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  • LSU Delays Groundbreaking for $12M Tiger Athletics Nutrition Center

    Louisiana State University will not start work on its new Tiger Athletics Nutrition Center this spring. Joe Alleva, LSU Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics, has recently announced that the athletic department is going to delay breaking ground on the $12 million project until further notice.

    South 06 March 2015 23:29

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