Auburn vs. Mississippi State: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
Auburn Tigers vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs
On Saturday afternoon, the undefeated Auburn Tigers and the undefeated Mississippi State Bulldogs will meet in Starkville, Miss. Both are coming off huge home wins last weekend, with the Tigers easily taking care of LSU and the Bulldogs defeating then-No. 6 ranked Texas A&M.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET
Live Stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV Coverage: CBS
10/04: Mississippi State 48, Texas A&M 31
Mississippi State vaulted itself into the national title conversation last weekend with a convincing win over the Aggies. Dak Prescott entered the Heisman conversation with 268 yards passing and two touchdowns. On the ground, he had 77 yards and three more scores. The Bulldogs racked up 559 yards of total offense on the Aggies.
09/20: Mississippi State 34, LSU 29
Mississippi State pulled off a stunning win in Death Valley in its opening SEC game of the season. In the Bulldogs' victory, Dak Prescott threw for 268 yards and two touchdowns. He also added 105 rushing yards on 22 carries and another score on the ground. Wide receiver Jameon Lewis finished the game with 116 yards on five catches with a score. At the start of the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs were up 34-10.
09/13: Mississippi State 35, South Alabama 3
The Bulldogs earned an easy win over South Alabama. Dak Prescott threw for 201 yards and one touchdown. He also went topped 100 yards on the ground again, finishing up with 139 yards on 14 carries. Mississippi State finished with 514 yards of total offense in the win.
09/06: Mississippi State 47, UAB 34
Mississippi State held off a scrappy UAB team for the win in its second contest of the season. Dak Prescott finished the game with 211 yards through the air and four touchdowns. He added 111 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Running back Josh Robinson was the top performer out of the backfield with 124 yards on 20 carries.
08/30: Mississippi State 49, Southern Miss 0
The Bulldogs opened up their season with a convincing win over the Eagles. Dak Prescott threw for 284 yards and four touchdowns. Josh Robinson led the way on the ground with 87 yards on 14 carries. On the afternoon, Mississippi State racked up 550 yards of total offense.
10/04: Auburn 41, LSU 7
Auburn avenged its only loss of the regular season last year by easily handling LSU at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Nick Marshall finished the game with 207 yards through the air and two touchdowns, while adding 119 yards on the ground with two more scores. Sammie Coates went for 144 yards receiving, and Cameron Artis-Payne finished with 126 rushing yards.
09/20: Auburn 45, Louisiana Tech 17
The Tigers beat the Bulldogs on Auburn's homecoming weekend. Auburn had 254 rushing yards and 219 yards through the air. Cameron Artis-Payne (116 yards) and Nick Marshall (105 yards) both rushed for more than 100 yards. Marshall also completed 10-of-17 passes for 166 yards and three touchdowns. Quan Bray was the team's leading receiver with three catches for 91 yards.
09/13: Auburn 20, Kansas State 14
The Tigers took the lead on a 40-yard pass from Nick Marshall to Ricardo Lewis with 1:34 left in the first half and never trailed again. Marshall completed the game with 231 passing yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Auburn was aided by Kansas State's three turnovers and three missed field goals.
09/06: Auburn 59, San Jose State 13
Cameron Artis-Payne ran for 112 yards and three touchdowns in Auburn's 24th straight non-conference win at home. The Tigers finished with 358 rushing yards, making it the 13th consecutive game in which they rushed for at least 200 yards, the longest active streak in the FBS. Auburn’s 109 points in its first two games are its most to open a season since scoring 122 in the opening two games in 1995.
08/30: Auburn 45, Arkansas 21
Jeremy Johnson started in place of Nick Marshall, who was serving a suspension. Johnson threw for 243 first-half yards, the first Auburn quarterback to top 200 yards in a half since Cam Newton in 2010. Marshall returned in the second half with the score tied at 21 and ran for a touchdown. The Tigers improved to 306-5 all-time when scoring at least 30 points.