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Maybe now we'll be able to hear what the players are saying when they're interviewed in the indoor practice facility
Reply51 months
Since the Tiger isn't allowed in the stadium, they will eventually change the mascot to a kindler, gentler animal to appease PETA and this is the second step.
Reply51 months
PETA says we can change it to either a possum or brown bear to clash with New Miss's black bear.
51 months
All my friends always say, the EYE at midfield was the best logo in NCAA football. WHy change it??
Reply51 months
Leave the eye at midfield but put the tiger head on the 25 on the opposite sides of the SEC logo
Reply51 months
People from around the country think the Eye is the coolest midfield logo in the country...and some of you baffoons want to change it. You want it changed, then change it on your play stations.
Reply51 months
Read your post again. When you spot what it is that made you the biggest monkey here, get back to me.
51 months
That tigger face? What happened to the eye?
Reply51 months
New lights? What's new?
Reply51 months
Yeah, it says it was built in 1991...that's about what I thought. I believe we were the first to have an indoor facility in sec. It needs maintenance and upgrades every now and then, that's with anything really.
Reply51 months
Lau has had am indoor facility for a looooong time dude. LSU was one of the first universities to have an indoor facility. We have had it since the mid 90s for sure, because I remember walking by it on the way to games as a kid.
Reply51 months
Turf goes bad, and you need new turf...it doesn't last but for a few years and it starts to fray. The lights were needed too bc the lights that they had in there before weren't bright and looked kinda dim. It was a needed improvement, or they wouldn't have done it.
Reply51 months
sounds reasonable...thanks...
51 months
maybe time has gotten away from me, but it doesn't seem like the facility is old enough to need that kind of maintenance. they only use it when the weather is bad, right?
Reply51 months
They, along with many other sports, use it almost everyday.
51 months
Interesting that they don't use the same number font as Tiger Stadium for the yard markers, and they don't mark it every 5 yards like Tiger Stadium. I like the Tiger Head Logo on the field. Wouldn't mind seeing that on Game day.
Reply51 months
Nah I love the eye, mate :cheers:
51 months
And he'll no, we keep the eye of the tiger at midfield in tiger stadium.
Reply51 months
Top notch facility. That's really nice. You couldn't ask or expect more no matter what level of football you're playing. That's better than alot of nfl indoor facilities.
Reply51 months
does that mean the "buzz" will be gone?
Reply51 months
yes
51 months
Is it time to replace the eye of the tiget logo in Tiger Stadium?
Reply51 months
Y E S!!!
51 months
No! Hell no! That's the coolest midfield logo in all of football
51 months
Not no ........but F$&k no
51 months
It looks very good!
Reply51 months
Nice
Reply51 months
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