LSU Students Found An Interesting Way To Troll Army On Saturday
The LSU Tigers faced off against the Army Black Knights on Saturday in Tiger Stadium. This marked just the second time the Tigers and Army faced off in history with Army winning the only matchup. The LSU student section found an interesting way to troll the Black Knights ahead of the game on Saturday.
The Tigers did plan a few special tributes for the service academy and one of them was revealed on Wednesday as LSU painted the end zones in a camouflage pattern in honor of Army. The Tigers also honored the program by wearing an American Flag patch on their jerseys. At the conclusion of the game, each team sang each school's Alma Mater together as a group.
Quarterback Jayden Daniels finished the first half 11-of-15 for 279 yards passing and three touchdowns, leading No. 19 LSU over Army, 62-0, on Saturday night in Tiger Stadium.
With the win, the Tigers improved to 6-2 overall. The Black Knights fall to 2-5 on the season. LSU has an open date next weekend and returns to action on Nov. 4 when the Tigers travel to Tuscaloosa for the annual meeting of SEC powerhouse programs.
The LSU Student Section is known for its wacky and sometimes interesting chants and signs during Tiger Football games. Well, this week with the Service Academy in town, you hoped they would lay off the Black Hawks, well that was the case... to an extent.
There is a photo surfacing from Preston Guy of some LSU students with GEAUXNAVY written across their chests.
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