LSU fans have some time to grab Fiesta Bowl tickets
Posted on 12/4/2018 11:42:00 AM.

Good news for Tigers fans looking to attend the Fiesta Bowl: tickets will likely be available through the school for at least the next few days for the game against undefeated UCF in Glendale Arizona. Ticket Operations Assistant Director Brian Broussard has some advice for folks who want to be with other members of the Purple and Gold nation.

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Fisher's nephew reportedly responsible for hitting Kragthorpe after Aggies game
Posted on 11/26/2018 12:15:00 PM.

Reports have pegged Texas A&M Head Coach Jimbo Fisher’s nephew, Cole Fisher as the assailant who attacked LSU Analyst Steve Kragthorpe after the Aggies 74-72 win over LSU Saturday night.

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Louisiana is the center of the football universe this weekend
Posted on 11/2/2018 2:38:00 AM.

ESPN has named southeast Louisiana the center of the football universe this weekend with the two best games of the week being played in Baton Rouge and New Orleans.

#3 LSU takes on #1 Alabama in Tiger Stadium, and president of Visit Baton Rouge Paul Arrigo says the hotels are packed.

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LSU warning fans about ticket scams for Bama game
Posted on 11/1/2018 1:33:00 AM.

LSU is encouraging fans looking for tickets to Saturday's SEC Showdown between the Tigers and Crimson Tide to use the school's official ticket reselling partner StubHub. LSU Ticket Manager Brian Broussard says that way if there's a problem, they can find fix it.

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Former LSU QB Herb Tyler: Death Valley magic can beat back the Tide
Posted on 10/31/2018 3:09:00 AM.

The last time the Tigers beat a number one team at home was 21 years ago when they toppled Florida, and this Saturday night they’ll have a chance to repeat that magic against Nick Saban and the Tide.

Herb Tyler, who quarterbacked that 97’ team says Bama may look unstoppable, but the Tigers have something no one else has. 

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LSU faces largest point spread at home in 20 years
Posted on 10/30/2018 5:12:00 AM.

LSU is a 14-point underdog against top ranked Alabama this Saturday, in the largest point spread against the Tigers at home in 20 years. Despite the Tigers three upset victories against three top ten teams, Vegas believes the Bama train will roll on.

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StubHub: more tickets sold for LSU/Georgia game than the Nov 3rd tilt vs Bama
Posted on 10/26/2018 3:51:00 AM.

Tickets on the secondary market are going fast for the November 3rd mega matchup between LSU and Bama in Baton Rouge. StubHub's Adam Budelli says they’re the most sought after Tiger/Tide tickets in years.

“StubHub has seen significant demand increase, to the tune of 90 and 70 percent when compared to their last two matchups in 2017 and 2016 respectively.”
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LSU's Canada says he would like to stay
Posted on 12/29/2017 11:04:00 AM.
LSU’s Matt Canada told reporters covering the Citrus Bowl he’d love to remain the offensive coordinator of the Tigers. Multiple media reports say Canada will leave the program following Monday’s game against Notre Dame, because of differences with Head Coach Ed Orgeron. Canada says the focus right now is beating the Fighting Irish.
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LSU and Canada reportedly set to split
Posted on 12/28/2017 11:25:00 AM.

The Citrus Bowl will reportedly be Matt Canada’s last game with the Tigers after an inconsistent first year leading LSU’s offense under head coach Ed Orgeron. Glen Guilbeau, who covers LSU for the USA Today Network, says Canada and Orgeron butt heads throughout the year.

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Local ad agent gives her thoughts on the decline in NFL viewership
Posted on 12/10/2017 5:00:00 AM.
Multiple reports indicate fewer people are watching as much pro football than they used too. Baton Rouge-based Todd Agency owner Deborah Todd says it's not all about national anthem protests, she says viewer fatigue has also set in because of over saturation.

"The NFL has put games on Thursday, Sunday night instead of Sunday afternoon, Monday night," Todd said. People are just not as scheduled to watch football like they used to." 
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