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Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Ole Miss defensive back Tony Bridges, left, and linebacker C.J. Johnson sandwich LSU running back Leonard Fournette on Saturday in Oxford, Miss.

LSU will play under the lights again.

The Tigers' game against Ole Miss in Tiger Stadium is scheduled for a 8 p.m. kick on Oct. 22, the Southeastern Conference announced Monday. It will be televised by ESPN.

This gives LSU a fifth straight night game to open the 2016 home slate and an eighth straight dating back to last year.

The Tigers played Jacksonville State, Mississippi and Missouri at night in Tiger Stadium this season, and they're scheduled to play Southern Miss this week at 6:30 p.m.

The home team has won the last four meetings, and the Tigers beat Ole Miss the last three times they've played in Baton Rouge. The Rebels walloped LSU 38-17 in Oxford last season, and the Tigers knocked off then-No. 3 Ole Miss in Tiger Stadium in 2014.

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