An SEC matchup featuring undefeated teams is sure to bring plenty of excitement of intrigue to this week’s college football slate as No. 7 Florida (6-0) heads to Baton Rouge to take on No. 5 LSU.
Saturday’s battle welcomes an interesting quarterback duel with the Gators (6-0) operating under backup quarterback Kyle Trask and the Tigers (5-0) led by a Heisman candidate in Joe Burrow.
Feleipe Franks opened the season as the starting Florida quarterback but suffered a season-ending ankle injury against Kentucky, allowing Trask to take over the offense. Trask has tossed seven touchdowns and two interceptions since being named starter, and is probable for Saturday’s matchup after exiting the previous game with a knee injury. Redshirt freshman Emory Jones has attempted 25 passes this year and will also be available.
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Burrow, meanwhile, has jumped onto the scene and elevated into Heisman status with a thunderous start to the season. The Ohio State transfer has already logged 22 passing touchdowns and 1864 yards and he leads the entire country in completion percentage at 78.4 percent.
Among his numerous highlights so far this year, Burrow had a five-touchdown, zero-interception season debut against Georgia Southern, had 398 yards and six passing touchdowns at Vanderbilt, and five touchdowns through the air and another on the ground in last week’s win over Utah State.
Below is all the info you need to watch Florida vs. LSU on Saturday, including kickoff time, TV channel and a full Week 7 college football schedule.
What channel is Florida vs. LSU on today?
TV channel (national): ESPN
Live stream: WatchESPN
This matchup between the Gators and the Tigers will be one of four games between top-25 teams on Saturday. No. 1 Alabama plays No. 24 Texas A&M, No. 6 Oklahoma takes on No. 11 Texas and No. 10 Penn State faces No. 17 Iowa.
The Alabama vs. Texas A&M and Oklahoma vs. Texas games will be streamable using the ESPN app.
Florida vs. LSU: What time is kickoff?
Date: Saturday, Oct.12
Start time: 8 p.m. ET
The game will be Florida’s seventh and LSU’s sixth game of the season. It will be broadcast on ESPN, with Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit calling the game.
Week 7 college football schedule (top 25)
Friday, Oct. 11
|Game||Time (ET)||TV channel|
|No. 20 Virginia at Miami FL||8:00 p.m.||ESPN|
|Colorado at No. 13 Oregon||10:00 p.m.||FS1|
Saturday, Oct. 12
|Game||Time (ET)||TV channel|
|South Carolina at No. 3 Georgia||Noon||ESPN|
|No. 6 Oklahoma at No. 11 Texas||Noon||Fox|
|No. 16 Michigan at Illinois||Noon||ABC|
|No. 23 Memphis at Temple||Noon||ESPN2|
|No. 1 Alabama at No. 24 Texas A&M||3:30 p.m.||CBS|
|Florida State at No. 2 Clemson||3:30 p.m.||ABC|
|Michigan State at No. 8 Wisconsin||3:30 p.m.||No TV|
|Washington State at No. 18 Arizona State||3:30 p.m.||Pac-12 Network|
|No. 25 Cincinnati at Houston||3:30 p.m.||ESPN2|
|Texas Tech at No. 22 Baylor||4:00 p.m.||No TV|
|USC at No. 9 Notre Dame||7:30 p.m.||NBC|
|No. 10 Penn State at No. 17 Iowa||7:30 p.m.||ABC|
|Louisville at No. 19 Wake Forest||7:30 p.m.||ACC Network|
|No. 7 Florida at No. 5 LSU||8:00 p.m.||ESPN|
|No. 15 Utah at Oregon State||8:00 p.m.||Pac-12 Network|
|Hawaii at No. 14 Boise State||10:15 p.m.||ESPN2|