Clemson vs Auburn live stream: How to watch online

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The Auburn Tigers are set to host the No. 2 Clemson Tigers at 9:00 PM ET on Saturday, Sept. 3. Here’s how to watch it online.

One of the marquee matchups this Saturday features No. 2 Clemson hitting the road to take on the Auburn Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Kickoff in this highly anticipated game will be at 9:00 PM ET. ESPN will broadcast the game and the available live stream will be available at WatchESPN.

Clemson enters the 2016 slate expecting nothing less than a College Football Playoff National Championship. The Tigers came up a win shy of that goal a year ago, falling to Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide in Glendale. Dabo Swinney’s team should be favored in every game its plays, as the Tigers have the best quarterback in the country in junior Deshaun Watson.

Meanwhile, Auburn is in a make-or-break year for head coach Gus Malzahn. Malzahn signed a multi-year extension back in June, but hasn’t been able to dominate the SEC like he did back in 2013. The Tigers will have their backs against the wall all year long, but are going with Sean White as their starting quarterback over Jeremy Johnson and John Franklin, III.

Clemson will be the road favorite in the game, giving Auburn 7.5 points at home. Auburn will need to capitalize on its home field advantage to play spoiler in this ACC/SEC regular season matchup.

Date: Saturday, September 3rd

Time: 9:00 PM ET

Location: Auburn, Alabama

Stadium: Jordan-Hare Stadium


Live Stream: WatchESPN

Can Clemson begin its march to perfection with a key road win against a tough opponent on Saturday? Will Auburn upset the No. 2 team in the nation on its home turf? It’s a game that has all the makings of a major upset, but could just as well end up being a coming-out party for Watson and Co.

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Clemson fields arguably the deepest roster in college football, but Auburn is known to sneak up on teams early in seasons when nobody expects much out of them. This could be a blowout in favor of Clemson, but Auburn won’t go down without an honest fight.