Last week was a little too close for comfort, but in the end the Bulldogs pulled out a win to move to 8-0. At this stage in the season, the only thing that matters is winning, and that will ring true again today as MSU takes on the UT-Martin Skyhawks for homecoming. The Bulldogs obviously want to win this one with ease, and don't be surprised if they go up big and rest some players before next week's matchup with Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Still, let's hope that the Bulldogs don't take former Bulldog Dylan Favre and the Skyhawks too lightly. They need to finish them off early before moving their attention on to the Tide. Before kickoff today, make sure you get ready for today's game with our game preview post and our Q&A, and make sure to check out our other coverage on the home page.
Game Time: 3 P.M. CT
Location: 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: Brent Musburger - play-by-play, Jesse Palmer - analyst, Maria Taylor - sideline
Live Online Stream: Normally, any game shown on the ESPN family of networks would have a WatchESPN link. That does not seem to be the case for today's game, set to air on the SEC Network, which is odd. I'll keep looking for a link and will add it if I find one, but for now you all may be stuck to the old fashioned tube for this one. You can also follow via live stats if you're really desperate.
Replay: The first replay of this game will be EARLY Monday morning (11/10) at 1:30 a.m. on the SEC Network with a second showing coming Wednesday morning (11/12) at 4:30 a.m. on the SEC Network as well. So if you're nocturnal or an insomniac, those showing times work out well! Or you can always DVR the game.
Radio: As always, here are your radio options for today's game.
Odds: Due to the UT-Martin Skyhawks being an FCS opponent, there are no betting odds for today's game (that I can find, at least). So far this season, MSU is 6-2 against the spread, covering games against Southern Miss, South Alabama, Texas A&M and Kentucky, beating the spread against LSU and Auburn, and failing to cover against UAB and Arkansas.
Editor's Note: Due to the issues we've been having with bots posting illegal live streams in the comments of these posts on a weekly basis, the comment section will not be open for this post..