, thanks for the advice, Brian, but where do I go to access this great service? You still didn’t tell me that yet!” Well, hold your horses, hypothetical reader; I’ve got you covered. Just click on WatchESPN to live stream the action right on your computer screen. The only catch is that you’ll need to sign in with your cable or satellite provider information. But if you got that then you’re good to go because you’ll get this service for free! It’s completely covered with your cable or satellite subscription!
How To Live Stream Ole Miss vs. LSU Game Mobile or Tablet
Would you rather watch the game on your mobile or tablet device? That’s awesome! Although I’m still stuck in the stone age by sticking to the television screen to watch sports, I’m sure you’re different. You’ve made this far in my article for a reason, haven’t you? Alright, I’ll cut the chit-chat and give you the skinny on how to access this game. If you’re set on watching the game through a tablet or mobile device, then you’ll need the ESPN app.
You might ask, “But where can I download the ESPN app?” Oh, there are so, so many options. You can download the app off of Google Play, iTunes, Windows Store, Amazon App, Xbox One, Roku, and PlayStation 4,
How To Live Stream Ole Miss vs. LSU Online Without Cable Subscription
Don’t have a cable subscription, but still want to watch the Ole Miss Rebels take on the Tigers from LSU? Well, no big deal. You’re still safe to live stream all the action!
You can watch the game live on Sling TV, with the Sling Orange package ($20 a month), but if you listen to me, you can watch it for free! Yes, I know, sports journalists can rhyme too!
When you click on the Sling website, you’ll see a light blue bar with the words “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – you’re gonna wanna click this to watch a showdown between competing college football teams from Louisiana
You’re going to need to pick the Sling Orange package, it costs $20 a month, but if you cancel within seven days, you will not be charged. But if you chose to stick around with Sling, you’ll be able to see your favorite shows from ESPN (2, 3 and Original), you can laugh it up on Comedy Central, and watch a new take on journalism with Viceland. So, if any of this sounds appealing, you may want to shell out that extra 20 bucks a month for sports, action, cartoons and news.
What are you waiting for? The game is coming up soon and if you made it to the end of the article, I’ll bet that you don’t want to miss a moment!