LSU football finalizes spring practice schedule
BATON ROUGE - The LSU Tigers have set their dates for the 15 spring practices that will be conducted in March and April, concluding with the annual National L Club Spring Game at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Apr. 16 in Tiger Stadium.
LSU football opens spring drills on Monday, Mar. 7. They’ll run through four workouts that week. The Tigers will also hold practices on Tuesday, Mar. 8, Thursday, Mar. 10 and Saturday, Mar. 12 during the opening week of spring drills.
A two-practice week follows that due to East and Spring Break on campus with workouts on Mar. 15 and 17 prior to a week off for the break.
LSU will return to practice on Mar. 29 to start a three-workout week. Practices on Mar. 31 and Apr. 2 wrap up their third week of spring drills. A football coaches clinic featuring keynote speaker Brett Favre will run during those days.
LSU will have three workouts in each of the final two weeks of spring ball – April 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, and 16. The spring game on Apr. 16 brings their springtime training to a close.
LSU has 18 returning starters on offense and defense, finishing last season with an overall record of 9-3.
LSU Spring Practice Dates:
Week 1 Practice on March 7, 8, 10, and 12
Week 2 Practice on March 15 and 17
Spring Break March 18-27
Week 3 Practice on March 29, 31, and April 2
Week 4 Practice on April 5, 7 and 9
Week 5 Practice on April 12, 14, and 16
(Note: Spring practice dates are subject to change)
Other Dates of Interest for LSU Football during the Spring:
Monday, March 14 LSU Pro Timing Day
Thursday, March 31-April 1 LSU Football Coaches Clinic
Saturday, April 16 National L Club Spring Game
Thursday, April 28-30 NFL Draft (Chicago)
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