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No. 4 LSU (3-0) travels to Nashville to play Vanderbilt (0-2) on Saturday morning in Vanderbilt Stadium. Kickoff is set for the 11 a.m. CT on the SEC Network.

The Tigers are currently a 24.0 point favorite and the over/under is set at 62.

Calling the game will be Tom Hart (Play-by-Play) and Jordan Rodgers (Analyst) with Cole Cubelic reporting from the sidelines. This will be the same crew that called LSU's last game vs. Northwestern State. Per

The early kickoff on the road will pose a unique challenge, but it’s one head coach Ed Orgeron has faced before – the Tigers knocked off Louisville 29-9 in a 2016 Citrus Bowl matchup that kicked off at 10 a.m. CST.

“We're going to work hard on it, I promise you that,” Orgeron said earlier this week. :We're going to bed early at 9:00. We're going to get up, have a call out meeting at 7:00, wake them up. We're going through the same itinerary that we did against Louisville. We’ve got our work cut out for us to get the guys going, get them going early in the morning, but we'll get it done.” Complete Preview
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