Saturday at 4:00 PM (Eastern) the Kentucky Wildcats (20-6, 10-3 SEC) have a rematch against the LSU Tigers (16-9, 7-6 SEC) in Rupp Arena. As everybody knows, LSU (especially Johnny O’Brytant) absolutely blasted the CATS in Louisiana the last game a few weeks ago, and several of the Wildcats were quoted today in saying they wanted payback, so it should be a good game. LSU is coming off a win against Mississippi State and 2 double-digit losses at Arkansas and at Texas A&M. The folks in Vegas started the gambling line at Kentucky winning by 12.5 points, but after the gambling started the line quickly moved down to 11.5 points. It’ll be interesting to see how much more that changes before tip-off.
TV CHANNEL INFORMATION:
TV Network: ESPN
Channel on DirecTV: 206
Channel on Dish Network: 140
Channel on Cable: Varies with provider and location–look it up with TitanTV.
LIVE VIDEO STREAM:
We plan on having a couple streaming options for you on our streaming page. We’ll have a link to the WatchESPN stream watch plus we’ll try to find a couple of other streams for those of you without access to ESPN3. Check back 10-15 minutes before the game for the links to appear.
LIVE AUDIO STREAM:
You can also listen to the game online straight from UK Athletic’s All Access website without any restrictions. Using this link, you can also listen to the pre-game and post game shows, which are always entertaining. The pregame show starts an hour and a half before the game, so you can start listening Saturday at 2:30 PM (Eastern) if you’d like.
INTERACTIVE LIVE BLOG:
Want to get some play-by-play and interact with fans in real time while the game is on? Then head over to Kentucky Sports Radio about 10 minutes before game time to participate in their live blog.
Our favorite place to discuss all things UK basketball with fellow CAT fans is over at CatsIllustrated. There are normally a few thousand people online during games and usually 1,000+ people online on days where there aren’t any games. There are topics about all things UK basketball here. I must warn you though, people can get extremely crazy after a UK loss.