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It's like being inside a drum." In 2009 former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee stated on Sean Hannity's Fox News show that "Unfair is playing LSU on a Saturday night in Baton Rouge." Survey after survey has concluded that Tiger Stadium is the most difficult place for a visiting team to play, including surveys by the College Football Association in 1987, The Sporting News in 1989, Gannett News Service in 1995, and Sport Magazine in 1998.

LSU prefers night games in Tiger Stadium with its opponents, but television coverage requires that many contests be played in the afternoons.

After the Tigers held the Rebels to only 7 points in a 10–7 victory, Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace stated, "It's a crazy atmosphere.

This is the craziest place I've played." With an official seating capacity of 102,321, Tiger Stadium is the ninth-largest stadium in the world by capacity.

It is the sixth-largest stadium in the NCAA and the third-largest in the Southeastern Conference, behind Kyle Field at Texas A&M University (106,511 in 2014, 102,512 in 2015) and Neyland Stadium at Tennessee (102,455).

12,000 (1924–1930) 22,000 (1931–1935) 30,000 (1936) 46,000 (1937–1952) 67,720 (1953–1961) 67,508 (1962–1965) 67,510 (1966–1973) 67,720 (1974–1976) 67,744 (1977) 76,092 (1978–1983) 76,869 (1984–1985) 77,542 (1986) 78,882 (1987) 80,140 (1988–1992) 80,150 (1993) 79,940 (1994–1999) 91,600 (2000–2004) 92,300 (2005) 92,400 (2006–2010) 92,542 (2011–2013) 102,321 (2014–present) Tiger Stadium, popularly known as Death Valley, is an outdoor stadium located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

It is best known as the home stadium of the Louisiana State University Tigers football team.

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