Catch Tigers’ Games, Schedules & More


Since 1893, LSU has entertained football fans across the nation with its top talent and can’t-miss contests - not to mention its famous live tiger mascot, Mike. As a member of the powerhouse-packed Southeastern Conference, LSU faces tough opponents in SEC rivals like Auburn, Arkansas and Ole Miss. That’s why each year, fans come back to watch LSU football games in hopes of seeing their favorite team nab the coveted SEC West Division title.

See how the Tigers will stack up this year against its fellow Western Division teams and especially against its hotly anticipated matchup with rival Florida. See which rotating opponent LSU will face in this year’s other cross-divisional game, a tradition controversial among fans, but one that makes for an always-suspenseful matchup. Don’t miss out on this season’s hard-hitting LSU football action and find out when and where to tune in for this season’s games so you can start planning the next few months around what really matters - LSU football.




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Updated October 25, 2017

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Streaming limitations

The number of devices on which Sling content can be watched at the same time varies based on the Sling service. If you subscribe to our Sling Latino core services, you can enjoy two streams at a time.  If you subscribe to our Sling International core services, you can enjoy one stream at a time. If you subscribe to our Sling Orange service, you can enjoy one stream at a time. Any extras you add to your Sling Orange service will be included in your single stream. If you subscribe to our Sling Blue service, you can enjoy up to three streams of these channels at the same time. Any extras you add to your Sling Blue service will be included in your three streams. If you subscribe to both services in Sling Orange + Sling Blue, you can enjoy up to four streams at the same time. Because you are purchasing two separate services in Sling Orange + Sling Blue, you can get the total number of streams included on each separate service—one stream for any channel on the single-stream Sling Orange service and three streams for channels on the multi-stream Sling Blue service. To get up to four streams, go to the My Account page and make sure that the “show me only Sling Blue versions of channels in both services” box is not checked. 



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Channels Offered in Select Markets

Some local channels including FOX and NBC are only available in select markets. See which local channels are available in your area here.

Additionally, Sling Blue comes with FOX Regional Sports networks in select markets based on your billing zip code.

For later games, networks won’t announce where you can tune in until six to 12 days beforehand. However, you can cover all your bases by making sure your television package or streaming service gives you access to the channels that partner with the SEC: ESPN (including ESPN2and ESPN2) and SEC Network. Click here to learn more on how to watch LSU on Sling TV.


For LSU fans, college football season is the time of year where matchups are a can’t-miss event. And, have you heard the good news? A pricey TV package isn’t the only way to watch LSU live anymore. More and more college football fans are opting to cut the cord and turn to streaming services like Sling TV for their touchdown fix. Only Sling TV brings you the LSU games you’ve got to see on your favorite college channels like SEC Network - all for $30/month with Sling Orange + Sports Extra. The way you watch the Tigers action is up to you - catch LSU’s epic plays from your living room with a Roku, or tune in on a variety of popular devices to get the games you want anytime, anywhere. If you can’t stream LSU live, just record it with Cloud DVR to watch whenever you’re ready.

So whether you’re an alum, a local or just a fan of thrilling college football, you can count on Louisiana State to be a team whose matchups are always must-see TV. Be sure to tune in this season and watch the Tigers face rivals Florida and Alabama, or to see which star players will be the next ones drafted by the NFL. No matter their opponent, LSU promises action-packed games that leave fans hungry for more — and with Sling TV, you can catch top touchdowns for less.