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It was announced Friday that stops in Houston, TX and New Orleans, LA have been added to the LSU Tiger Football Caravan. The tour begins Monday, April 23 in Bossier City, LA. Per


LSU Tiger Football Caravan to Make Three Stops

BATON ROUGE, LA- Tiger Athletic Foundation (TAF) and LSU Athletics announced the LSU football coaches will tour Louisiana and Texas beginning Monday, April 23 at the Horseshoe Casino in Bossier City as part of the LSU Tiger Football Caravan.

The Tiger Football Caravan will feature head coach Ed Orgeron along with other members of the LSU football coaching staff at the three stops.

In addition to the first event in Shreveport/Bossier City, the Tiger Caravan will travel to Houston, Texas (JW Marriott Galleria) on Wednesday, May 2 along with a stop in New Orleans (site TBD) on Thursday, June 28.

The Tiger Caravan event in New Orleans will be a joint venture between TAF, LSU Athletics and WWL Radio.

At the Tiger Football Caravan, Tiger fans will get a spring football wrap-up and a preview to the 2018 season from Orgeron, while also enjoying dinner, a silent auction, LSU trivia, LSU football highlight videos and a “chalk talk” session the coaches.

Former Tiger and current LSU Sports Radio Network sideline reporter Gordy Rush will emcee the event and he will be joined at each stop by LSU Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Joe Alleva and TAF President and CEO Rick Perry.

The 2018 Tiger Football Caravan stops-

·Monday, April 23– Shreveport at Horseshoe Casino in Bossier City, LA

Presented by the Ark-La-Tex TAF Chapter
Tickets available at

·Wednesday, May 2 – Houston, Texas at JW Marriott Galleria
Presented by the Houston Touchdown Club

Ticket available at

·Thursday, June 28 – New Orleans Louisiana

More details coming soon.

The event details and guest speakers vary by location. To learn more or to purchase tickets, visit

About Tiger Athletic Foundation

Tiger Athletic Foundation (TAF) is a private, nonprofit, corporation dedicated to supporting LSU and its Athletic Program. TAF is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Since 1987, TAF’s members have enhanced the lives of every student-athlete on every team by providing financial support for programs and facilities that ensure the opportunity to win in the classroom, on the field, and in life.
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I used to enjoy this along with several hundred others from my area...damn sure not going to drive 3+ hours to the nearest stop, though.
Reply8 months
Yaw yaw bringing the hype.
Reply8 months
I wish they would stop in Monroe, West Monroe as well. A lot of talent there
Reply8 months
Should probably swing through Monroe and Hammond area.
Reply8 months
See some of you found a way to btch about this too. Miserable as hell lol.
Reply8 months
They should call it his Farewell Tour.
Reply8 months
WTF no Houma?
Reply8 months
This is sad considering the coach is from down da bayou cherie
8 months
Why do you think stopping in Houston, New Orleans, and Shreveport is a joke? That is 3 media centers critical to LSU. Where do you think LSU should focus? Bunkie?
Reply8 months
What a joke
Reply8 months
Only 3 stops?
8 months
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