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Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge History

Since 1924, Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana has been hosting some of the most exciting games in college football, with names like Les Miles, Nick Saban, Jamarcus Russell, Glenn Dorsey, Billy Cannon, Tommy Casanova, and Tyrann Mathieu all dominating their SEC opponents on this field. One of the most famous Tigers games every played in this iconic stadium was what has been nicknamed the "Earthquake Game", when the Tigers defeated their nemesis, the Auburn Tigers, on October 8, 1988. The Tigers won on a last second 4th down touchdown pass, defeating Auburn 7-6. The LSU fans stormed the field causing an on campus seismograph to register the fan reaction as a legitimate earthquake. The celebration literally made the earth move. Tiger Stadium is well known for their night games, making Saturday nights in Baton Rouge one of the seven biggest events of the year.

Tiger Stadium – Baton Rouge Events

Tiger Stadium is the home of the LSU Tigers football team, and each year there are some fantastic matchups that take place at this venue. The Tigers have some great games on tap this season, and you can be there to experience all of the action in person. The Tigers will host the Ole Miss Rebels on October 25th for what should be a great SEC matchup. The Rebels won't go down easily, so the Tigers will have to play their best. LSU will close out the season with a big game against the Alabama Crimson Tide, a team that has incredible success as of late. Is LSU can take down the Tide at home, Tiger Stadium is sure to go wild.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Tiger Stadium is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Besides being the home of Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge is known for being the capital of the great state of Louisiana. This dynamic city is a crucial port city on the Mississippi River, houses a large oil refinery, and enjoys a budding art community. There is always one thing that brings this tight community together and that is the LSU Tigers. The passion for the purple and gold run deep through generations of those in this region, with families living and dying with the Tigers. This Southern town is a must visit, full of culture and history. Whether you want to cruise up the Mississippi River on a riverboat cruise or join 92,000 fans on a Saturday night in one of the most exciting venues in all of American sports, Baton Rouge is a must visit.

Tiger Stadium Layout

Tiger Stadium is one of the hardest places for opponents to play, and with a capacity of over 92,000 fan, it is the eighth-largest on campus stadium in the country. When Tiger Stadium opened its doors in 1924, it held only 12.000 seats. Every few decades more seats were added, with the record crowd of 93,374 when the reigning National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide took on the Tigers in Baron Rouge in 2012. Boasting 70 skyboxes, or Tiger Dens, Tiger Stadium is an amazing venue for all fans, no matter where your seat is located.

Tiger Stadium – Baton Rouge Trivia

What former LSU quarterback was selected with the number one overall pick in the NFL Draft?

The answer is JaMarcus Russell, who was taken with the first pick by the Oakland Raiders. While his pro career did not pan out the way many had expected, Russell posted an amazing collegiate career with the Tigers.

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