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Alabama Vs. Louisiana State Live Stream: How To Watch Online

Alabama Louisiana football game live stream online

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For over 30 years, the Alabama Crimson Tide has squared off with the LSU Tigers. These longtime rivals will go at it once again this Saturday evening in Baton Rouge on the Tigers’ turf. But the Crimson Tide will not give way to the ravenous hometown crowd in Louisiana, as they are in prime focus to continue their undefeated streak and will look to wash away the Tigers into the sea of defeat. The Tigers are sure to put a fight, since it’s been a trend for the Tigers and the Crimson Tide to go at it neck and neck. The last seven out of ten games these two college football warriors clashed, the game ended with a close match that was decided by nine or fewer points. Let’s see how close the game will be Saturday night!

Since 1982, these two teams have gone head to head in early November showdowns. The Tigers are the underdogs (or undercats) here as they going up against an undefeated team who also won last year’s SEC and Consensus National Champions. But can the Tigers turn this all around on the Crimson Tide? With their interim coach Ed Orgeron, the Louisiana team has won three games in a row, but will they be able to carry that win streak into Saturday night against Alabama?

Excited about the game? You should be. This game is a battle between historic college football rivals, who have been battling in early November for 34 years. If the Tigers can somehow defeat the seemingly unstoppable Crimson Tide, you can beat on Ed Orgeron being promoted from interim to permanent coach. But the Tide may just steamroll through another team. You can find out this Saturday evening by live streaming the game online, your television, tablet, or mobile device. Scroll down to find out how to see all the drama unfold live!

Alabama vs. LSU Viewing Details

Date: Saturday, November 5, 2016
Time: 8:00 P.M. EST
Location: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream (computer): (Simulcast and All-22 feed)
Live Stream (mobile): Download the CBS Sports App

How To Watch Alabama vs. LSU Live Stream Online

Hey, buddy, looking to stream this bad boy online? Cool. But first, you’re going to need a cable or satellite subscription to access what I’m about to tell you. Just listen to me: go on log-in or sign up to see the early November tradition between the Crimson Tide and the Tigers. See the game with all the pride on the line! Can the hungry Tigers from Louisiana maul and devour the team from Alabama? Or will the Crimson Tide continue their season-long undefeated streak? Watch online with the link I provided and see for yourself! And best of all, this is all free to watch with your cable or satellite subscription! And who doesn’t love free football? Those people are surely not reading this live stream article, I’ll tell you that!

How To Watch Alabama vs. LSU Live Stream On Mobile/Tablet

You’re going to need a cable or satellite subscription for this one too. I’m assuming you want to watch the Alabama Crimson Tide take on the LSU Tigers from your mobile or satellite device. Well, you’re in luck! Click here to access the CBS Sports App, where you can also download apps to follow your favorite college and high school sports teams, draft your fantasy teams, and of course, there is an app to live stream the game this Saturday night between the Tigers and the Crimson Tide. There are so many different football apps to choose from, all for free with your cable or satellite subscription! Free is good, right?

You can download the app to watch the game on Google Play or on the Apple App Store. What are you still doing here? Click the links and get in-sync with all the football fun! See you on the field!

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