How LSU Got It's Purple and Gold Colors from Mardi Gras

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How LSU Got It's Purple and Gold Colors from Mardi Gras
Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

There's no better time than Fat Tuesday to recall how LSU got the purple and gold colors its fans have bled for 120 years. When the idea of football germinated in the mind of Dr. Charles Coates, it was Mardi Gras that helped color the LSU world...

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