Florida vs LSU

Florida vs LSU Live Stream The thick of SEC play starts now for the LSU Tigers (5-0) as they face the Florida Gators (6-0) in a heated rivalry on Saturday Night in Tiger Stadium.Some things change, and some things stay the same between this year’s matchup and the previous one. The bad blood is one thing that remains. So does Joe Burrow’s position at the helm for LSU.

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First Impression: Burrow had a rough start to last week’s win over the Utah State Aggies, but bounced back after the first quarter of play. His decision-making was particularly questionable in the beginning, and ball security was an issue for the offense overall. He still looked impressive on the stats sheet, and continues to be considered a Top 3 quarterback prospect by most draft analysts ahead of April.

Who: No. 7 Florida (6-0, 3-0 SEC) vs. No. 5 LSU (5-0, 1-0)
When: 8 p.m.
Where: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, La.
TV: ESPN
Radio: 103.7-FM, AM-850

Bottom line for Saturday: Burrow will be up against a defense as stout as LSU’s this week, and will need to be careful to avoid turnovers. Todd Grantham is one of the best defensive coordinators coaching college football, and he’s going to bring everything he can to throw Burrow off. The quarterback threw two interceptions in last season’s 27-19 loss. It will be a close game, but Burrow should come out as the better quarterback by a considerable margin when the action’s all over.

Both teams are in position to contend for their respective division titles in the SEC and a College Football Playoff berth. While a first loss in a top-10 clash won’t necessarily eliminate either team from contention, it’ll leave little to no margin for error going forward.

Are the Tigers unstoppable?

That has been the case in their first five games. No one has stopped — or even slowed down — what has appeared to be the best offense in college football. LSU is putting up ridiculous numbers: 416 passing yards a game, 571 total yards, 54.6 points. But the Tigers — and everybody else — will have a better gauge for how good this offense is tonight. For the first time this season, LSU is facing a legit defense, one that is coming off a dominant performance in a win over Auburn. While the Tigers are first in the SEC in scoring offense, the Gators are the same in scoring defense. LSU is first in the league in total offense, the Gators are second in total defense. So, something’s got to give tonight.

History making QB

Joe Burrow, the Ohio State grad transfer, has gone from functional quarterback to elite in his one year in Baton Rouge. Serviceable last season, he’s emerging as a Heisman Trophy candidate this season. He’s completed 127 passes for 1,864 yards and 22 touchdowns. It’s the most completions, passing yards and TDs through five games than any player in LSU history. The Gators will find out at least one thing about him tonight: he’s not the same quarterback that struggled in The Swamp last season, throwing two interceptions, including the one Brad Stewart returned for a touchdown in the closing minutes.

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