The No. 7 ranked LSU Tigers (7-2), led by quarterback Joe Burrow, meet the Arkansas Razorbacks (2-7), led by quarterback Ty Storey, in a Southeast Conference Week 11 NCAA college football game on Saturday, November 10, 2018 (11/10/18) at Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Here’s what you need to know:
What: College Football, Week 11
When: Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018
Where: Razorback Stadium
Time: 7:30 p.m. Eastern
Livestream: SEC Network on WatchESPN
Line: LSU -13.5
College football notes:
NUMBERS TO KNOW
9 — Touchdowns allow by Mississippi State this season, fewest in the country.
21 — Consecutive games won by No. 11 Central Florida. The Knights try to make it 22 against slumping Navy.
162-30 — The combined score of the last three games Michigan played against Rutgers, all won by the Wolverines. No. 4 Michigan is at Rutgers on Saturday.
0-9 — No. 16 Fresno State’s record at Boise State. The Bulldogs visit the blue turf on Saturday.
1984 — The last time Kentucky won at Tennessee. The 12th-ranked Wildcats try to make it victories in consecutive seasons against the Volunteers on Saturday.
OFF THE RADAR
UAB (8-1, 6-0) has won seven straight games, a program record, and can clinch the Conference USA West Division by beating Southern Mississippi on Saturday in Birmingham, Alabama. In just its second season after restarting the program, UAB could lock up a spot in the league’s championship game.
The Blazers have held five of six C-USA opponents to seven points or less.
HOT SEAT WATCH
The Sunflower Showdown between Kansas and Kansas State has been dominated by the Wildcats, who have won nine in a row. But both teams slog into this at 3-6, needing to win out to become bowl eligible. Kansas has already said coach David Beaty won’t return after this season. What about K-State coach Bill Snyder? The 79-year-old Hall of Famer signed a contract extension before the season, but that seemed more symbolic than anything else. There is mounting sentiment that it is time the program moved in a new direction, but Snyder doesn’t seem to want to budge. Losing to the Jayhawks might change that dynamic in Manhattan.
(The AP contributed to this report.)