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How To Watch Arkansas vs Florida: TV and Streaming Info, Point Spread, Weather, SEC Nation, Notes

Finally, someone not in the SEC West! (It may not matter)

NCAA Football: Texas State at Arkansas Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Kickoff Time

2:30 pm CST


Channel: CBS

Announcers: Brad Nessler Play-by-play, Aaron Taylor Color with John Schriffen on the sidelines (Game 1 of the Annual CBS Doubleheader. Gary and Verne will be in Baton Rouge)

Livestreaming: and the CBS Sports 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 83 and XM 190.


Florida is a 4 point favorite over the Hogs this week. The O/U is currently 47.5. With Arkansas coming off a bye this week and being back at home in Fayetteville, I like the Hogs +4 here and the under.


67 degrees at kickoff and no chance of rain. 2:30 kickoffs are the perfect game time and this should line up for the perfect day to spend on campus tailgating and/or enjoying SEC Nation who will be in town this week. They’ll be posted up on Old Main from 9-11am local time, but please refuse to participate in that awful arguing segment with PAWL.


You often hear college football writers and talking heads say something like, “Team A’s bye week couldn’t have come at a better time.” Well, in Arkansas’ case one week earlier might have been a better time, but second to that the ability to regroup after a humiliating showing at Auburn 2 weeks ago is pretty good timing for this Razorback squad. Florida is coming off one of their two big rivalry games while I’m guessing the Hog training staff disassembled Austin Allen and put him back together in the lab somewhere. A major point of discussion in this matchup has been Florida’s one-sided team. Florida’s offense has been very underwhelming and doesn’t mirror either Bama or Auburn’s offensive style. Florida’s defense on the other hand has been very good with an excellent secondary as their primary defensive weapon. It’ll be interesting to watch Arkansas deep WR corp in these matchups (provided Austin has more than 2 seconds to get rid of the ball). Expect to see several changes on both sides of the line with poor play by both of those squads in the game against Auburn. This has been the point in the past two seasons where Bielema’s teams have turned a corner and finished up very strong. I wouldn’t be surprised at all to see that happen again this year. I’ll take the Hogs by a field goal here 24-21.