Watch Louisiana vs. Marshall: TV Channel, Live Stream Details, Start Time
Who’s in the Game?
Taking on: Louisiana vs. Marshall
The current standings for Louisiana are 2-3, and Marshall is 3-2.
What should be known?
On October 12 at 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time, the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns and the Marshall Thundering Herd are scheduled to compete against one another in a Sun Belt clash at Joan C. Edwards Stadium. After a win, the Thundering Herd will be walking in, but after a loss, Louisiana will be staggering in.
When you finish with 279 more yards than your opponent, as Marshall did the previous week, a favorable outcome is nearly certain to follow, as seen by the game’s final score. They triumphed over the Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs in their competition by a score of 28-7. Although the margin was large, it did not come as a surprise because Marshall was favored by 31 points going into the game. RB The performance of Khalan Laborn was outstanding for Marshall, as he rushed for two touchdowns and accumulated 191 yards on 35 runs in the game. During the fourth quarter of the game, Laborn scored a touchdown on a sprint for 78 yards. This was one of the most memorable moments of the game.
The Marshall defense was also a factor in the game, as it was responsible for three interceptions and one fumble recovery. DB Steven Gilmore made the play of the game by grabbing the interception and then scoring a touchdown by running it back the opposite way against the team’s intended direction of play.
When the Ragin’ Cajuns and the South Alabama Jaguars played each other a week ago, the score was tied at 7-7 at halftime, but the South Alabama Jaguars were more competitive than the Ragin’ Cajuns in the second half. The final score was a heartbreaking 20-17 for Louisiana. Even though RB Chris Smith had a good game for Louisiana, the team still ended up losing. Smith carried the ball 12 times and gained 107 yards on the ground. The deft footwork that Smith displayed was the first time this season that he reached the century mark (100 yards) in rushing.
The victory of the Thundering Herd moved them up to a record of 3-2, while the defeat suffered by Louisiana dropped their record to a reciprocal of 2-3. A few defensive statistics that should be kept in mind are as follows: Only 71.2 running yards are surrendered by Marshall per contest, which places them in a tie for fourth place among all schools in the country. Regarding Louisiana, they come into the meeting having allowed only five passing touchdowns, which places them in the 11th best position in the country.
What to do to watch
When: 7:30 o’clock on Wednesday evening Where: Joan C. Edwards Stadium in Huntington, West Virginia, starting at 5:00 p.m. ET TV: ESPN2 Streaming video is available online via fuboTV (It’s on the house. (This may be subject to some regional restrictions.) Continue reading for a history of the CBS Sports app series.
The lone game that these two teams have played against one another in the last eight years was won by Louisiana.
18 December 2021: Louisiana wins 36 and Marshall wins 21.
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