What channel is LSU vs. Purdue on today? Time, TV schedule to watch 2023 Citrus Bowl

Quick Bit: Everything you need to know about how to watch LSU vs. Purdue in the 2023 Citrus Bowl in Monday.

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LSU finished the 2022 regular season with back-to-back losses, including an SEC Championship blowout at the hands of Georgia, but it was still a successful first season in Baton Rouge for Brian Kelly.

The Tigers got another boost with the news that QB Jayden Daniels will return in 2023, keeping that dynamic dual-threat component of their offense intact for the Citrus Bowl and beyond.

Daniels will be without his top two receivers, Kayshon Boutte and Jaray Jenkins, against Purdue. Boutte had initially committed to returning in 2023 before changing his mind and declaring for the NFL Draft.

Nevertheless, LSU remains a significant favorite. Purdue will be without QB Aidan O’Connell and top receiver Charlie Jones on Monday, and the Boilermakers are of course missing coach Jeff Brohm, who left for Louisville. Former NFL quarterback Drew Brees has even joined the thin Purdue staff as an assistant just for the Citrus Bowl.

With a win, LSU can secure its third 10-win season in the last five years, while Purdue is looking for an upset and back-to-back nine-win campaigns.

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The Sporting News has all you need to know to watch the Citrus Bowl between LSU and Purdue on Monday.

What channel is LSU vs. Purdue on today?

TV channel: ABC
Live stream: ESPN app, ESPN+, fuboTV

The 2023 Citrus Bowl will be broadcast on ABC on Monday. Bob Wischusen (play-by-play) and Dan Orlovsky (color analyst) will be on the call from Orlando.

Viewers can stream the Citrus Bowl with fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

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LSU vs. Purdue start time

Date: Monday, Jan. 2
Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET

LSU vs. Purdue will kick off at 1 p.m. ET on Monday from Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla.

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LSU schedule 2022

Sept. 4
vs. Florida State
Florida State 24, LSU 23
Sept. 10
vs. Southern
LSU 65, Southern 17
Sept. 17
vs. Mississippi State
LSU 31, Miss. State 16
Sept. 24
vs. New Mexico
LSU 38, New Mexico 0
Oct. 1
at Auburn
LSU 21, Auburn 17
Oct. 8
vs. Tennessee
Tennessee 40, LSU 13
Oct. 15
at Florida
LSU 45, Florida 35
Oct. 22
vs. Ole Miss
LSU 45, Ole Miss 20
Nov. 5
vs. Alabama
LSU 32, Alabama 31 (OT)
Nov. 12
at Arkansas
LSU 13, Arkansas 10
Nov. 19
vs. UAB
LSU 41, UAB 10
Nov. 26
at Texas A&M
Texas A&M 38, LSU 23
Dec. 3
vs. Georgia
Georgia 50, LSU 30
Jan. 2
vs. Purdue

Purdue schedule 2022

Sept. 1
vs. Penn State
Penn State 35, Purdue 31
Sept. 10
vs. Indiana State
Purdue 56, Indiana State 0
Sept. 17
at Syracuse
Syracuse 32, Purdue 29
Sept. 24
vs. FAU
Purdue 28, FAU 26
Oct. 1
at Minnesota
Purdue 20, Minnesota 10
Oct. 8
at Maryland
Purdue 31, Maryland 29
Oct. 15
vs. Nebraska
Purdue 43, Nebraska 37
Oct. 22
at Wisconsin
Wisconsin 35, Purdue 24
Nov. 5
vs. Iowa
Iowa 24, Purdue 3
Nov. 12
at Illinois
Purdue 31, Illinois 24
Nov. 19
vs. Northwestern
Purdue 17, Northwestern 9
Nov. 26
at Indiana
Purdue 30, Indiana 16
Dec. 3
vs. Michigan
Michigan 43, Purdue 22
Jan. 2
vs. LSU

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