Football returns but LSU is, for the most part, eerily quiet
BATON ROUGE - It's game day!
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, a little taste of "normal" returns Saturday: College football and LSU game day. Although, the first home game of the season is far from normal.
Tiger Stadium will only be at 25% capacity. There is no tailgating.
Masks are required on campus.
VIRTUAL: Click here to watch the LSU band march down Victory Hill. This tradition is being missed this year, but the video is made up of a march into the stadium from the record 2019 season.
See the strange scenes below.
— Reggie Chatman Jr. (@ReggieChatman) September 26, 2020
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