Don’t expect Western Kentucky to be intimidated by playing against an SEC opponent.
First, the game is on the Hilltoppers’ turf and second, they’ve already encountered the biggest, baddest team the SEC has to offer in Alabama in Week 2. That didn’t turn out so well (a 38-10 loss) but give WKU credit because Nick Saban said it was the most disappointed he’d been after a win “maybe ever.” The Hilltoppers had a little to do with that.
Here is everything you need to know about how to watch Saturday’s game.
What time is the Vanderbilt vs. Western Kentucky game?
Time: 4:30 p.m. (ET) kickoff
Date: Saturday, Sept. 24
Location: Smith Stadium, Bowling Green, Ky.
What TV channel is showing the game?
CBS Sports Network will show the Vanderbilt vs. Western Kentucky contest. Also, the network will provide live streaming of the game at cbssports.com/watch/cbssportsnetwork/. You can listen on Sirius Channel 108 and XM Channel 191.
Who is calling the game?
John Sadak is handling play-by-play duties, while Randy Cross will provide analysis and Taylor Rooks is the sideline reporter.