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LSU will wrap up Spring Practice Saturday afternoon with their annual National L Club Spring Game at noon in Tiger Stadium. Per LSUSports.net:
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The game will be streamed on the SEC Network+ and will be broadcast in the Baton Rouge area on 104.5/104.9 FM and well as LSUsports.net/live.

The spring game will feature the Purple squad facing the White team in a four quarter contest. The first half will be played game-like with the exception of special teams, while the second half will feature two 12-minute running quarters.

The White team will be made of the 1s on offense and the 2s on defense, while the Purple squad is the 1s on defense and the 2s on offense. The 1s will face the 1s and the 2s will go against the 2s.

"We want to compete, this is another practice opportunity for us and that's why we are going first offense against first defense and second offense against second defense," LSU coach Ed Orgeron said. "We are going to rotate some players around, but we want to do enough things to let our players compete and have fun. Read more.
2021 National L Club Spring Game Times of Interest
10:30 a.m. LSU walks down Victory Hill
11 a.m. Gates to Tiger Stadium open (West and South gates only)
12:02 a.m. Kickoff: Purple vs. White

Filed Under: LSU Football
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

Comments

2 Comments
Couldn’t even get the Alt Channel WTF.
Reply28 days
Yeah, come listen to 2 idiots talk about everything except the game.
Reply28 days
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