LSU-Kentucky Game to be Rerun at 6:30 p.m. Friday
BATON ROUGE — Fans who missed LSU’s last-second win over Kentucky on Saturday will be able to view the game in its entirety on Friday at 6:30 p.m. as WAFB-TV has secured the rights to re-air the game, the station announced on Tuesday.
The contest will be re-aired starting at 6:30 p.m. on cable channel 9 in the Baton Rouge area. For fans outside the Baton Rouge area, ESPN Classic will re-air the game as part of its Instant Classic doubleheader on Friday beginning at 7 p.m. CST. The other side of the doubleheader will include Texas A&M’s victory over Oklahoma.
Fans are also reminded that the archived video of the game will forever be available to members of LSUsports.tv on the Official Webcast Site of LSU Athletics. To join the site and watch the on-demand streaming video of this and more than 100 LSU games, click here.
Trailing 30-27 with 11 seconds left in the contest, LSU quarterback completed a 75-yard “Hail Mary” pass to Devery Henderson for a 33-30 Tiger victory. The play is being called one of the most memorable in college football history and is the first LSU win on the last play of a game since 1972 when the Tigers beat Ole Miss, 17-16.