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The Preservation of Tiger Stadium

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Tiger Stadium Gets Makeover for 2012 Season

August 22, 2012 LSU fans will enjoy a new and improved appearance to legendary Tiger Stadium when the 2012 LSU football season gets underway on Sept. 1. Already complete is the replacement of more than 400 windows on the north end of Tiger Stadium and a new coating to the outer façade of the… Keep Reading >

LSU Athletics to Propose Expansion of Tiger Stadium

April 18, 2012 A proposal to expand Tiger Stadium will be presented to the LSU Board of Supervisors at its next meeting on April 27, it was announced Wednesday by Joe Alleva, Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics. The proposal will call for the addition of approximately 60 suites and approximately 3,000 club seats above the… Keep Reading >

Installation of the new windows continues!

August 09, 2011 The installation portion of the Preservation of Tiger Stadium Window Campaign is well underway. Installation of all 428 windows on the North end is slated to be completed prior to the first LSU home game on September 10th. Be sure to view the gallery to see the latest construction pictures! If… Keep Reading >

Preservation of Tiger Stadium Project Fully Funded

November 01, 2010 All 428 Windows Have Been Funded! Through the years the exterior of Tiger Stadium has fallen into disrepair, as many of the dormitory windows that cover the outside of the stadium are cracked, rusted and broken. That is why the Tiger Athletic Foundation started a campaign this fall to preserve Death… Keep Reading >

Donations to Repair Death Valley Windows Rise to 325; Only 101 Still Available

October 26, 2010 Through the years the exterior of Tiger Stadium has fallen into disrepair, as many of the dormitory windows that cover the outside of the stadium are cracked, rusted and broken. That is why the Tiger Athletic Foundation started a campaign to preserve Death Valley. Fans have the opportunity to donate $2000… Keep Reading >

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