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LSU (0-1) will host McNeese State (0-1) Saturday night in Tiger Stadium for the home opener. Kickoff is set for 7 pm CT and the game will be available on ESPN+/SECN+.


It will be Tiger Stadium’s first full capacity crowd in 651 days, dating back to the season finale against Texas A&M on Nov. 30, 2019. For many players and coaches, it will be their first normal Tiger Walk, and their first game in front of a full crowd at home. That’s exciting, especially for someone like LSU sophomore quarterback Max Johnson.

“I’m looking forward to it,” said Johnson on the full return of fans. “I’ve never had a chance to play in front of a full crowd here at LSU. I’m looking forward to the energy and the excitement.”

It will also be a family reunion in Death Valley as head coach Ed Orgeron squares off against his son Cody, the Cowboys’ starting quarterback. It will no doubt be a special night for Coach O and family that will be in attendance, but he’s made it clear that once the ball kicks off, that all takes a back seat. It’s LSU vs. McNeese State — that’s the focus. Read more.
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I remember that game, Jalen Mills was nearly letting flag drag on the ground walking out of the tunnel
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“Full Crowd.” smh
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"It will be Tiger Stadium’s first full capacity crowd" ... I Laughed!
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I don't think I have ESPN+ or SEC+
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