LSU to have 'pink game'
BATON ROUGE, LA. (NBC33) — LSU Student Government is sponsoring the first ever “Pink Game” at LSU, when the Tigers take on the University of Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday, Oct. 1, at 11:20 a.m.
Student Government is hosting the “Pink Game” to support breast cancer awareness. On game day, LSU students will be operating “Quarters 4 Change,” collecting money at the student gate of Tiger Stadium to benefit Foundation 56, a breast cancer outreach program dedicated to providing access to quality services and resources for breast cancer patients and survivors.
As Oct. 1 kicks off National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, fans are encouraged to wear pink to the game. Inside Tiger Stadium, fans will notice pink ribbons on the LSU football players’ helmets and pink flags being carried by the LSU Colorguard.
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