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The Advocate is reporting that the LSU Tiger Marching Band will not be traveling to road game this upcoming season due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The decision not to travel was made collectively by the LSU Department of Bands and the Athletic Department, said Kelvin Jones, Tiger Marching Band director.

Five road games are scheduled: a nonconference contest against Rice at Houston's NRG Stadium on Sept. 19, and Southeastern Conference games at Florida on Oct. 10, Arkansas on Oct. 17, Auburn on Nov. 21 and Texas A&M on Nov. 28.

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LOL, How does this make a difference in spreading the virus or not?
Reply30 days
Frick China. I even think we should remove the country from Chinese Bandits and just endear them now as The Bandits
Reply1 month
Suck that COVID dick, bitch
Reply1 month
I don't like this any more than you do, but there probably won't be games this Fall
Reply1 month
Neither are fans.
Reply1 month
No more Neck! Sad times...
Reply1 month
Politics have ruined everything and now have eyes set on sports. LSU cowering to the BLM mob was just the beginning. This isn't about health, it's 100% political at this point.
Reply1 month
Politics and BLM. That's all that matters in the country anymore. Anything else can just frick off apparently.
1 month
Since when does politics put people in hospitals? Is it a coincidence that since things opened back up that the patient level in hospitals is rising? How does politics play ninto that?
1 month
Lol yall right wing clowns still think its a hoax I see smh.
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