How to Watch Purdue Football Against LSU in the 2023 Citrus Bowl

How to Watch Purdue Football Against LSU in the 2023 Citrus Bowl

ORLANDO — Purdue’s football season ends Monday when the team takes on No. 16 LSU in the 2023 Cheez-It Citrus Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando.

The Citrus Bowl experience was wonderful for our team. We’ve worked really hard to get to this point,” Purdue interim head coach Brian Brohm said. “It’s a great Bowl game, a great moment atmosphere. Just all the events, all the excitement leading up to that game, to be able to face a top opponent in LSU, a team that made it to the SEC championship game. It will be a big challenge for us, but we look forward to this challenge and this opportunity.”

The Boilermakers are making their 21st appearance in program history and fourth in the past six years. They are 11-9 all-time in bowling games, winning four of their last six games, including a thrilling 48-45 overtime win over Tennessee in last year’s TransPerfect Music City Bowl.

The team enters the game with an 8-5 overall record and has a chance of winning nine straight for the first time since 1997 and 1998. Purdue won the Big Ten West for the first time in league history. forward losing 43-22 in the Big Ten Championship game to No. 2 Michigan.

LSU posted a 9-4 overall record after losing 50-30 to No. 1 Georgia in the SEC Championship Game.

How to watch Purdue football vs. No. 16 LSU Who: Purdue Boilermakers (8-5, 6-3 Big Ten) vs. No. 16 LSU Tigers (9-4, 6-2 SEC) What: 2023 Cheez- It Citrus Bowl When: 1 p.m. ET on Monday, January 2, 2023 Where: Camping World Stadium in Orlando TV: ABC TV Announcers: Bob Wischusen (play-by-play), Dan Orlovsky (analyst) and Kris Budden (sideline). Stream: Watch fuboTV (start your free trial!) Radio: Purdue Sports Radio Network (96.5 FM WAZY) Radio Announcers: Tim Newton (play-by-play), Pete Quinn (analyst), Kelly Kitchel (sideline) and Nate Barrett (producer). Point spread: LSU enters the game as a 15-point favorite over Purdue, according to the SI Sportsbook. The plus/minus is 54.5. Series history: This will be the first meeting between the two programs. Meet the coaches

Purdue: Brian Brohm is the Boilermakers’ interim head coach until Ryan Walters takes over the program in 2023. Brohm has spent the past six seasons as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He led Purdue to a 24-20 win over Iowa to open the 2020 season as interim head coach and calling in place of Jeff Brohm, who missed the game after testing positive for COVID-19. 19.

“The coaching staff, myself included, everyone stepped up and also had the opportunity to show what they are,” Brohm said. “I feel good about where our team is, our preparation. There’s a lot of excitement about this game.”

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LSU: Brian Kelly is in his first season in charge of the Tigers. He spent 12 years as head coach at Notre Dame, leading the Fighting Irish to a 92-40 overall record. Kelly is 6-5 in bowl games during his head coaching career.

“These guys want to play, and that’s what’s great,” Kelly said. “The guys who are going to be on this pitch want to be there and want to represent their universities and want to play the game the right way.

“As coaches that’s all we want. We want guys who love to play, who love to compete. I think you’re going to see two teams that want to be there and want to play their best, so that should be an exciting encounter.”

Purdue 2022 Stats (per game) Running: 28.1 Runs Allowed: 24.6 Running Yards: 123.1 Passing Yards: 287.2 Total Offensive: 410.3 Total Defense: 349.8 2022 LSU Stats (per game) Points: 32.3 Points Allowed: 23.2 Yards of Running: 181.1 Yards of Passing: 261.6Total Offense: 442.7Total Defense: 361.6Related stories on Purdue footballLSU QB Jayden Daniels Headlines Final Test for Purdue Defense: LSU Junior quarterback Jayden Daniels is a dynamic playmaker in the Tigers’ backfield. Purdue’s defense will be tasked with slowing him down Monday at the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando. CLICK HERE Austin Burtin, quarterbacks enjoying the opportunity: Austin Burton, a sixth-year senior from Purdue, will make the third start of his college football career when the team takes on LSU in the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl. He and the rest of the team’s remaining quarterbacks will have the chance to learn from Drew Brees. CLICK HERE Citrus Bowl gives Mockobee a chance to chase another stage: Purdue redshirt freshman running back Devin Mockobee approaches 1,000 rushing yards with one more game to play. His magical season will come to an end when the team takes on LSU in the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl. CLICK HERE Drew Brees Named Purdue Assistant Coach for Citrus Bowl: Drew Brees played four years with the Boilermakers from 1997-2000. He is the program’s all-time leader in completions, attempts, yards and touchdowns . CLICK HERE Aidan O’Connell, Payne Durham, Charlie Jones pull out of Citrus Bowl: Purdue will be without quarterback Aidan O’Connell, tight end Payne Durham and receiver Charlie Jones when they face No. 16 LSU in the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl. CLICK HERE Cory Trice withdraws from Citrus Bowl: Senior Redshirt cornerback Cory Trice will not play in Purdue’s game against LSU in the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl. He has announced that he will be entering the 2023 NFL Draft. CLICK HERE

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