LSU football will play its annual spring game under the lights in Tiger Stadium at 7 p.m. Saturday. Follow live updates from the below.
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How you can watch
The contest will be televised live on the SEC Network with Tom Hart (play-by-play), Andre Ware (analyst) and Tom Luginbill (sideline reporter) on the call. It will also be available to stream on the WatchESPN app.
How you can listen
The game will be broadcast on the LSU Sports Radio Network (104.5/104.9 FM locally in Baton Rouge) with Patrick Wright (play by play), Doug Moreau (analyst) and Gordy Rush (sideline reporter) calling the action. The game can also be heard on the internet at www.LSUsports.net/live. Click here for a list of LSU Sports Radio Network affiliates.
The team has been divided so that the format of the game will feature the 1s vs. the 1s (offense vs. defense) and the 2s vs. the 2s. Orgeron said the game won't feature much special teams.
The Gold team will feature mainly first-teamers on offense as well as the No. 2 defense, while the Purple team will consist of the No. 1 defense and the No. 2 offense.
The first half will feature two 12-minute quarters followed by a 15-minute halftime. In the second half, the Tigers will utilize a running clock for the two 10-minute quarters.
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