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Arkansas vs. Auburn: Live stream, TV game time as Auburn Tigers defend SEC title

Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall looks to get the Tigers off on the right track in the 2014 college football season.
Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall looks to get the Tigers off on the right track in the 2014 college football season.
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Arkansas vs. Auburn live stream coverage will be made available at game start time on Saturday (Aug. 30). The Arkansas vs. Auburn game also might not draw as much attention as some of the other Week 1 match-ups, but the two SEC schools are looking for a statement win in Week 1. According to a report from ESPN on Saturday, all the experts feel that the Tigers are going to walk away with an easy win. The current odds favor them to win this game by 19 ½ points.

The No. 6 ranked Auburn Tigers are certainly looking to open the 2014 college football season with a statement victory. The Tigers were less than a minute from beating Florida State to capture the championship in 2013, so the team wants to confirm that they will be a force again in 2014. Quarterback Nick Marshall returns and will look to put up some big numbers to really get noticed in the SEC again. Last season, he had a problem with completing passes, but was still able to get a conference title for his squad.

The Arkansas vs. Auburn live stream coverage will be available through the Watch ESPN application. Game time is 4 p.m. ET and the broadcast will also air on the SEC Network from Jordan-Hare Stadium in Alabama. In the final 2013 SEC standings, the Arkansas Razorbacks finished 3-9 and last place in the West Division. The school was the only one in the West to finish below .500 overall. The Auburn Tigers finished 12-2 overall after beating Alabama and winning the West to make it to the title game.