Tiger fans' last Thanksgiving weekend with Razorbacks
BATON ROUGE - The LSU tiger faithful will have to cook up something other than roasted hog on Thanksgiving weekend.
In 2014, the tigers will play Texas A&M on Thanksgiving day, which replaces the Arkansas Razorbacks as the last regular season game.
"I hate to see it go. It's a really bad thing because we look forward to it every year," tiger fan Daniel Fudge said. For the past ten years, his tailgate has ended with a pig roast.
Since 1992, LSU and Arkansas have battled in the last regular season game.
"I'll still cook hogs," tailgater Mike Juneau said. "But it's not going to be the same. It's not going to be the same."
The two teams will continue to play each year.
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