Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge

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    Death Valley
    by DJMist
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    In the Parking Lot
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    TIGER STADIUM

    by acrijk Updated Apr 4, 2011
    LSU's Tiger Stadium

    THE Death Valley, home of the 2003 National Champions, THE LSU TIGERS!
    The 6th largest on campus stadium in the nation (cap. 91,600) and always voted one of the most intimidating places to play football.

    Possibly the greatest venue in all of sports...

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    LSU Tiger football

    by DJMist Written Jul 18, 2007
    Death Valley

    The predominant religion in Louisiana - LSU football. Tiger Stadium holds close to 100,000 rabid lunatic fans. It's the fifth largest on-campus college football stadium in the nation. Perenially high ranking team and always entertaining. You can usually scalp tickets out in front on game day. If you have a chance to experience a SEC game here - do it!

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    Tiger Stadium

    by gt6303c Updated Aug 19, 2006

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    If you get a chance to see a home football game for LSU, I think you should definately do it. After winning the national championchip in 2003, the home games sell out, but you should be able to buy some tickets from scalpers around the stadium. Go a few hours early and do some tailgating. People bring RVs the night before and setup bbqs to make a lot of good food. If you make some friends you might be able to get some. The stadium itself is about 90,000 people and gets quite loud. Parking may be somewhat problematic.

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    Tiger Stadium

    by Jmill42 Updated Apr 4, 2004

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    In the Parking Lot

    ***Home of the 2003 National Champions!!!**

    The playing field for LSU's football team is easily visible from the interstate and is a must see when visiting. It holds over 91,000 people and is an awesome place to see a college football game. It can get loud enough to shake the ground... literally!! A game in the 80's was dubbed the "Earthquake Game," because when LSU scored the winning touchdown in the last moments of the game, the crowd cheered so loud that it registered on the seismometer on the opposite side of campus!

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