The ever classy and successful LSU Tigers football team, also known as the “Fighting Tigers”, represents Louisiana State University in our favorite sport of good old fashioned American football. The Tigers compete in both Football Bowl Subdivision of the National Collegiate Athletics Association and the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference alike.

LSU really does deserve the adjective, “Fighting”, as a part of their title.  This team has had great scores and great statistics throughout their years.  Some seasons for this team have been so good that other teams have grimaced at the thought of playing against them.

WE RECOMMEND: Live Stream the LSU Football Game with Sling

Wanna stream the Tigers for free in HD?  Sling TV is the first place to go.  This is a great alternative to cable. For one thing, they have the best options and the best selection for streaming college football like ESPN, SEC Network and Pac 12 Network.  Second of all, they have loads of other material and content as they stream multiple different networks.  Finally, they do a great, seven-day trial where you can stream as much as you want, for free!  Plus, did we mention HD?  We did, but seriously, HD content for free?  Get outta here! Get this package and you’ll get almost all LSU Football games live for $20 or so.

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Watch LSU Games with Hulu Live

Hulu is one of the most reliable names in streaming sports online. Their live streaming service is high definition, has very little lag, and works across all devices (computers, tablets, mobile, smart TVs and more). There’s no better way to stream live lSU Tigers games online than with Hulu. The best part? They have a risk-free seven day trial. Get access to it here:

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Fubo TV offers great college sports streaming packages

Fubo started as a plan to make it easier to stream live soccer in the United States, but has since expanded to include college football and NFL games (they offer things like NFL RedZone and such). Check out their offerings and get an exclusive free trial to stream LSU football games here:

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Out of market? Use a VPN

If you live in one city but want to watch an LSU game in another city, you can use a VPN to do so! A VPN will allow you to set a location where the game you want to watch is streaming, and then use one of the above streaming services to watch those games. We fully recommend NordVPN, and you can get a free trial to their service here:


Streaming LSU Football Games without Cable Using AT&T TV NOW

If you’ve already tried those other guys or just want something a little different you can also stream live LSU games on AT&T TV NOW, an app much like sling that doesn’t require cable and is a fraction of the cost. They have ESPN and those other networks like PAC-12 and SEC as well so head over to their signup page and start your seven day trial to stream college football games live right now:


CBS Provides a Couple of LSU Streaming Options

CBS offers a similar service that is not free but still has some good options.  It doesn’t have all of the college football teams, but it does have some of them and in HD too.  This is CBS’s new service, Paramount Plus. CBS College Sports Live is another streaming service they offer that gets you the top 50 college sports teams streaming (LSU isn’t one of them):

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Check Out the LSU Tigers’ Main, Official Website for All the Streaming Options


Any hardcore LSU fan knows the best place to go for anything and everything having to do with the Fighting Tigers is the main website.  This site has all kinds of goodies that will make any LSU fan salivate.  Their main website has schedules for the team, players, trades, picks, stats, final scores, fan merchandise, game recaps, projections, interviews, and more. Their schedule page will tell you whether they play on ESPN, ABC, SECN or CBS. Sling has all of those for $20 and no commitment!

Stay Away from Illegal Sites for the LSU Tigers Game

We get that there’s an appeal to get all of you college football for free.  But remember, there’s no such thing as a free lunch.  With, “Totally free”, sites you have to deal with viruses, malware, identity theft, and bugs.  Plus, did we mention that you can get in legal trouble?  Because you can.  Best to just stick with the legitimate sites that actually help you support the tigers too.