The 2013 NCAA football live stream and TV schedule doesn't hold too many compelling matchups on Saturday, Sept. 21, although an SEC matchup in Baton Rouge could provide one of the highlights. Auburn and LSU will lock up for a nighttime meeting on the gridiron, with LSU looking to get their first win in the conference for 2013. Auburn vs. LSU is one of many TV and live stream NCAA games being presented by the ESPN networks on Saturday.
The SBNation site reported on Sept. 21 that LSU is currently ranked as No.6 overall in the AP Top 25 poll and No. 7 in the USA Today Coaches' Poll. Auburn, while 3-0 so far this season, has not cracked either of the polls, yet. Auburn does hold a win in-conference so far, having defeated Mississippi State 24-20 just last weekend at home. LSU will attempt to get that first win of the season at home tonight, where they are 2-0 on the season.
The ESPN.com game preview notes that LSU started this season as the No.12 overall team in the nation, but they've slowly managed to move their way up. Back then, the Tigers were outranked by five other SEC squads, but now their is only one above them: the No.1 team in the land, the Alabama Crimson Tide. Wide receiver Jarvis Landry told reporters he's happy with the shape this newly-designed offense is taking, as he said:
"We're building a great offense here. Each week, we correct the mental mistakes and we correct the physical mistakes. We watch tape each week and just try to get better. The execution is much better this year. Guys have a year under their belt. They are not nicked up. They are healthy."
Vegas odds makers have LSU favored to win this one by two touchdowns with the over/under set at a combined 56 points for these SEC foes. Leading the way for the Tigers on offense will be quarterback Zach Mettenberger, who currently has tallied about 800 yards of passing along with 9 touchdowns. Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry have combined for 576 yards receiving and 9 touchdowns. The LSU ground attack has been equally impressive as Terrence Magee has 210 yards on 26 carries with 3 touchdowns, and Jeremy Hill has 167 yards on 17 carries with 3 touchdowns. These players have all helped LSU win their games against then No.20 TCU (37-27), UAB (56-17), and Kent State (46-13) just last weekend.
For the opponents, the Auburn Tigers, they've been impressive in terms of their rushiny yards so far, ranking at No. 32 in the nation with 238.7 averaged per game. Corey Grant and Tre Mason have racked up a combined 436 yards between them, along with two touchdowns each. Auburn's junior QB Nick Marshall has 585 yards on 43-for-70 passing, along with 4 TD's thrown. On the other side of things, Auburn also ranks highly in their defense so far this season, at No. 31 overall in the nation with only 17.7 points allowed. Of course, that may change against LSU in today's game if the other Tigers put up a ton of points.
The Auburn vs. LSU 2013 meeting on Saturday, Sept. 21 has a start time of 7:45 p.m. EST. The game will be presented on TV via ESPN for cable or satellite viewers. Cable and satellite customers with WatchESPN access will also be able to see this NCAA game live streaming online. Radio coverage will take place on Sirius 94 or XM 201, in addition to various LSU and Auburn affiliate stations.