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BATON ROUGE – The field in Tiger Stadium will have a different look on Saturday when the National L Club Spring Game takes place.

The Path logo, a new branding for the LSU Football program under head coach Brian Kelly, will be painted at the 50-yard line where the traditional “Eye of the Tiger” has been for games. Represented visually with the state of Louisiana, The Path is the process any player goes through in Kelly’s program from the moment they are recruited until long after they leave the University with a degree and as a champion.

In addition, the endzones will be painted in a manner that resembles the stripes on the LSU football helmet with LSU placed in the middle.

There will also be two National L Club Spring Game logos on separate sides of the field at the 25-yard line.

Saturday’s field painting is only for the spring game as the field will revert back to its traditional look when the Tigers take the field against Grambling in the home opener in September.

(Release via LSU Athletics)

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LSUvet7213 months
The change I want to see is Mike the Tiger in a wide, A/C thick plexiglas trailer roaring through a microphone at the Death valley 100,000 fans and winding them up before each home game !

PETA's time has passed and Mike is better than ten thousand jets passing over head or 100 parachuting patriots.
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This is the path.
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Zappas Stache13 months
The Eye is not traditional, it is inspired by a shitty 80's hit song.
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Lowes knowsLSU13 months
I guess you dont know anything about Lsu. Ah well it happens with weird people like you
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OweO13 months
Im all for trying something new, especially since its just the spring game.
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PetermanFanClub13 months
End zones are sweet!
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Geaux Guy13 months
So, ‘The Path’ is it. OK
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Havoc13 months
Sorry I prefer the Eye.
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Jd7518913 months
Love the end zones.
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atltiger648713 months
change the yard line numerals back to what they were. The current ones are terrible.
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy13 months
LOVE IT
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goatmilker13 months
Nice
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The Son of a QUEEN13 months
Craftsmanship.. I actually shed a tear.. Bravo Sirs
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It's just for the spring game...
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skullopener13 months
Don't mess with the old and boring traditions. Simple folks down here like it that way.
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reauxl tigers13 months
it's just for the spring game lol
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LSUMaverick13 months
I'm just glad it doesn't anything about "Diversity", "End Racism" or "BLM".
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Datbayoubengal13 months
I wish it did. So many of you are so obsessed with the possibility of any of that, that you have this constant pre outrage every time you hear about something is changing. New uniforms, bet not be diversity, new food, bet not be diversity, new paint, bet not be diversity, new building, new light, new parking lot, new car, etc, etc, etc, bet not be diverse? And it never is. The fact that diversity lives rent free in some of yalls head on the most mundane things, is baffling and sad.
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atltiger648713 months
Dat: you do understand that “diversity” is merely a code word for “race obsessed”. Most of us want a colorblind society, just like MLK wanted. And we all just want politics kept out of sports.
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armsdealer13 months
That is horrible.
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TigerinKorea13 months
I like the end zones.
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La Place Mike13 months
Why use blue paint?
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goatmilker13 months
Get your eyes checked sir LOL
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OweO13 months
Bruh. If you see blue anywhere in that picture you need an eye dr appointment ASAP.
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Cheesy Beaver13 months
BEAUTIFUL
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Walkboo413 months
Some of you are just old and miserable!
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WhoDatNC13 months
Perfect for a Spring game. Clean, simple message.
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