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The LSU Football Twitter account announced on Wednesday that LSU and Wisconsin will kickoff in primetime to open up the 2014 season:
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LSU Football @LSUfball
2014 will open in primetime! LSU vs. Wisconsin will kickoff at 8 p.m. CT on @espn @TexasKickoff
Per SECDigitalNetwork:
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ESPN will showcase a Big Ten vs. SEC contest pitting No. 14 Wisconsin against No. 13 LSU in the AdvoCare Texas Kickoff from Houston on Saturday, Aug. 30, at 9 p.m.[ET] LSU won the only two previous games against Wisconsin (1971 and 1972).
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Baton Rouge is CST, so is Houston. The game kicks off at 8. It'll be 9 for the east coast. 6 for the west coast.
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8pm? Suck.
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Maybe this will help:
LINK
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8pm CST is 9pm CDT...so you're wrong in your comeback whilst calling him a "dummy." It will still be during Daylight Savings Time at that point... However, the game is at 8pm CDT.
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Now let's imagine this game being played, on a Saturday Night, in Tiger Stadium. What could've been...
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good point...i may be one of them....Il try hard and roll with beer most the day but when it comes down to it, I cant trust myself against my love for scotch...but il be in front a TV thats for sure
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8pm CST.....which is Central Standard Time....which is where Tiger nation is.......dummy
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I said Joe Montania!
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the game starts at 8
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Not hating the time spot. But, I doubt many Tiger fans will remember this ball game with it being a 9 p.m. kickoff.
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