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Ex-LSU Tiger Jordan Jefferson Signs With Pittsburgh

Former LSU Tigers QB Jordan Jefferson is going to lace up for the Arena Football League’s Pittsburgh Power in 2013.

Jefferson was briefly with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last May. He spent the 2012 CFL season on the Montreal Alouettes practice squad. The other QBs on the Power roster are ex-Hawaii QB Shane Austin and ex-Texas Tech QB Steven Sheffield.

Six of their home games will be locally televised on WTAE TV thisTV Pittsburgh channel:
SATURDAY, 3/23      UTAH BLAZE               6:00 PM
FRIDAY, 3/29      JACKSONVILLE SHARKS               7:00 PM
SUNDAY, 4/28      SAN ANTONIO TALONS               2:00 PM
SATURDAY, 5/4      ORLANDO PREDATORS               7:00 PM
SATURDAY, 5/25      CLEVELAND GLADIATORS               7:00 PM
SATURDAY, 6/15      PHILADELPHIA SOUL               7:00 PM

thisTV Pittsburgh is broadcast on free over-the-air digital channel 4.2 and distributed on cable providers:
Comcast               204
Comcast (former Adelphia Systems)               188
Armstrong Utilities               450
Atlantic Broadband               110
Verizon Fios               461
Consolidated Communications                 15

The Power’s only nationally-televised game will be Saturday, July 13th at at 7:00 PM ET as the welcome in the San Jose Sabercats on CBS Sports Network.

The LSU Tigers went 20-3 through 2011 and 2012 when Jordan Jefferson played at least one snap.

He had 261 yards from scrimmage, 2 total TDs and just 1 INT in a huge win against the rival Arkansas Razorbacks during the Tigers’ 2011 campaign.

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