LSU football vs. Georgia: Weather, TV channel, how to watch online
BATON ROUGE, La. — LSU football coach Ed Orgeron has no issue rebuilding the Tigers’ program in a SoCal kind of way and following the Pete Carroll USC model.
“It’s very similar, a lot of things that are in the building process, same thing we did there, how we recruit, how we approach things how we play defense,” Orgeron said Thursday night, asked by DawgNation to compare how he’s rebuilding LSU to how things were done during USC’s football dynasty.
“Our defense is very similar to the way Pete played defense, this is all about the ball, we preach turnovers, we preach energy, we preach effort, a lot of the same things that he preached.”
Orgeron, 57, had two coaching stints at Southern Cal. HIs first was from 1998-2004 under Paul Hackett and then Carroll, who led the Trojans to a school-record 34 straight wins from 2003-2005, finishing No. 1 in the AP poll in 203 and 2004.
Orgeron’s second coach at USC was 2010-2013, capped off by him handling interim coaching duties in 2013, going 6-2 after Lane Kiffin was dismissed.
LSU football-Georgia details
• Time: The game kicks off at 2:30 CT; 3:30 p.m. ET Saturday
• Date: Oct. 13, 2018
• Location: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, La.
• Weather forecast: Sunny with a high of 85 and a low of 66.
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• Watch: Brandon Adams and Jeff Sentell on the postgame show via DawgNation Facebook page.
How to watch LSU football-Georgia on TV
The Georgia-LSU game will be televised on the CBS Network. Brad Nessler will handle the play-by-play call and Gary Danielson will provide analysis. Jamie Erdahl is the sideline reporter.
How to stream Georgia-LSU football
The game can be streamed online at GTV on georgiadogs.com.
Where to find Georgia-LSU on radio
The game will be broadcast on WSB 95.5 FM, 750 AM, along with other Georgia Bulldog Sport Network (IMG) radio affiliates. Scott Howard is on the play-by-play call, Eric Zeier is the color analyst, and Chuck Dowdle is the sideline reporter.
Satellite radio Georgia vs. LSU football
The game will be broadcast on Sirius channel 103 and XM channel 192 (Georgia broadcast).
Georgia-LSU football game notes
• LSU has won 20 straight games at Tiger Stadium in October, a streak that dates back to 2009.
• The Tigers are 6-0 under Ed Orgeron following a loss.
• LSU is 14-0 under Ed Orgeron feature a 100-yard rusher.
• The Bulldogs won their most recent meeting in Tiger Stadium, beating LSU 52-38 in 2008.
• Georgia has scored on a fumble return or recovery advancement in each of its four SEC games this season.
• Georgia is averaging 42.8 points per game and is on pace to set the school record for scoring average held by the 2012 Bulldogs (37.8 ppg).
• LSU hasn’t allowed a first quarter touchdown in 10 straight games dating back to last season.
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