On Saturday, October 17 at 7:00 p.m. ET, the LSU Tigers will host the Florida Gators in Baton Rouge. The SEC conference matchup will certainly be one of the more exciting games of the week. Each school’s fans are hoping their team can stay hot and come out of the game with a victory.
The Southeastern Conference has broadcast agreements with ESPN and CBS. The LSU at Florida matchup will be broadcast on ESPN and will likely be one of its best games aired this season. In the past, the ESPN broadcasted games would have been unavailable without a cable subscription. Now, there are legal and affordable ways to watch live sports online. Which means you’ll be able to watch LSU vs. Florida live stream on your computer, mobile devices, or TV. Read on to find out more about your options.
LSU Tigers vs. Florida Gators Preview
Last season, both LSU and Florida had mediocre seasons. But, Florida’s performance led it to the Birmingham Bowl game, which it won over East Carolina. This bowl victory came after the Gators missed a bowl appearance in 2013 for the first time in 22 years. LSU had one of its worst season in the last ten years, since Les Miles has become head coach. It lost to Notre Dame in the Music City Bowl and finished with a .500 record in the SEC.
LSU has seemed to bounce back thus far this season. It once again had one of the best recruiting classes in the country and has started off the year with a couple great wins. Wins over Auburn and Mississippi State ranked 18th and 25th, respectively, have led it to being ranked 6th in the nation.
Florida is currently ranked the 8th best team in the AP poll, but with quarterback Will Grier suspended for the season, holding on to the ranking is sure to be difficult. It only cracked into the top 25 two weeks ago, but with back to back convincing wins of Ole Miss, ranked 3rd at the time, and a strong Missouri team they have shot all the way up to the top 10. The game between the two of the top teams in the SEC will be a great match up. Especially, since one of them will likely suffer a sizeable drop in ranking after their first loss of the season.
Watch the LSU vs. Florida Game Online Live with Sling TV
On the 17th, one of the best and certainly easiest options to watch the LSU vs. Florida game live will be Sling TV. Dish Network launched the streaming service in the beginning of 2015 to market to the growing number of people looking to ditch their cable subscriptions. One of its biggest marketing points from the get go has been its solid amount of offerings broadcasting live sporting events. Thankfully, one of these events will be the LSU vs. Florida game broadcasted live online.
Subscribers to Sling TV gain access to over 20 popular cable channels. These channels range in type and include ESPN, ESPN2, AMC, CNN, TBS, and TNT. The wide range lets you watch your favorite shows alongside your favorite teams without the need for an expensive package. ESPN also lets Sling TV users access its WatchESPN app using your Sling login. Through WatchESPN you can view ESPN3 and all of the games it will broadcast over the year. Just this weekend alone shows about 20 college football games being broadcasted on ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3. That’s an impressive amount of live college football games you could be watching for just the cost of a Sling subscription.
Sling TV’s (review) starting price is a $20-per-month package, which requires no contract, letting you cancel anytime you would like. For this rate, you can watch a ton of sports games and a wide array of TV shows each month. All of the live TV streams can be watched in several formats, ranging from directly on your computer, tablet, or phone all the way to right on the big screen through a connected device.
If you’d like to give Sling TV a test run, they have a free 7-day trial being offered at the moment. If you start the trial this week, you could actually watch the LSU vs. Florida game live for free.
If you are thinking you definitely want to get Sling TV for the rest of the college football season, you should check out their limited-time offer. If you prepay for three months of your service, which would take you to the end of the college football season, you receive either 50% off a Roku 3 player or a free Roku Streaming Stick. These connected devices let you watch Sling TV or other compatible services directly on your TV. At the end of the three months they will have paid for themselves and you will have watched as much college football as is humanly possible. Click here to learn more about these special offers.
Other College Football Games to Watch Online This Weekend
*All games can be watched on Sling TV and/or WatchESPN
Thursday, October 15, Auburn vs. Kentucky 7:00 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Thursday, October 15, UCLA vs. Stanford 10:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Saturday, October 17, Penn State vs Ohio State, 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC/ WatchESPN App)
Saturday, October 17, Michigan St. vs Michigan, 3:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Complete College Football Live Stream Guide
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