6:00 pm CST.
Announcers: Dave Pasch Play-by-play, Greg McElroy Color with Tom Luginbill on the sidelines Livestreaming: ESPN3.com or the WatchESPN App (no notes of blackout at this time)
Chuck Barrett and Keith Jackson will call the game.
Here's the list of affiliates. (you can also stream the call from that link on standard or mobile)
On satellite radio, the game will be on Sirius 108 and XM 191.
Arkansas is once again a home dog. LSU is a 7 point favorite coming into Fayetteville on Saturday with an O/U of 46.5 set by Vegas. With a reinvigorated (and in November) Arkansas team playing and LSU team coming off of a Bama bruising, I’ll take the Hogs to cover here. I’ll also take the under.
The high temperature all day on Saturday is 50 with the kickoff temp around 38 with no chance of rain. Bundle (and bourbon) up for the game Hog fans.
For those of you who enjoy a nice steak, depending on the cut, some steaks need or at least are easier to enjoy once they’ve been tenderized a bit. There are sauces that do this, there are rubs, and then there’s a decent sized metal kitchen hammer. LSU got the kitchen hammer last week. Arkansas is hoping to enjoy some steak. In order to dine on Saturday, the Razorbacks will need to deal with one of the best running back corps in the nation on offense while finding a way to move the ball against a stout defense anchored by a very good (and improving) linebacker group with a secondary that plays the ball as well as any that Austin and his receivers have faced all season. Arkansas will have to establish the run game to open up the play-action game to keep The Boot for a third consecutive year. The offensive line will need a game very similar to last week versus Florida’s pass rush and turnovers simply will not be an option. If The Hogs can find a way to limit big plays by Fournette there’s no reason that Arkansas can’t win this game as well. I’ll predict 24-17 good guys.