LSU basketball vs. Mississippi State: Game time, TV channel, how to stream SEC Tournament game online (March 7, 2018)
LSU basketball takes on the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Thursday in the SEC Tournament. See below for information on how you can watch, listen to and stream this game.
For the second straight season, LSU and Mississippi State closed out their regular seasons against one another, only to draw each other in their first SEC Tournament matchups. Unlike last year, however, this season LSU and Mississippi State meet up on Day 2 after earning first-round byes. The winning team will go on to face Tennessee in the third round of the SEC Tournament, while the losing team will be eliminated.
With a win, LSU can virtually guarantee a hosting gig in the first round of the NIT. It’s not impossible for LSU to play its way into the NCAA Tournament, but that would likely have to involve either winning the conference or making it to the conference championship game and playing close.
LSU basketball versus Mississippi State game time, details
Who: LSU (17-13, 8-10 SEC) versus Mississippi State (21-10, 9-9 SEC)
When: Thursday, March 8, 2018, 6:00 p.m. CT
Where: Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Mo.
What TV channel will LSU basketball versus Mississippi State be on?
Thursday’s game will be broadcast nationally on the SEC Network.
How can I listen to LSU basketball versus Mississippi State on the radio?
Baton Rouge residents can listen to the game on the radio by tuning to 98.1 FM Baton Rouge. Internet users can find a stream of the broadcast at LSUSports.net/live.
How can I stream LSU basketball versus Mississippi State online?
Thursday’s game will be streamed through WatchESPN.com. Mobile users can access the stream through the Watch ESPN App. Both the SEC Network Plus and WatchESPN require cable or satellite passwords to log in.
How can I follow along with the game live?
Projected starting lineup: LSU basketball
Point guard: Sophomore Skylar Mays
Point guard: Freshman Tremont Waters
Shooting guard: Junior Daryl Edwards
Power forward: Senior Aaron Epps
Power forward: Senior Duop Reath