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Mississippi State vs. Vanderbilt: Game time, TV schedule, live radio stream, odds and more

Can the Bulldogs bounce back today after a tough first loss of the 2014 season last weekend? Before today's kickoff, make sure to get your TV, game time, odds, and streaming information for today's Mississippi State versus Vanderbilt matchup right here. New to For Whom the Cowbell Tolls? Sign up with us here! For more on today's game, make sure you check out our MSU vs. Vanderbilt game preview.

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The Bulldogs return to the field today following their first loss of the season last week to the Alabama Crimson Tide.  State didn't have much time to focus on the loss thankfully, as the Commodores come to town this weekend representing another opportunity for MSU to gain an SEC win.  The maroon and white may be tempted to look ahead to next weekend's Egg Bowl, but it's important that they focus on beating Vanderbilt first.  Hopefully this game will be an opportunity for the team to work out some frustrations after last weekend's five point loss on the road. Before kickoff today, make sure you get ready for today's game with our game preview post.

Broadcast Schedule:

Game Time: 6:30 P.M. CT
: Davis Wade Stadium, Starkville, Mississippi
TV: SEC Network [DirecTV: 611 | Dish: 404(SD)/408(HD) | UVerse: 607(SD)/1607(HD) | Comcast: 400(HD)/716(SD)]
Announcers: Tom Hart - play-by-play, Matt Stinchcomb - analyst, Heather Mitts - sideline

Live Online Stream: Here is your WatchESPN streaming link for today's game: [MSU vs. Vanderbilt]

Replay: The first replay of today's game will be Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. (goes great with your coffee!) on the SEC Network, with a repeat performance showing early Sunday morning at midnight.

Radio: As always, here are your radio options for today's game.

Odds: It's gameday, and currently the Bulldogs are 30.5-point favorites over the Commodores according to betting website So far this season, MSU is 7-2 against the spread, covering games against Southern Miss, South Alabama, Texas A&M and Kentucky, beating the spread against LSU, Auburn and Alabama, and failing to cover against UAB and Arkansas.

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