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Coach O cutouts taken from Raising Cane's restaurants

Posted at 4:15 PM, Jan 13, 2020

A few Coach Os have gone missing at Raising Cane's locations in the state.

Ahead of the College Football Playoff National Championship game against Clemson, Raising Canes shared surveillance video of LSU head coach Ed Orgeron's cutouts being "kidnapped" from stores. The stores where the thefts happened were in Lafayette and Baton Rouge areas.

Cane's says with the game on Monday night the people responsible for taking the cutouts, maybe some spirited LSU fans, are possibly hoping to fill their homes with a little more tiger spirit by bringing him home for the game.

"Cane’s loves that their customers love Coach O as much as they do and appreciate the excitement (even if it means a few missing marketing items)," a press release states.

Coach O has been a spokesperson for Cane's for the past three football seasons according to the company. He has been featured in commercials, billboards and social media campaigns.

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