LSU Tiger Stadium Guide
Tiger Stadium (alternatively known as Death Valley) for years has been a house of horrors for opposing teams. Like a vampire LSU loves to come out at night. This place is loud, actually registering a blip on a nearby seismograph during the “Earthquake Game” of 1988.
You are in the heart of football country as Louisiana has always been home to a disproportional number of athletes. You are also in one of the best tailgating scenes as Cajun grill masters seemly come out of the wood work… these guys can cook.
There isn’t experience in college football like a Saturday night in Tiger Stadium. “GEAUX TIGERS!”
“Baton Rouge happens to be the worst place in the world to be a visiting team.” – Bear Bryant
- Built in 1924 (capacity of 12,000)
- Current capacity of Tiger Stadium is 92,4000
- LSU has been playing night game in Death Valley since 1931
- 4 games Tiger Stadium was the home of the Saints during the aftermath of Katrina
- Most stadiums mark the field numbers ending in 0, Tiger Stadium marks those ending with 5
- Goal posts remain white and H style (two posts)
- East and West stands have chair-backs
- 2006 the West upper deck was rebuilt to mirror the newer East deck
- CBS recorded 130 decibels in Tiger Stadium against Florida in 2007
- 70 sky-box suites line the East Upper Deck
- The sixth-largest on-campus stadium in the nation
- Since 1960 LSU has won 77.3% of their games at night in Tiger Stadium
- Tiger Stadium has had 43 years of being ranked in the top 10 in College Football attendance
User Notes: Opposing team and fans are often greeted by LSU fans yelling “Tiger Bait”: Beer and Bourbon are the two local adult beverages of choice: Alcohol plays a role in the decibel level of the crowd the night games give fans a longer time to tailgate:
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