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LSU vs. Florida: Times of Interest

LSU vs. Florida

October 12, 2013 * Baton Rouge, La. (Tiger Stadium) * 2:39 p.m. CT kickoff (CBS)

 

Times of Interest

8 a.m.                                    LSU Ticket Office opens

8 a.m.                                    LSU SportShop opens

10:30 a.m.                            David St. Romain performs at Zatarain's Tiger One Village

(front of PMAC)

10:30 a.m.                            L-Club Tailgate (Legends Club at PMAC)

11 a.m.                                  TAF Tailgate Party (PMAC)

11:30 a.m.                            Club level and Suites open at Tiger Stadium

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

11:45 a.m.                            LSU Student gates open at Tiger Stadium

Noon                                     All remaining gates open at Tiger Stadium

12:20 p.m.                            LSU walks down "Victory Hill"

12:30 p.m.                            LSU Game Day presented by CST radio show at Zatarain's Tiger One Village 

12:35 p.m.                            Mike VI comes down Victory Hill

12:40p.m.                             Band comes down Victory Hill

2:04 p.m.                              Mike the Tiger and LSU Cheerleaders field parade

2:17 p.m.                              TAF President's Cup Recognition

2:17:30 p.m.                         Corey Webster Donation Recognition 

2:18 p.m.                              Team LSU Recognition

2:19:30 p.m.                         Guest Captain presentation

                                                (Matt Mauck, Michael Clayton, Rodney Reed, Chad Lavalais)    

2:22:30 p.m.                         Golden Band from Tigerland takes the field for pregame performance

2:27 p.m.                              Alma Mater and National Anthem

2:33:30 p.m.                         LSU intro video

2:35 p.m.                              LSU takes the field

2:36 p.m.                              Florida takes the field

2:36 p.m.                              Coin toss at midfield

2:39 p.m.                              Kickoff: LSU vs. Florida on CBS 

 

1st Quarter- 1st Timeout

LSU Police Award

 

1st Quarter – 2nd Timeout

Kimberlyn Duncan – Honda Award 

 

1st Quarter/2nd Quarter Break

LSU Baseball 2013 College World Series Recognition

 

2nd Quarter – 1st Timeout

Gymnastics Super Six Recognition 

 

Halftime

2003 LSU BCS National Championship Recognition
LSU Golden Band from Tigerland performs

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