The New Orleans Saints and the Los Angeles Chargers will square off in the second preseason game tonight in California despite Hurricane Hilary skirting just to the east of the stadium.

Both teams come into the game 1-0 in the preseason.

The Saints defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 1 by a final score of 26-24 while the Chargers bested the Los Angeles Rams 34-17.

Kansas City Chiefs v New Orleans Saints
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This Week 2 game is scheduled to kick off at 6:05 pm from SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles and you can catch the game on television and radio in the Acadiana area.

KATC TV-3 will have the game on television while 103.3 The Goat has the radio broadcast. (The Goat also broadcast on 1420 am.)

Keep in mind that you can only catch the game on the radio over the air, as due to NFL restrictions, streaming is not allowed.

The TV coverage will feature Joey Meyers (play-by-play), Jon Stinchcomb (color analyst), and Erin Summers (sideline).

As for the Saints Radio Network, Mike Hoss will handle the play-by-play duties alongside former Saints running back Deuce McAllister as he provides color commentary, and Jeff Nowak is on the sidelines.

Former Saints quarterback Bobby Hebert alongside Steve Geller hosts radio pregame coverage, halftime commentary, and "The Point After" at the conclusion of the game.

Kansas City Chiefs v New Orleans Saints
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The game will also be available to watch on the NFL Network. It will also be streamed on NFL+ which requires a $9.99 a month subscription.

The Saints lead the preseason series with the Chargers 6-4, having won their last three contests. The last time the two teams met in exhibition play was on August 26, 2022, a Saints 27-10 win at the Caesars Superdome.

The 2023 regular season kicks off for the Black & Gold against the Tennessee Titans at home on Sunday, September 10 at 12:00 pm.

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