How to watch/listen to No. 5 LSU take on No. 7 Florida

Glen West

It goes without saying that Saturday night in Death Valley against top-10 Florida will be one of if not the most important football game in Baton Rouge this season.

The Tigers are coming off a 42-6 win over Utah State, a performance that was a momentum builder for an inconsistent defense through much of the first four weeks of the season.

The win also proved important for the running attack, which averaged over five yards a carry for the first time all season.

Meanwhile the Gators come into Death Valley with a confident boost themselves after convincingly knocking off Auburn last week 24-13. The Florida defense sacked Auburn quarterback Bo Nix four times, intercepting him an additional three times and making a strong case as the conference’s best defense thus far. 

All in all, this sets up to be one of the best games of the college football season, in one of the craziest, electric stadiums in all of sports.

“Obviously, we're excited about this game, excited about ESPN Gameday being here,” coach Ed Orgeron said. “7:00, Saturday night in Tiger Stadium, LSU-Florida. It doesn't get much better than that. It's going to be a wonderful night for the LSU family of Tigers.”

With that being said, if you can’t make it out to Death Valley Saturday night, here is how you can follow along via television or radio:

TV: ESPN (7 p.m.)

Online Stream: WatchESPN

Radio: Baton Rouge (98.1 or 104.5 FM), New Orleans (870 AM or 105.3 FM)

A complete list of radio stations available can be found here.