GameDay Entertainment for Sundays Game

Coggin Pregame Show Live from the Pepsi Plaza – Join hosts Brian Sexton, Jeff Lageman and Brent Martineau as they review the upcoming game during the Coggin Pregame Show which is now LIVE from the Pepsi Stage in the Pepsi Plaza from 11:30am – noon.

EMI Gospel recording artist, LaRue Howard will begin the pregame festivities by singing “God Bless America”. In June 2004, LaRue released her debut album, I’m Free. The response to that album was so overwhelming that in 2006, she completed her sophomore project, The Essence of Your Presence. Earlier this year she released her major label debut, since signing with EMI Gospel, titled How Great is Our God.

National Anthem

Performing the National Anthem for this week’s game is The Parris Island Marine Band. The Parris Island Marine Band has approximately 50 enlisted instrumentalists and a band officer, and performs at hundreds of events each year in every idiom imaginable. The combination of military pride and efficiency, along with precise musical expertise, has set United States Marine Field Bands apart from any other military unit. The Parris Island Marine Band is dedicated to upholding and displaying the highest standards and traditions that the United States Marine Corps has established.

The Colors will be presented by a Joint Color Guard featuring the Marines, Army, Air Force, Navy & Coast Guard. On hand to interpret the Star Spangled Banner for the hearing impaired is ROAR Member, Courtney Brown. Throughout the Anthem performance, a 100-yard American Flag will be held by members of the Jacksonville Jaguars Champions Club and the ROAR Cheerleaders.

Following the National Anthem there will be a flyover performed by four F-15 Eagles from the 125th Fighter Wing of the Florida Air National Guard based in Jacksonville.

Jaxson de Ville

For your pregame entertainment, Jaxson de Ville will be performing one of his death-defying stunts! Be sure to get to your seats early, you will not want to miss this pregame.


Millions watching Super Bowls and NBA All-Star games have witnessed electrifying and energizing performances. It has been seen and heard in international places such as Liberia, Panama, Korea and Cuba. “It” is none other than the stimulating, exhilarating and invigorating Grambling State University Tiger Marching Band.

It has been hailed as the “Number One Band in the Land” for years, but 1997 was a year that holds many fond memories for the Tiger Marching Band. For that was the year the talented musicians received an invitation to play at Super Bowl XXXII in San Diego and the band started its march to greater heights than ever before. In what has been labeled as the “Greatest Super Bowl halftime of all-time,” the Tigers electrified the world as they performed with Motown greats such as the Temptations, Smokey Robinson, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, The Four Tops, Queen Latifah and Boyz II Men.

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