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LSU vs. Idaho: Times of Interest

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LSU battles Idaho Saturday night in Tiger Stadium. If your plans include being on campus, here's a list of game day activities.

Times of Interest

9 a.m. LSU SportShop opens

Noon LSU Ticket Office opens

2:30 p.m. "One Wants" performs at Zatarain's Tiger One Village (front of PMAC)

3 p.m. L-Club Tailgate (L-Club Room at PMAC)

3:30 p.m. TAF Tailgate Party (PMAC)

4 p.m. Club level and Suites open at Tiger Stadium

LSU At the Game Programs on sale in and around Tiger Stadium

4:15 p.m. LSU Student gates open at Tiger Stadium

4:30 p.m. All remaining gates open at Tiger Stadium

4:55 p.m. LSU walks down "Victory Hill"

5 p.m. LSU Game Day presented by CST radio show at Zatarain's Tiger One Village

5:05 p.m. Mike VI comes down Victory Hill

5:10 p.m. Band comes down Victory Hill

6:25 p.m. Mike the Tiger and LSU Cheerleaders field parade

6:41 p.m. Guest Captain presentation – Anthony Marshall

6:43 p.m. Golden Band from Tigerland takes the field for pregame performance

6:49 p.m. Alma Mater and National Anthem

6:51 p.m. Flyover – Navy F18s

6:53 p.m. LSU intro video

6:56 p.m. LSU takes the field

6:57 p.m. Idaho takes the field

6:57 p.m. Coin toss at midfield

7:00 p.m. Kickoff: LSU vs. Idaho on TigerVision

 

First Quarter – First Timeout

LSU Softball Recognition – Women's College World Series

First Quarter – Second Timeout

Scotty Moran Recognition – Tiger Athletic Foundation

 

Halftime

LSU Golden Band from Tigerland performs

Louisiana Army National Guard Recognition

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