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How To Watch Florida A&M Rattlers vs Arkansas Razorbacks: TV and Media Info, Lines, Game Notes

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Kicking Off 2017 Season In The Rock

NCAA Football: Belk Bowl-Arkansas vs Virginia Tech Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

Kickoff Time

7:00 pm CST.

Hype Video

Woo Pig

TVChannel

SEC Network

Announcers

Tom Hart Play-by-play, Jordan Rodgers Color with Cole Cubelic on the sidelines

Livestreaming: ESPN3.com or the WatchESPN App

Radio

Chuck Barrett and Quinn Grovey (in his first season in the booth) 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 157 and XM 190.

Lines

There aren’t many betting lines available for non-BCS matchups but I saw Hogs (-32) somewhere so we’ll go with that. With lots of rain in the forecast, an A&M team who has one under their belt and the an Arkansas team that won’t want to put anything on film for TCU, I’d take the points here, but still a comfy win for the good guys.

Weather

74 degrees at kickoff. Forecast calls for rain all day long, but the chance of rain dips to just 20% around kick-off so cross your fingers but bring the rain gear. I don’t imagine the rain will dampen the spirits on the golf course too very much and War Memorial will still be plenty lubricated by game time.

Notes

“Hello old friend. We’ve missed you. Please don’t throw up on the dog and burn another hole in the couch after passing out with a lit cigarette.”

This is Arkansas football, the old college buddy you're so damn excited to see again before remembering that while he’s holding a steady job, he still can’t hold his liquor very well and at some point he might just spew. But we’re excited to see him again none-the-less, hopeful that he’s finally got his stuff together and the first few hours over lunch are usually pretty great. Florida A&M is lunch. Everybody arrives on time and nobody get’s too trashed to make it to the next destination.

What I’m looking for out of this game in order are: Convincing Win, Everyone stays healthy, Who steps up at WR, What does the 3-4 look like against another real life football team. Anything else is icing on the cake. I said on our Pre-Season Roundtable that Arkansas would win 38-10, so I’ll stick with that. Go Hogs!