Florida Vs. LSU Live Stream: How To Watch Online

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Hurricane Matthew may have postponed the game between the Gators and the Tigers on October 8, but no hurricane will be able to stand in the way of this Saturday afternoon’s game at Tiger Stadium. Both teams are hungry to take SEC East and go on to the conference championship game. Let’s find out which team is the hungriest. Is it the Tigers or the Gators?

The Florida Gators look to make it to the conference championship game for the second consecutive season. Meanwhile, the Tigers from Louisiana State University have been on a hot streak since their head coach Les Miles was fired and replaced by Ed Orgeron as the interim coach, one who has led the Tigers to four victories and one loss, improving their score 6-3. On the other end of the arena, the Gators stand strong at 7-2 in the season. However, the Gators are on the Tigers home court and will stand off against a ravenous hometown crowd. So, there will be an extra layer of tension and pride on the line for both teams to pull off the victory.

Will the Gators chomp down on the Tigers this Saturday afternoon? Or will the Tigers end up mauling the Florida Gators? Read below to find out how you can watch the game between these long-term rivalries. Here are two teams that have met annually since 1971. See for yourself how to watch all the action live online, on your television, tablet or mobile device.


Florida vs. LSU Viewing Details

Date: Saturday, November 19, 2016
Time: 1:00 P.M. EST
Location: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
TV Channel: SECN
Live Stream (computer): WatchESPN
Live Stream (mobile): ESPN App


How To Live Stream Florida vs. LSU Game Online

Prefer to watch the game online? Away from the TV screen? Don’t stress, I’ve got you covered! If you listen to me, you’ll be to watch the Tigers take on the Gators live and absolutely free. But there’s one catch: you’ll need to have a cable or satellite subscription. Bummer? Well, don’t worry. When you go down the page, I’ll show you how to watch the game without a cable or satellite subscription. But if you do have a subscription then you’re in luck, just look down to the next paragraph!

Just click on WatchESPN to see the continuation of a deep-seeded rivalry between the Gators and the Tigers. Will the team from Louisiana be able to shut out those Floridians? Or will the Gators feast on the Tigers? Click on the link and find out for yourself.


How To Live Stream Florida vs. LSU Game Mobile or Tablet

Prefer using your mobile or tablet device to see your favorite college games? Well, you’re lucky again, sports fan! ESPN has you covered! They have an awesome thing called the ESPN App, where you can live stream many of the top games from the big leagues to college sports. This app is totally free to download for cable and satellite subscribers that are hooked on ESPN and all of their exciting programming.

You may be asking yourself: “But where can I download this great app?” There’s more than a handful of options to choose, where you can download the app and stream this much-anticipated game. You can download the app off of iTunes, Google Play, Amazon App, Windows StoreXbox One, PlayStation 4 and Roku.


How To Live Stream Florida vs. LSU Online Without Cable Subscription

You can watch this exciting game online and I’ll tell you how and where. Just click on Sling TV, choose the Sling Orange package (which costs $20 per month), but if you pay attention to me, you can see this game completely free (along with a full week of streaming sports and shows from your favorite television networks).

Just click on the Sling website; you’ll see a light blue bar with those lovely words (and that very lucky number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – you’ll probably want to grab hold of this amazing offer and watch the game between the Tigers and the Gators absolutely for free (that is, if you decide to cancel within seven days).

You’ll have to pick the Sling Orange package, with an awesome deal of $20 a month, but if you cancel within seven days, you will not be charged a penny. Though if you choose 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, Adult Swim or FXX, and you can watch the odd world of journalism with Viceland. So, if any of this sounds too cool to pass up, you may want to shell out that extra 20 bucks a month for sports, action, cartoon, news and more!

Got what you needed to know? I hope so. Go now and watch the Gators take on the Tigers!

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