LSU vs Florida Live Stream Is LSU’s offensive renaissance for real? With the Florida Gators in town, that question may finally get an answer. The Gators head to Baton Rouge led by junior QB Kyle Trask, who has led No. 7 Florida to a 6-0 record in relief of Feleipe Franks — out since he suffered an ankle injury in their victory over Kentucky.
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Trask will be pitted against LSU’s Joe Burrow, who has rewritten much of LSU’s offensive record book in just five weeks. The senior has led the No. 5 Tigers to an average of more than 54 points per game and is in the thick of the Heisman race behind 1,864 yards and 22 touchdown passes against only three interceptions.
WHO: No. 7 Florida (6-0) at No. 5 LSU (5-0)
WHEN: 11 a.m. (CDT)
WHERE: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
RADIO: LSU Sports Radio Network 98.1 (Baton Rouge) or 870 AM (New Orleans)
STREAMING: WatchESPN app
LSU: You can’t talk about LSU in 2019 without talking about its offense and quarterback Joe Burrow. He has thrown 22 touchdowns in the team’s first five games of the season. LSU’s school record for touchdown passes in an entire season is 28, so barring injury, it’s safe to say Burrow will have the record before long. Burrow threw five of those touchdowns last week against Utah State, and finished with 344 yards passing in the game. That made him the first QB in program history to throw for at least 300 yards in four consecutive games. The Florida defense will be the toughest unit they’ve faced all season to this point, however.
Florida: The Gators lost quarterback Feleipe Franks for the season a few weeks ago, but haven’t skipped a beat thanks to Kyle Trask. He played well in last week’s win over Auburn, throwing for 234 yards and two touchdowns. More importantly, he was able to return to the game after suffering a minor MCL sprain. The question heading into this week’s contest is what kind of impact it will have on Trask’s ability to perform this week. If Florida is going to go into Tiger Stadium and pull off the upset, it will need Trask healthy.