Lsu cereal PLB Sports & Entertainment
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Get excited, LSU Tigers fans, you can finally have a real ‘breakfast of champions.’ PLB Sports & Entertainment just launched Championship Crunch! This cereal commemorates last year’s LSU National Championship win over the Clemson Tigers (along with past National Champion games).

A portion of proceeds will go to LSU’s Fierce for the Future campaign. Head Coach Ed Orgeron would definitely approve of this breakfast choice! The box is a great gift for LSU football fans looking to commemorate their favorite college football team.

LSU Fierce for the Future

Fierce for the Future is a fundraising campaign for Louisiana State University and LSU institutions statewide. The campaign raises money for arts and culture, research and economic development, and more. Funds will support academics, athletics, alumni engagement, and more.

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LSU Championship Crunch 2-Pack

LSU Championship Crunch 2-Pack
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You can find the cereal boxes at or Rouses Markets in the Baton Rouge and New Orleans area. The 2-pack cereal boxes are only $19.99! Each box is filled with frosted corn flakes cereal.

Along the side of each box, you’ll see four of LSU’s national titles along with the score of each National Championship game.

LSU Championship Crunch
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  • 1958: LSU-7 vs Clemson-0
  • 2003: LSU-21 vs Oklahoma-14
  • 2007: LSU-38 vs Ohio State-24
  • 2019: LSU-42 vs Clemson-25

Be sure to check out the art print on the back. It has the schedule and final scores of LSU’s perfect season printed on it. There is limited availability, so get yours now!

Football season is back, and that means it’s time to gear up for the season. Check out Fanatics for all of your NCAA fan gear. You’ll find masks and Nike T-shirts to show your support for Heisman trophy winner Joe Burrow and more. Geaux Tigers!

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Allison Johnson grew up in East Texas. After graduating from Texas State University with a degree in Electronic Media, she decided to pursue a career in media as a Commerce Writer for Wide Open Media. When she is not typing away at her desk, you can find her at a ...Read more
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