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Photo/Video: LSU Football Visited Flooding Evacuees This Afternoon

LSU football's Les Miles visits flooding evacuees.

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For LSU football, today was a day to give back to a community still reeling from devastating flooding.

The LSU football team took a break from training camp today to give back to those in need. Head coach Les Miles and his players visited the Celtic Media Centre in Baton Rouge to spend time with evacuees from the serious flooding that has plagued the area.

Other LSU teams, such as men's basketball, women's volleyball and baseball, visited Celtic earlier in the week.

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Some of the media in attendance, including The Advocate's Ross Dellenger and CBSNews' Alyssa Estrada, also shared photos and footage.

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Awesome job by Miles and his team, and really the entire LSU athletic department, for giving back to their community.

It looks like they were able to put a smile on the face of people who could really use one.