Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports
The LSU Athletic Hall of Fame Committee unanimously approved a proposal for a statue honoring basketball legend Pete Maravich be installed on campus. Per

Maravich, who passed away on January 5, 1988, is the all-time scoring leader in college basketball history with 3,667 points, an average of 44.2 points per game over three seasons (1967-68, 1968-69 and 1969-70). The LSU Assembly Center was re-named the Pete Maravich Assembly Center by the Louisiana Legislature shortly after his death.
Design and construction details of the statue will be announced in the coming months.
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Was,he. Forgotten or what,,,no wonder LSU is behind the curve
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Better not tell Mitch Landrieu about this
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About time
Reply62 months
Shaq has a statue and Petit's was just approved
Reply62 months
Anyone against it should move to Tuscaloosa and burn anything P&G. Oh and also punch yourself in the face.
Reply62 months
There's already a shaq statue.
Reply62 months
Petit or Shaq next?
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Phi Alpha!
Reply62 months
Not a fan of statues. Seems a little too Bamish.
Reply62 months
Naming the freaking basketball arena after him isn't enough.
Reply62 months
Should have been the first one up.
Reply62 months
Shame it's taken this long.
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