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Thousands of Fans line up at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center. LSU's home arena, hours before tipoff to see their Tigers in action. The "PMAC", as it's known to fans and students, opened in 1972 and is named after LSU legend "Pistol" Pete Maravich.
You don’t get a feel for college basketball at other places the way you do at the DEAF DOME.
Dick Vitale, ESPN
Only in the Deaf Dome will you find LSU’s mascot, Mike the Tiger, make his entrance from the ceiling minutes before tipoff.
The Best Fans in
At full capacity 13,215 screaming fans fill the PMAC to watch the Tigers, providing one of the most electrifying and intimidating destinations in college basketball.
The beautiful Tiger Girls, LSU's dance team, perform for the fans at all home games in the Maravich Center. Off the court, they are one of the most successful squads in the country, winning the 2010 Hip Hop and Jazz titles at the World University Championships.
Exciting Brand of Basketball
Every game in the PMAC provides fast-paced, high-flying action that keeps tiger fans on their feet.
At the conclusion of each home win, Coach Jones and the players greet the student section with high-fives to celebrate victory prior to the band playing the alma mater.