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There are very few stadiums in America worth a touchdown, but the Bayou Bengals certainly have that advantage in Tiger Stadium. When Death Valley is rocking, it seems as if it might actually take flight. That same year, the Associated Press named Tiger Stadium as the top place to tailgate in college football. As one of the loudest and most rabid atmospheres in the nation, LSU boasts one of the most daunting home-field advantages in college football — especially at night.
Top-ranked LSU overcame a point fourth-quarter deficit to beat the ninth-ranked Gators in front of 92, fans — then the largest crowd in stadium history — and a primetime CBS national television audience. LSU rallied from deficits of at halftime and with three minutes left in the contest to capture the electrifying win.
The Tigers closed out the home slate with a win over Arkansas before what was then the second-largest crowd in school history 92, After the contest, thousands of Tiger fans spilled onto the stadium floor to celebrate the victory. The Auburn game was traditionally played earlier in the season, but the attacks of September 11 postponed the contest until the final week of the regular season.
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In , the goal posts came down twice. Immediately after the Tigers upset then-No. Hundreds of students lined the sidelines and the back of the north end zone as the Tigers held the Vols scoreless in overtime for the victory.
The goal posts came down again in the final home game of the season as the Tigers posted a win over Alabama, their first victory over the Crimson Tide in Tiger Stadium since The goal posts came down for the first time in as all of America witnessed one of the most explosive nights in the history of the grand stadium when the Tigers upended No.
A sea of Tiger fans swamped the floor of Tiger Stadium as both goal posts came crashing down -- a scene that was replayed countless times on college football highlight shows. Then there was the night the Tigers nearly upset No. The Tigers came up short, but the crowd roared from kickoff to final gun in a game many ardent LSU followers rank as the loudest in stadium history. And of course there was Halloween night , when Billy Cannon made his famous yard punt return to lead No. Legend has it that families living near the campus lakes came running out of their homes in fear of the noise erupting around them.
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Those are the highlights, some of which have shaped the character of this great stadium. But week in and week out each fall, a new chapter unfolds in the history of Death Valley. Aside from football, Tiger Stadium has served as a concert venue since The original phase of construction was completed in This first phase included the east and west stands, which seated about 12, Seven years later , the sides were extended upward to accommodate an additional 10, fans, raising the capacity to 22, In , the stadium seating capacity was increased to 46,, with the addition of 24, seats in the north end, making Tiger Stadium into a horseshoe configuration.
Another phase of improvements was completed in when the north and south stands were waterproofed and newer bleachers were again installed to replace the older ones. The playing field was moved 11 feet south in to provide more room between the back line of the North End Zone and the curvature of the stadium fence, which surrounds the field. Prior to the season, more seats were installed at the upper portion of the west lower stands in Tiger Stadium.
The addition of bleacher seating in brought the capacity to 80,, but the elimination of some bleacher seating after the season dropped the capacity to 80, Now the sixth-largest on-campus stadium in college football, Tiger Stadium continues to provide fans with the ultimate college football experience.
Eleven years ago, 11, seats were added with the installation of the east upper deck, bringing the capacity to nearly 92, The addition of the 11, seats in marked the first expansion to Tiger Stadium since , when the original west upper deck was completed.
The distinctive environment of Tiger Stadium became even more pronounced in as the ambitious West Upper Deck project was virtually completed. The west side renovation, which included the removal and rebuilding of the upper deck to mirror the east side upper deck, was finished during the season. In , major technological advances were made when Tiger Stadium added an foot wide high-definition video board to the north endzone of the facility.
Called one of the largest video boards in all of college athletics, the HD board measures feet high and feet wide. The windows on the north side of the stadium were completely refurbished.
The remaining windows on the east and west sides of the stadium will be completed by the season. Prior to the season, construction was completed on the first part of the west side plaza that includes new gates, All-American and Hall of Fame plazas and the national championship plaza that showcases the past, present and future of LSU football. Construction on the north plaza of Tiger Stadium was completed prior to the season. The season saw a new tradition established at Tiger Stadium.
Also prior to the campaign, letters spelling out Tiger Stadium were installed on the west side. In April , a new exciting era of Tiger Stadium was unveiled by Alleva. Construction is well underway for 66 suites, approximately 3, club seats above the existing south end zone seats, as well as 1, general public seats above the new suite and club seating to be completed by the season.
The project, privately funded by Tiger Athletic Foundation, will bring the capacity of Tiger Stadium to ,, making it the fifth-largest stadium in the nation.