How to Watch: Tennessee vs. No. 20 LSU

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    Tennessee has a new head coach. Last time the Vols had an interim coach lead them late in the season, they won. But that game was also against a lowly Kentucky team to end the 2012 season. This time, the Vols are hosting No. 20 LSU.

    The Tigers come into this game fresh off a beat down of Arkansas while the Vols are coming off an embarrassing loss to Missouri. That loss, along with many other factors, cost Butch Jones his job. Now the Vols are being led by Brady Hoke for the remainder of the season.

    LSU will be the fourth ranked team Tennessee has faced this season. The Vols are winless against said opponents this year, dropping a close one to Florida (remember that was a ranked match-up?) and getting blown out by both Georgia and Alabama.

    Tennessee will be looking for the upset to keep their bowl hopes alive. But a loss will eliminate them from bowl eligibility.

    If you can’t make it to the game today, here’s all the information you need to watch or listen to the Tennessee vs. LSU game.

    Kickoff: 7:00 Eastern, Neyland Stadium (Knoxville, TN)

    TV: ESPN (Bob Wischusen, Brock Huard, Allison Williams)

    Streaming Online: WatchESPN.com or the Watch ESPN app

    Radio: Vol Network, Sirius 138, XM 190

    Line: LSU (-16)