Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
Coach Les Miles was asked after practice on Wednesday if "Cowbell" sounds were piped into practice this week to simulate the noise the players will hear at Mississppi State on Saturday night. Here is what he said, according to The Advocate:

LSU did not practice to the sound cowbells in the indoor facility, which Mississippi State fans are known for ringing throughout home games. Miles said they piped in music through the speakers. “We looked for the (cowbell) album, we just couldn’t find it in the stores,” Miles joked. “But we piped in some noise. Bon Jovi and some other noise.”
Kickoff between LSU and Mississippi State is set for 8:15pm CT on Saturday night.
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SPEEDY103 months
That chick has the cowbell app on her phone
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monsterballads103 months
FYI: last time LSU went to starkville they put up 59 points
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bapple103 months
Why is the duck on the right shaking her cell phone? Too drunk to know it's not a bell?
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LSU Tiger 216103 months
We need more cowbell
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