Auburn football had one of its weirdest wins of all time against LSU last season. Now, Gus Malzahn’s Tigers are looking for any win they can get in Death Valley, a place where the program hasn’t been successful in the last 18 years.
No. 10 Auburn (5-1, 3-0 SEC) is on a roll heading into Baton Rouge, La., where it faces Ed Orgeron and LSU (4-2, 1-1 SEC). LSU knocked off Florida on the road last week, and it will want to atone for its last home game — a loss at the hands of Sun Belt program Troy.
Auburn defeated LSU, 18-13, last season behind 6 field goals from Daniel Carlson. The kicker from Colorado will probably get more help this time around, though, as the Tigers have scored at least 44 points in each of their last three wins. Here’s all the info you need to know about this clash of the Tigers:
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Auburn-LSU football game time, details
- Time: 3:30 p.m. ET/2:30 p.m. CT
- Date: Saturday, October 14, 2017
- Location: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, La.
- Line: Auburn by 7.5
What TV channel is Auburn-LSU football on?
CBS is broadcasting this game between Auburn and LSU.
Who is calling the Auburn-LSU football game?
Brad Nessler is the play-by-play announcer, Gary Danielson is the color commentator and Allie LaForce is the sideline reporter for the Auburn-LSU game on CBS.
How can I watch Auburn-LSU football online?
You can stream the Auburn and LSU game on the SEC on the CBS website.
How can I listen to Auburn-LSU football on the radio?
You can listen to the Auburn Sports Network call of the Auburn and LSU game with Rod Bramblett, Stan White and Ronnie Brown. Locally in Auburn, the broadcast is on 93.9 FM. The Auburn Sports Network also offers a stream on AuburnTigers.com and the TuneIn app.
Auburn-LSU football preview
- It’s been awhile: Auburn hasn’t beaten LSU in Baton Rouge since 1999, when the orange-and-blue Tigers came out with a 41-7 beatdown in Tommy Tuberville’s first season. Tuberville never got another win in Death Valley, and victories also eluded Gene Chizik. Auburn lost its only SEC game in 2013 at LSU and was defeated, 45-21, in 2015.
- 60 in 30: Auburn has beaten three straight SEC opponents by at least 20 points each for the first time since 1987.
- The touchdown champ: Auburn running back Kerryon Johnson leads the FBS in rushing touchdowns with 12. He missed two games because of injury, and all but one of his scores have come in the last three contests.