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LSU officially announced Tuesday morning that the annual L-Club Spring Game will be played at nighttime in Death Valley on April 22 at 7 p.m. CT. The game will be televised on The SEC Network.

This will be first time the game has been played at night since the mid-1990s. Per LSUSports.net:
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LSU opens its first spring practice under Orgeron on Saturday, March 11. The Tigers practice a total of 15 times during the spring, culminating with the National L Club Spring Game on Saturday, April 22.

The last time LSU played a spring game at night came in 1995 when the Tigers had a 6 p.m. kickoff under first-year coach Gerry DiNardo.
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So O is bringing back the magic???
Reply6 months
Sweet!
Reply6 months
Coach O doing shite that TD and fans have wanted since before Saban. Good job Coach O
Reply6 months
Not gonna lie... it's usually 50/50 if we go to the game. The family and I are in this year. Crawfish tailgate before a night game, shite I can't wait. Gonna be great
Reply6 months
Well I'll be there for sure now!
Reply6 months
Wow terrible hire. We should have just kept Peveto. At least he could recruit
Reply6 months
I think you clicked the wrong thread bro. You should probably read the actual article when you click on it.
6 months
#1 wrong article genius. #2 it's not a hire when you are a volunteer consultant.
6 months
Hell yeah. Gonna do a mini tailgate and boil some crawfish.
Reply6 months
I'll make the trip for this one!!
Reply6 months
Coach O keeps impressing
Reply6 months
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