Least intimidating college football stadiums

03 May

Opposite the North Stand opened in 1935, looks somewhat plain and functional.

Both the North & South Stands are two tiered and have a number of supporting pillars.

The skills and concentration of rally fans will be pushed to their limits.

Seating over 100,000 fans and nicknamed “Death Valley,” poll after poll has proclaimed Tiger Stadium as one of the greatest sites anywhere for a football game -- college or professional.

NO PLACE LIKE HOME LSU enters the 2014 season having won 57 of its 64 games under coach Les Miles in Tiger Stadium, a stretch that dates back to the start of the 2005 season and includes wins over 17 Top 25 teams. LSU is 87-12 at home since the 2000 season -- including perfect home records of 7-0 in 2004, 8-0 in 2006, 7-0 in 2010 , 6-0 in 2011 and 7-0 in 2013.

Under Miles, the Tigers shattered the school record for consecutive home victories with 22 from Oct. Only twice since 2000 have the Tigers lost more than one home game.

For LSU fans, there’s nothing better than spending a night in Tiger Stadium.

LSU home football games are events talked about year round and happenings in Tiger Stadium are passed down from generation to generation.