6:30 pm CST.
Channel: SEC Network
Announcers: Tom Hart Play-by-play, Jordan Rodgers Color
Livestreaming: WatchESPN.com or the WatchESPN App
RadioChuck Barrett and Quinn Grovey 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 145 and XM 191.
The line opened at Bama (-13) and like last week has worked its way up to (-15.5) *as of Friday afternoon* with an O/U of (52.5)
Now this is what football weather is supposed to feel like. 71 degrees at kick-off, almost no chance of rain with a slight breeze. Enjoy the weather and day, even if you don’t expect to enjoy the football.
Credit to Trent Shadid for the stat, it’s been 343 days since Arkansas last played an SEC opponent in Razorback Stadium. This is what you get when you have *3 home fields. Arkansas took a drubbing in this game last year at the hands of Kam Pettway’s brutal run game and guess what? He’s healthy agains just in time for the Arkansas game this weekend, yay! While I can honestly say that neither do I, I’m not sure how many Razorback defenders have the will to keep tacking that guy into the 3rd and 4th quarters on Saturday and with Auburn’s ability to score quickly this week’s game has the same scary ability to get out of hand like last year’s. I’m not sure it’ll get that bad, but with a backup QB again this week and an offense that has been plenty anemic, I don’t see much hope for the Hogs to win (or cover the number). I’ll predict Auburn 38 Arkansas 16 and once again hope I’m very wrong. Go Hogs!