Here is all the gameday information you need whether you’re coming to Tiger Stadium to watch the LSU Tigers host the Florida Gators, you’re just coming to tailgate and enjoy the revelry Baton Rouge has to offer or you’re enjoying the game from the comfort of your home.
“We’ve had a really good week of preparation in all three phases and we are going to have to play well in all three areas of the game to have success,” Les Miles said. “I like the way we have performed on offense and I think the defense continues to make strides. I’m looking forward to getting back into Tiger Stadium for what should be a great day for football.”
LSU will be attempting to win their 28th game in the past 29 at Tiger Stadium and score 30 or more points for the seventh straight time to extend their current record.
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Records: LSU 5-1 (2-1), Florida Gators 4-1 (3-0
Rankings: LSU No. 10 AP Top 25/ No. 11 USA Today Poll. Florida No. 17 in both
When: 2:30 p.m. CT
Where: Baton Rouge, La. Tiger Stadium
Weather: 84 at kickoff under partly cloudy skies, 20 percent chance of precipitation and winds out of the southwest at five mph full forecast here.
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TV: CBS (HD) and to view the live stream online you can watch here.
Broadcasting crew is Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson with Tracy Wolfson as the sideline reporter
Live Stats: LSUsports.net/livestats
The last time these two permanent SEC rivals played it was Florida who won in a defensive battle 14-6, but the last time they played in LSU the Tigers smoked the Gators 41-11 en route to an undefeated regular season. In fact, Florida hasn’t won at LSU since they won in 2009 when they were the No. 1 team in the country.
It should be a great game with a dominant Florida defense going against this record setting LSU offense, but the home field advantage should help the Tigers coming away victorious.