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LSU will unveil it's newly renovated and expanded stadium, which now holds 102,321, in Saturday's home opener against Sam Houston State and Les Miles knows its going to be a special game. Per The Daily Reveille:
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“I would certainly say christening the stadium is something the team, the fans and the faithful should understand,” Miles said. “It should be a loud and very enthusiastic crowd.”

Although Tiger Stadium can fit almost 10,000 more fans than it previously could, Miles said he couldn’t imagine a louder venue affecting his players.

“They have always played in front of a stadium that is full and loud,” Miles said. “They would not recognize Tiger Stadium any other way.”

And in case you missed it, LSU released this electrifying video on Wednesday of Tiger Stadium lit up at night.
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Maybe Fournette was waiting to make his grand debut in the new LSU Coliseum?

LSU needs to open up the new stadium in dominating fashion by holding a shutout.
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It'll never be ready in time
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We hear ya Kenny Hilliard


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