Whether you want to catch the Tigers/Crimson Tide game on the go, while tailgating, or plan on watching it at home, follow along for how to watch LSU vs Alabama on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV.

CBS is broadcasting the game and you can watch for free with a trial of CBS All Access if you’re not already a subscriber.

LSU vs Alabama starts at 3:30 pm ET on November 9 at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa. But of course, you can tune in earlier for all the pre-game coverage.

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Both teams are undefeated, both teams are equipped with Heisman contenders at quarterback and both are ranked inside the top three of the AP, Coaches and CFP polls. The winner of this game will be in the driver’s seat to represent the West in the SEC title game. The Tigers haven’t beaten the Crimson Tide since 2011.

How to watch LSU vs Alabama on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV

  1. Sign up for a free CBS All Access trial ($5.99/month afterward)
  2. Download the CBS All Access app on the Apple device you’d like to watch the game, and sign in with your account
  3. In the CBS app, tap the search tab in the bottom corner and search for the game
  4. In the CBS Sports app, choose the Watch tab and look for LSU vs Alabama for more coverage

On Mac or PC, head to CBS Sports on the web or the CBS All Access landing page.

Other options include watching CBS with over-the-air with an antenna, or through your cable or streaming TV provider.

How to watch LSU vs. Alabama on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV walkthrough

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