Are You Kidding? No SEC Night Games At Tiger Stadium?

Are You Kidding? No SEC Night Games At Tiger Stadium?

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LSU Football Tiger Stadium SEC Night Games

The suits in the television business make these decisions, and every SEC football fan should be upset. For the first time since 1935, there will not be an SEC night game at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge. The remaining schedule was announced yesterday and the top ranked LSU Tigers will have to play their 4 home games against SEC opponents while the sun is shining in Baton Rouge. Here are the times:

Southeastern Conference Football LSU Night Games Tiger Stadium
Kentucky on October 1 – Won 35-7
11:21 am CT

Southeastern Conference Football LSU Night Games Tiger Stadium
Florida on October 8 – Won 41-11
2:30 pm CT

Southeastern Conference Football LSU Night Games Tiger Stadium
Auburn on October 22
2:30 pm CT

Southeastern Conference Football LSU Night Games Tiger Stadium
Arkansas on November 25
1:30 pm CT

It’s one of the best traditions in the Southeastern Conference and not one time this season with an SEC opponent in town will we hear prior to the game the famed “Ladies and gentlemen, it’s Saturday night in Death Valley.” Who’s against this scheduling by the TV stations?

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Comments 6

  1. Terrible…SEC = tradition.

  2. Tragic! Best night games ever!

  3. kwe
    Commented : 3 years ago

    That is unAmerican! I was fortunate to have attended the Bama-LSU game once in Baton Rouge, at night, in the rain. Ain’t nothin’ like it. And I agree with ryancleveland above – it’s an SEC tradition!

  4. Take out the tradition and what do you have? The NFL. Course this is coming from a Vol fan who, without tradition, wouldn’t have much to cling to at this point.

  5. acrow2
    Commented : 3 years ago

    PERIOD kwe. Glad to see eveyone is on the same page here. NO DOUBT it’s about tradition.

  6. It is puzzling that LSU administration does not seem to want to do more to try to preserve this tradition…the TV deals can’t be negotiated with this in mind? This, along with the possibility of losing the FL game every year, is a real slap in the face of the fans.