LSU Bus Trip 2015

The New Orleans Gator Club will once again be providing bus transportation from New Orleans to LSU for the football game on October 17. The buses will pick-up from downtown New Orleans and drop-off near the stadium roughly 2 hours before kick-off. The exact pick-up / drop off times will be determined after the kickoff time is decided.

Included with your ticket on the bus trip is food and drinks at a tailgate on LSU campus hosted by the Baton Rouge Gator Club.

Tickets will be $60 per person and available to any and all. You are not required to be a UFAA member to attend, however it is encourage. Payment will be accepted through the PayPal link below. No PayPal account is required and all major credit cards are accepted.

When completing your order through the paypal link, please provide the first and last name of all the people in your group.

As we get closer to the game, further information will be provided through email regarding exact meet up location in the morning and times.


First/Last names of attendees



Football Game Viewing Parties

meter-logoDat Dog on Magazine is now the viewing location for all football games and we get started 30 minutes before kickoff (remember that we’re in central time). They have drink specials for those in Gator gear and have seats reserved for us prior to the game starting. There’s indoor and outdoor seating and it’s family friendly, so bring your kids.

Dat Dog on Magazine is located at 3336 Magazine Street between Louisiana Ave. and Toledano St. (click here for map). From downtown, take Magazine St. south/west (upriver) for about 2 miles. Dat Dog will be on your left, just past Toledano St. 

To take the RTA bus from downtown, catch the #11 line on Magazine Street going towards Audubon Zoo.

 

Student Scholarships

We think High School Seniors living within the greater New Orleans area that choose to go to UF should be rewarded for their smart decision. That ‘s
why we’re in the works to set-up a scholarship fund and hope you’ll help us raise enough money to give a few $1,000 scholarships to well deserving locals. We’re still early in the planning stages creating the application, minimum criteria, etc. We’ll need your help and ideas to make this a reality.