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You can live stream LSU football on a host of different devices, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Smart TV, iPhone, Android, and more. Our top pick for watching the remainder of the Tiger’s 2022-23 season is fuboTV. The platform is easy and intuitive to setup and gives LSU fans access to every game left on the 2022 schedule, plus regional coverage of the Saints.
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How to watch today’s LSU football game
Looking for a specific LSU football game? View our game by game LSU football streaming schedule below.
The most important channels for LSU football fans
The most important channels for watching LSU football in 2022 are CBS, ESPN, ESPN2, and the SEC Network. The SEC Game of the Week and the SEC Championship game will remain on CBS through the 2023 season. Big SEC games with national championship implications will be broadcast on CBS and ESPN, with the less important matchups usually appearing on ESPN2 or the SEC Network.
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Live streaming LSU Tiger football: our top picks
fuboTV carries the local CBS affiliate in Baton Rouge, WAFB CBS 9, as well as CBS affiliates across the nation. This gets SEC football fans the SEC Game of the Week, featured night games, and the SEC Championship game.
In addition, ESPN and ESPN2 come in the base package. An upgrade to the “Sports Lite” package is required to access the SEC Network, but most of LSU’s games will be on ESPN or CBS, so Tiger fans may not need to spend the extra money. We list fuboTV as our top pick here in part based on the excellent user experience and ease of setup. If you need to get a game on fast, fuboTV is a great choice.
fuboTV is also our top pick for watching the Saints.
Hulu + Live TV gets LSU fans WAFB, which is the local CBS affiliate in Baton Rouge, as well as CBS affiliates nationwide. Although the base package lags behind the competition in terms of DVR storage, SEC Network is included, and the ESPN+ bundle offers a great lineup of college football, out-of-market NHL and MLB, as well as UFC events. Louisiana is home to two of the UFC’s all time greats, Daniel Cormier and Dustin “the Diamond” Porier.
Although you can’t get access to CBS on Sling TV without an air antenna, Sling Orange plus Sports Extra gives fans access to ESPN, ESPN2, and SEC Network at a great price.
Pair Sling TV with Paramount+ for CBS access, including WAFB in Baton Rouge, and you will still be saving money.
YouTube TV checks all the boxes for watching LSU Tiger football. A Google account is required to sign up, but it’s worth the extra step for all of the innovative features YouTube TV has built into the platform.
The best budget option for watching LSU football
Paramount+ carries the local CBS affiliate in each market nationwide, but no ESPN, ESPN2 or SEC Network. However, the price will be too attractive to pass up for many fans, especially since the NFL on CBS lineup offers a full solution for streaming the NFL in AFC markets.