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Hundreds of Tiger supporters attend LSU Fan Day

This little guy got to meet the LSU defensive backs at Fan Day. (Source: Jacques Doucet/WAFB) This little guy got to meet the LSU defensive backs at Fan Day. (Source: Jacques Doucet/WAFB)
Fans lined up for autographs from Les Miles. (Source: Jacques Doucet/WAFB) Fans lined up for autographs from Les Miles. (Source: Jacques Doucet/WAFB)
Sophomore Anthony Jennings and freshmen Brandon Harris team up for a Fan Day photo op. These teammates are battling for starting quarterback. (Source: Jacques Doucet/WAFB) Sophomore Anthony Jennings and freshmen Brandon Harris team up for a Fan Day photo op. These teammates are battling for starting quarterback. (Source: Jacques Doucet/WAFB)
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - Fans poured into the Maravich Assembly Center and Carl Maddox Field House for a chance to meet the new crop of Tigers during LSU Fan Day. 

The event started around 3:30 p.m. Sunday, but fans had to wait until 5 p.m. to meet the LSU football players. It lasted until 6:30 p.m. 

Head coach Les Miles and his staff, along with LSU cheerleaders and the Tiger girls, signed autographs, joked with fans and even posed for pictures. Mike the Tiger also made an appearance.

The first 3,000 fans who arrived received an LSU Fan Day gift bag that included a football placard poster and other gifts. 

Fans were also able to meet members of the LSU volleyball team at the Maddox Field House. 

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