The Alabama/LSU game (Saturday, 8:00 PM, ET on CBS), the first No. 1 vs. No. 2 regular season matchup in SEC history, will be streamed live by CBSSports.com and is also available through CBS Sports Mobile.
No.1 LSU vs No. 2 Alabama can be viewed at: CBSSports.com/SECLive
iPad and iPhone users can watch the game by downloading the CBS Sports app (free) at: cbssports.com/mobile
CBSSports.com will provide week-long coverage leading up to the Alabama/LSU game from the following team of experts:
CBSSports.com Writers Covering Alabama/LSU this week
- Dennis Dodd: Senior College Football Columnist
- Bruce Feldman: Senior College Football Columnist
- Tony Barnhart: “Mr. CFB”
- Brett McMurphy: College Football Insider
- Jerry Palm: BCS Expert
- Bryan Fischer: College Football Recruiting Analyst
Fans can visit the Alabama/LSU Central page, to get all the latest news and notes leading up to the game, including CBSSports.com RapidReports from each program. The Alabama/LSU matchup will also be featured all week long on CBSSports.com’s Eye on College Football Blog. Additional daily features on the game will include the following:
Defense package: Dodd (LSU) and Feldman (Alabama) look into what makes these two defenses so devastating.
Breakdown of LSU’s recruiting by Fischer.
Noon-1 pm ET: Live Chat with Dodd on Alabama/LSU.
Barnhart posts the Q&A from his interview with Alabama coach Nick Saban.
Breakdown of Alabama’s recruiting by Fischer.
Feldman & McMurphy post picks for Week 10 including Alabama/LSU selections.
Dodd will post a piece on the incredible 10-year run at LSU which had its roots with Gerry Dinardo getting key athletes from Louisiana to stay home, such as Kevin Faulk, but took off when Nick Saban came in and closed down the borders.
Fischer: Alabama/LSU recruiting head to head.
Dodd: Weekend Watch List, leading with Alabama/LSU.
Fischer: List of high school recruits who will be attending the Alabama/LSU game.
Palm: Will predict BCS scenarios for the loser of the game.
Dodd and Feldman will be at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa covering the game.
Following Saturday’s game, SEC football fans can go to CBSSports.com for the “5th Quarter with Gary Danielson,” an interactive show produced live from the SEC ON CBS CRUISER, an all-access mobile media vehicle fully outfitted with the latest technology. The “5th Quarter with Gary Danielson” will provide fans an opportunity to chat with Danielson and discuss all the day’s SEC storylines and college football news.
This week, Bruce Feldman will join Gary for the The “5th Quarter with Gary Danielson” to give additional insight and perspective on the outcome of the biggest college football game to date in the 2011 season.
The “5th Quarter with Gary Danielson” can be viewed by visiting: cbssports.com/gary
Fans can also follow Danielson via Twitter: @DanielsonCBS.