On Saturday evening, college football fans will watch as the No. 24 Mississippi State Bulldogs battle the No. 13 Auburn Tigers. Both teams are 3-1 overall to start their seasons, with Auburn undefeated in conference play so far while the Bulldogs are 1-1. Here's the latest Mississippi State vs. Auburn game preview with matchup odds, TV time, channel, and live streaming options.

NCAA game preview

With a 3-1 record overall and a 1-1 conference record, the Bulldogs are looking for a statement win on the road saturday night. They'll be coming into the game off their first loss of the season, a 31-3 beatdown from the Georgia Bulldogs.

Prior to that loss, they gave then-No. 12 LSU a beatdown of their own, winning 37-7 at home. For the season, Mississippi State is scoring 36.5 Points Per Game and putting up 439.8 yards of offense while allowing just 14.8 points per game and 258.8 yards of offense to opponents.

The Auburn Tigers are 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the SEC so far for their season. Their only loss so far has been to the Clemson Tigers, a team currently ranked No. 2 in the Top 25. Auburn averages 411 yards of offense with a good balance of their passing and rushing game. They also are allowing just 11.3 points to opponents and 236.3 yards of total offense.

Quarterback Jarrett Stidham has put up 846 yards and three touchdown passes on 72-of-102 completions while Will Hastings had 11 receptions for 210 yards and a touchdown.

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Running back Kam Martin has 23 carries for 210 yards and a touchdown for the Tigers as well.

Oddsmakers list the point spread as 7.5 points in favor of the home team, with Auburn also favored at -330 on the moneyline. The visiting Bulldogs are +7.5 points underdogs or +260 on the moneyline. Saturday's college football game has an over/under of 51.5 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Game time for the Mississippi State Bulldogs vs. Auburn Tigers is scheduled for 6 PM Eastern Time on Saturday evening. Live television coverage will be available on the ESPN network. Cable and satellite subscribers in the United States can use WatchESPN web portal or any of the compatible WatchESPN apps to watch it live streaming online.

SlingTV channel streaming service also includes ESPN and ESPN2 as part of their Sling Orange channel package. Viewers can sign up for a free one-week trial of the service via the Sling.com website and begin watching ESPN, ESPN2, and many other great streaming TV channels for the next week.