LSU football will take the field for its annual spring football game on Saturday at 5 p.m. CT. Follow the article below for information on how to watch, listen to, stream and follow along with the game.
Heading into Year 2 of the Ed Orgeron era in Baton Rouge, the LSU football team has plenty of questions to answer. The team is looking for new starters at quarterback, running back and wide receiver, has a new offensive scheme to go along with a new offensive coordinator and more than half of its starting defense to replace.
The spring game will be the first time fans get to see the 2018 Tigers play as a unit, and it’ll be a place where some of the question marks may begin to be answered.
LSU football spring game info
- What: The annual LSU football spring game
- When: Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 5 p.m. CT
- Where: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, La.
What TV channel can I watch the LSU football spring game on?
The game will be televised nationally on the SEC Network.
How can I listen to the LSU football spring game on the radio?
The game will be broadcast in Baton Rouge on 104.5 FM with Gordy Rush, Doug Moreau and Jacob Hester. Internet users can access the feed by visiting LSUsports.net/live.
How can I stream the LSU football spring game online?
A stream of the game will be available through the SEC Network+ with WatchESPN. Mobile users can access the stream on their wireless-enabled devices through the ESPN App.
How else can I follow the LSU football spring game?
For live commentary of the game, be sure to follow SEC Country’s reporters Alex Hickey and Nick Suss for updates from Tiger Stadium. For updates from the team, be sure to follow @LSUfootball on Twitter and visit LSUstats.com.
Projected two-deep depth charts: LSU football
QB: Myles Brennan/Lowell Narcisse
RB: Nick Brossette/Clyde Edwards-Helaire
WR: Jonathan Giles/Derrick Dillon
WR: Justin Jefferson/Racey McMath
WR: Stephen Sullivan/Dee Anderson
TE: Foster Moreau/Thaddeus Moss
OT: Badara Traore/Jakori Savage
OG: Garrett Brumfield/Damien Lewis
C: Lloyd Cushenberry/Cole Smith
OG: Ed Ingram/Donavaughn Campbell
OT: Adrian Magee/Michael Smith
DE: Rashard Lawrence/Neil Farrell
NT: Glen Logan/Tyler Shelvin
DE: Breiden Fehoko/Justin Thomas
ILB: Devin White/Patrick Queen
ILB: Jacob Phillips/Tyler Taylor
B-LB: K’Lavon Chaisson/Andre Anthony
F-LB: Ray Thornton
CB: Greedy Williams/Mannie Netherly
CB: Jontre Kirklin/Kary Vincent Jr.
S: John Battle/Eric Monroe
S: Grant Delpit/JaCoby Stevens