The Louisiana State Tigers compete in the mighty Southeastern Conference along with such storied athletics programs as Alabama, Kentucky, Georgia, Auburn, Florida and Tennessee. Despite the fearsome competition, the LSU Tigers remain one of the stalwart programs of the conference.
This is particularly true in football. Since LSU's football program started in 1893, it has compiled over 660 victories, 12th in the NCAA. Furthermore, the Tigers claim two national championships: 1958 and 2003.
In basketball, the Tigers have had intermittent success, including their claim to the 1935 national championship. Two of LSU's players have won national player of the year awards: Pete Maravich in 1969 and 1970, and Shaquille O'Neal in 1991. Additionally, two of the Tiger's players have been enshrined in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame: Bob Pettit and Pete Maravich, with Shaquille O'Neal undoubtedly to follow.
The design of the LSU Tigers Heather Grey Fleece is composed of the team and University logos, football helmets and the school's Mike the Tiger mascot over a heather grey background.
The Louisiana State Tigers Heather Grey Fleece is not suitable for children's sleepwear. This pattern has been licensed by Louisiana State University and is for individual consumption only. Any other use of the Louisiana State Tigers Heather Grey Fleece is prohibited and illegal.