— There will be plenty of drama surrounding this week’s LSU-Texas A&M game, but there will also be plenty to enjoy.
The SEC Network will offer a wide array of highlight packages including the highlight reels of each game, a live studio broadcast, an interactive scoreboard and the ability to stream the game on a mobile device.
This weekend’s game between the SEC Network’s LSU at Alabama and ABC’s LSU vs. Alabama will also have highlights.
Here’s a look at the highlights.
The live studio coverage is expected to be the biggest highlight.
The network will have a live broadcast of the first half of the contest on Sunday, Sept. 16.
This will be followed by a live replay of the second half on Monday, Sept 18.
The LSU-A&M contest will air on the SEC’s flagship network, SEC Network, on Saturday, Sept 19.
It will also air on ESPN2.
The game will also feature the SEC Women’s College Basketball Tournament, featuring top-ranked teams Alabama and LSU and No. 2 seed Alabama-Arkansas.
The final round of the tournament will feature the No. 1 seeded teams No. 4-6 and No 4-7 seed No. 8-10.
The full slate of games will be available for free streaming on the network’s SEC Network app.
The Alabama-LSU game is expected for an early kickoff at 8 p.m. on ESPN3.
It is expected that there will be some downtime during the game due to the ongoing tornado threat.
The first half will be streamed live at 5 p.g. and will include highlights from both teams.
In the second, the ESPN Network will feature live studio commentary from former LSU quarterback Nick Saban, who will be the host.
The studio will also provide live updates from the officials on the field.
SEC Network and ESPN3 will stream the first 10 minutes of the Alabama-Lafayette game.
The next half of action will be broadcast live on ESPNU.
The LSU-Tulsa game will air at 6 p.p.m., and will also offer live studio interviews from former head coach Dan Mullen.
The highlight reel will also include comments from Mullen, the head coach of the Tigers.
The Tigers will be playing for the first time since the 2010 BCS National Championship Game.
The SEC Network is scheduled to air the Alabama vs. LSU game live from its studio at The Spectrum at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
The channel will also broadcast the Texas A&m-Louisville game from its studios at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.