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Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports
Vice President of the LSU Alumni Association Jason Ramezan recently did an interview with Syracuse.com and said that after scouting the area last fall, he is worried Tigers fans might drink the city dry. Per CBS Local Sports:
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Jason Ramezan said LSU sold out its full away-game allotment of tickets, requested more tickets, and then sold out of those. He estimates that 7500 LSU fans will be on campus at Syracuse despite them just having about 5200 tickets. He also is worried that the Syracuse faithful won’t have enough of the “beverages” that Tigers fans love and wants them to be prepared. Here is what Ramezan said in an interview with syracuse.com after scouting the area last fall:

“I’ve gone places in the past where they’ve run out (of alcohol). They might meet their alcohol budget for the year. Tailgating at LSU is a science and it’s a religion, and in the fall, it’s almost better than the game…When we went up there we said, ‘Oh this is going to be interesting. There is not a lot of space.’ It’ll be different.”
LSU and Syracuse are set for an early 11am CT kickoff on Saturday. The game will be televised on ESPN.
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Does anyone realize that LSU tigers were named after a Louisiana civil war regiment that was so notorious for being a bunch of out of control rowdy drunks the Union accused the South of just opening the prisons and brothels and unleashing the ruffians on them to get rid of them. (LOL)
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Bet they got plenty of that good weed though.
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The Alumni Association pays this guy to say that?
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You damn skippy. Made the trip to Seattle a few years ago. They didn't know what hit them that weekend. Locals were seriously blown away by the LSU faithful, and our ability to have a good time!!!
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