I sold Cokes in Tiger Stadium in the early 60's. The first game I remember details about is the 1965 LSU-Tulane game. LSU scored at the end of the game making it 60-0. Charles McClendon had the team kick the extra point. The stadium went beserk. They wanted to run for 2 points to make it 62-0 for the third time in 8 years.The kick was good but Tulane was off-sides. The stadium exploded. Everyone was screaming "Two, two points!". McClendon went for 2.
Years later Tulane won 14-0. Baton Rouge was flooded with bumper stickers reading "14-0 IS A FAD, 62-0 IS A TRADITION".
I lived in West stadium dorm in 66-67. Saw the home games. The dorms would rock with the pregame crowds.
While driving cross-country after my second of 3 tours of Vietnam, I stopped in El Paso for the 1971 Sun Bowl (LSU-IOWA STATE). El Paso has sun 300 days a year. I was in a short-sleeve shirt. It snowed. Nearly froze. A tiger fan behind me offered some "antifreeze". God bless him!