It’s Alabama weekS and the build-up will be massive, rightly so, even though the Tigers are currently underdogs they’ve shown drastic improvement over the last few weeks with wins over Florida on the road and number 10 Auburn at home.
The Alabama vs LSU game will be very important for the Tigers (3-1 in conference) moving forward as LSU controls their own destiny in the SEC West. That doesn’t mean that LSU will win this week, they probably won’t so don’t get your hopes up, but at least they have a chance.
Of course this game is usually a good one so CBS has opted to put the game in the primetime slot at 7 PM CT.
According to LSUSports.net this will be the 7th straight year the two teams will meet in primetime.
SEC Football Television Schedule
Nov. 4, 2017
SEC Network 11 a.m. CT – UMass at Mississippi State
ESPN – 11 a.m. CT – Auburn at Texas A&M
ESPN2 – 11 a.m. CT – Florida at Missouri
ESPNU – 11 a.m. CT – Western Kentucky at Vanderbilt
CBS – 2:30 p.m. CT – South Carolina at Georgia
SEC Network – 3 p.m. CT – Ole Miss at Kentucky
SEC Network Alt – 3 p.m. CT – Coastal Carolina at Arkansas
SEC Network – 6:30 p.m. CT – Southern Mississippi at Tennessee
CBS – 7 p.m. CT – LSU at Alabama