How to watch LSU football vs. New Mexico on TV, live stream

LSU football snagged a victory over Mississippi State in coach Brian Kelly's first SEC win last week. Now, for the first time in program history, LSU will face the New Mexico Lobos on Saturday (6:30 p.m. CT) at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge.

The remainder of LSU's 2023 schedule is officially set, the SEC announced Tuesday. Conference play is set to continue after the New Mexico matchup on Saturday. There are lot of questions for LSU, but Brian Kelly is ready to answer all of them and more.

Here is everything you need to know to watch Saturday's game.

How to watch LSU football vs. New Mexico on TV, live stream

Start time: 6:30 p.m. CT on Saturday, Sept. 24

Location: Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Online live stream: ESPN+, SECN+ (SECN+ allows you to log in with TV credentials)

Online radio broadcast: LSU Sports Radio

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Brian Kelly is the LSU football head coach. Danny Gonzales is the head football coach for New Mexico.

Whitney Prislac is a digital producer for the USA Today Network. You can follow her on Twitter @whitneyprislac.

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