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The first day of LSU's spring class schedule next Monday just happens to be the same day that the Tigers play Clemson in New Orleans for the National Championship.

According to multiple reports, the University does not plan to cancel classes despite the scheduling conflict.

With less than a week until kickoff, there is still time for the school to change their minds but the question is will they?

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paleoTiger50 months
Why the CFP committee thinks it's a good idea for this game to played on a Monday night---when most all other college games are played on Saturday---is beyond me. I just feel lucky being on the West Coast, so I don't have to stay up all night to watch.
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Azkiger50 months
Man the real world is gonna punch some of these kids in the mouth. Tell your boss you aren't showing up to your 8-4 job because of a 7:20 kickoff...
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Mouche33750 months
I doubt they give tickets to the title game to students (I honestly don't know). Homes games, yes. But the game is in New Orleans and it's the title game. But those that do have tickets already have it on thier mind that they ditching class and going to the game. I understand thier are a lot of moving parts to class scheduling, but would it have been that hard to shift the schedule 24 hours to the left or right?
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hollywoodjeff8750 months
Email the LSU president at galligan@lsu.edu tell him to shut down the BR campus on January 13th.
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Mr.Perfect50 months
Students don’t stay all game so why assume they care about football anyway
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Hasbeenneverwas50 months
The game should have been played last night
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Datfish50 months
Gotta make that first class to go over the syllabus
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CanebreakCajun50 months
Screw you F. King and that little shite professor who hates football
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Yeti_Chaser50 months
I'm still gonna blame F. King
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