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Minnesota Football: Three keys to beating Louisiana and how to watch

How do you watch the Gophers and Louisiana on TV and 3 keys to a Minnesota win

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 16 Minnesota at North Carolina Photo by Lee Coleman/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Time to get things figured out with 1 game against a Group of 5 team before Michigan comes to town. But is Louisiana a pushover?

How to Watch

Time: 110;0
Stream: FoxSports app

No, the Rajin’ Cajuns are not a pushover, this is a good team from the Sun Belt and the Gophers better be ready.


  • No big plays allowed - Explosive plays have been killing this Gopher defense. Know your job and do it!
  • Balanced offense - Once again, please don’t go into turtle-mode. Run the offense and execute it!
  • Win turnover battle - Always an important stat, but especially when facing a smaller program at home. Take care of the ball, do not give them reason for hope.


  • #0 RB - Jacob Kibody - Leads the Rajin’ Cajuns with 311 yards rushing, which isn’t all that impressive. But he has a 9.4 yard per carry average. explosive plays!
  • #0 DE - Jordan Lawson - Sophomore end who has 4 sacks on the season. I am always nervous about guys getting pressure on the quarterback.


So the Rajin’ Cajuns are 3-1, but they really have not played anybody. This team, as recently as 2021 finished 13-1 and ranked #16 in the final polls. Billy Napier has since moved on to Florida.

Potentially a dangerous offensive team, but this one should be a Gopher win.

Minnesota - 34
Northwestern - 13