Who was LSU announcer?

Chris Blair is a radio sportscaster. He is the radio play-by-play broadcaster for the LSU Tigers football, men’s basketball and baseball teams at Louisiana State University. He has been the “Voice of the Tigers” since taking over for Jim Hawthorne for the 2016 baseball season.

WHO announces LSU Baseball?

Bill Franques has worked as the LSU Baseball communications director since 1989. He is the Alex Box Stadium public address announcer and the color analyst on LSU Sports Radio Network broadcasts of baseball road games.

What LSU fans are saying?

Anyone who is a true LSU football fan knows for a fact that when it comes to saying “Go Tigers,” the proper spelling is “Geaux Tigers.” This comes from the french/cajun character of South Louisiana, which is where the Louisiana State University is located, in the city of Baton Rouge.

What do LSU Tiger fans say?

“Hey, Fightin’ Tigers”

Who is the voice of the Clemson Tigers?

Like Don Munson said, there is only one Voice of the Clemson Tigers and that will forever be Jim Phillips.

Is LSU on the radio?

Eagle 98.1 is also the flagship station for the LSU Sports Radio Network airing LSU Tigers Football, Basketball and Baseball games, and we are home to New Orleans Saints football!

How can I listen to LSU Baseball today?

Listen free here on LSUsports.net/live, in the LSU Sports Mobile Apps, or on affiliates of the LSU Sports Radio Network.

What channel is LSU playing on today?

The meeting between Alabama and LSU will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit will call the game. You can also stream the game live on the ESPN App or with fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

Why is the song neck banned at LSU?

The LSU athletic department banned the band’s rendition of the song in 2010 after the student section replaced the original lyric, “Oh oh talkin’ out the side of your neck,” with the sexually vulgar line. The line has been heard throughout Tiger Stadium and has been broadcast on nationally televised games.

Who are the announcers for the Clemson game?

Mark Jones (play-by-play), Robert Griffin III (analyst), and Quint Kessenich (sideline)will call the television broadcast. Don Munson, Tim Bourret, and Reggie Merriweather will present the game on the radio via the Clemson Athletic Network.

Where can I listen to the LSU Sports Network?

Listen to the LSU Sports Radio Network across the state of Louisiana and around the world. To listen to broadcasts streaming live or on-demand, visit LSUsports.net/live.

Who is Rush on LSU radio?

Gordy Rush, an LSU football player from 1988-90, begins his sixth season as a sideline reporter for the LSU Sports Radio Network and his 22nd season covering LSU football on the radio.

What is the LSU sixty pregame concert?

Prior to entering Tiger Stadium, fans are invited to watch a free concert, the football team’s walk down Victory Hill and the first hour of the pregame broadcast. LSU Sixty, a 60-minute football recap show on the LSU Sport Radio Network, airs live on Sundays at 6 p.m. CT from Sept. 6 through Dec. 13.