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LSU head coach Will Wade has a word with his players, from left, Ja'vonte Smart (1), Tremont Waters (3), Naz Reid (0), Emmitt Williams (24) and Marlon Taylor (14) during a break in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Georgia, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019, in Baton Rouge, La. (AP Photo/Bill Feig) ORG XMIT: LABF107

Looking to grab a seat in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center when No. 1 Tennessee travels to Baton Rouge to take on No. 19 LSU on Feb. 23? 

If you're a student, you'll need to act quickly to get tickets. Everyone else should prepare to pay well over face value for an LSU men's basketball game. 

LSU's ticket office announced Wednesday that students have to reserve their spot in the PMAC's student section if they want to catch the highly-anticipated matchup between the red-hot Tigers and the top-ranked Volunteers.

Students can make reservations at Cutoff for reservations will be 5 p.m. Tuesday. If demand is higher than the number of student seats available, LSU's student priority point system will be used to award tickets.

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For non-students, the secondary ticket market is your only shot of catching the big game live. Tickets through have been sold out for quite some time.

As of 4 p.m. Tuesday, tickets on StubHub, which LSU advertises as its official resell market, and SeatGeek range from $70-$930, depending on where you'd like to sit.

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