Coming off a tough loss to Alabama, LSU (6-3, 3-2 SEC) is all-but eliminated from SEC West contention. At this point, LSU is playing for pride. Arkansas (4-5, 1-4 SEC) might be playing for a little more. One week removed from needing a fourth-quarter comeback to top Coastal Carolina, the Razorbacks come into Baton Rouge playing for a chance at bowl eligibility, the right to climb out of last place in the West and potentially coach Bret Bielema’s job.
Here’s all the information you need to know about the game Saturday:
LSU-Arkansas football game time, details
Teams: LSU (6-3, 3-2 SEC) vs. Arkansas (4-5, 1-4 SEC)
Location: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, La.
Time: Saturday, November 11, 11:00 a.m. CT
What TV channel will LSU-Arkansas football be on?
The game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN.
How can I watch LSU-Arkansas football online?
Internet users can stream the game through WatchESPN. A mobile version of the stream is accessible through the Watch ESPN App. Both WatchESPN and the Watch ESPN App require a cable or satellite login and password.
How can I listen to LSU-Arkansas football on the radio?
A radio broadcast of the game will be accessible through the LSU Sports Radio Network. Baton Rouge residents will be able to listen to the game on 98.1 FM Baton Rouge. Internet users can find the radio feed featuring Chris Blair, Doug Moreau and Gordy Rush through LSUsports.net/live.
How else can I follow LSU football Saturday?
You can follow live stats online through ESPN.com or through LSUstats.com. Twitter users can get up-to-the-minute updates by following @LSUfootball, or by following SEC Country’s beat writers Alex Hickey, Nick Suss and Sam Spiegelman live from Tiger Stadium at @bigahickey, @nicksuss and @samspiegs.
LSU-Arkansas game preview
If there’s one team LSU should be happy to see right now, it’s Arkansas. Opponents are averaging 5.32 yards per carry versus Arkansas this season, the second worst mark in the SEC and the third worst among Power 5 schools. Last year, the Tigers rushed for 390 yards and 5 touchdowns versus Arkansas en route to a 38-10 victory in Fayetteville.
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Arkansas’ offense could present an interesting task for Dave Aranda’s defense. The Razorbacks have put up 38 or more points in five separate games this year, but averaged a total of 14.5 points per game in tougher games against TCU, Alabama, Auburn and South Carolina. If LSU’s defense plays up to its potential like it has intermittently this season, it should be able to shut down Arkansas’ offense. If not, this game could be a shootout.
Expect a steady dose of Derrius Guice for LSU, but also plenty of Darrel Williams. Guice rushed for 252 yards and 2 touchdowns versus Arkansas in 2016, but Leonard Fournette also rushed for 98 yards and 3 touchdowns in that game. A varied rushing attack led the Tigers to victory a year ago, and the Tigers are almost certain to return to that well again this season.
LSU projected starting lineup: Offense
QB: Danny Etling
RB: Derrius Guice
WR: D.J. Chark
WR: Russell Gage
WR: Derrick Dillon
TE: Foster Moreau
H-back: J.D. Moore
LT: Saahdiq Charles
LG: Garrett Brumfield
C: Will Clapp
RG: Ed Ingram
RT: Toby Weathersby
LSU projected starting lineup: Defense and special teams
DE: Christian LaCouture
NT: Greg Gilmore
DE: Rashard Lawrence
OLB: Arden Key
ILB: Donnie Alexander
ILB: Devin White
OLB: Corey Thompson
Nickel: Donte Jackson
FS: Grant Delpit
SS: John Battle
CB: Greedy Williams
CB: Kevin Toliver
PK: Connor Culp
P: Josh Growden OR Zach Von Rosenberg
LS: Blake Ferguson
KR: Clyde Edwards-Helaire
PR: D.J. Chark
KS: Cameron Gamble
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