The Appalachian LSU Game game will be shown live on ESPN Classic and ESPN360 (click here to view free ESPN360 online broadcast).
“The impending situation is certainly more important than football, so we aren’t upset in the least by the time change” Appalachian head coach Jerry Moore said. “We’ll be ready to play tomorrow morning and will keep the people along the Gulf Coast in our prayers.”
Before you head out onto Bourbon Street, join fellow Appalachian fans at the Carousel Bar of Hotel Monteleone around 9:00 p.m. on Friday night. The hotel is located at 214 Rue Royale in the French Quarter.*
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*Note: If you booked your LSU trip with the Yosef Club, this event is already included* Enjoy the true Baton Rouge experience with fellow Mountaineers at the Appalachian Baton Rouge Tailgate Bash on August 30th. Highlights of this amazing party include:
- Full Cajun buffet from Louisiana favorite Chef KD featuring: crawfish etouffée, jambalaya, alligator sauce picante', boudin bites, tossed green salad, bread, pregame snack food, and dessert (vegetarian dish available). Buffet open from 12:00-2:00pm.
- Air-conditioned venue and convenient walk to Tiger stadium
- Louisiana Cajun band performance!
- Bar serving beer, wine, liquor, water and soft drinks (purchase drink tickets onsite - photo ID required for alcoholic drinks)
- Appearance by the Marching Mountaineers pep band.
- Two drinks included with tailgate ticket (beer, soft drinks, and bottled water)
- Great Mountaineer giveaways
- Flat screen TV featuring ESPN's College GameDay
$30 for adults (ages 12+) for full tailgate
$20 for children (ages 11 and under) for full tailgate
Personal food and drink may not be brought into facility.
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LSU Regulations: Click here for more information
Backpacks and Bags
POLICY: Backpacks are not allowed in Tiger Stadium. Bags larger than 8 1/2” x 11” are not allowed in Tiger Stadium.
REASON: LSU is following the advice of security officials who have designated backpacks and large bags as a security risk. Also, the searching of backpacks would contribute to longer lines for security checks at gates. Thank you for your cooperation with this very important policy.
RECOMMENDATION: LSU recommends the use of clear bags smaller than 8 1/2” by 11” (per person) for carrying items into Tiger Stadium.
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