‘A matter of respect’: Louisiana governor demands changes after LSU’s anthem snub

‘A matter of respect’: Louisiana governor demands changes after LSU’s anthem snub

THE SIGNAL

Louisiana’s governor is unhappy with the LSU women’s basketball team — and not because they were eliminated Monday from the NCAA tournament.
The Tigers were not out on the floor for the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” before their highly-anticipated showdown with the Iowa Hawkeyes, to the notice of many on social media and Gov. Jeff Landry.

In a post Tuesday on X, Mr. Landry called that absence disrespectful and called for mandatory attendance at pre-game national anthem performances.

“It is time that all college boards, including Regent, put a policy in place that student athletes be present for the national anthem or risk …

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