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Byrdybyrd05
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Would Tiger Stadium be sold out if LSU vs Bama in a big game in -6 degree windchill?

Watching the Buffalo Bills game and it is 6 degrees with -6 degrees windchill. The stadium is sold out and I was wondering if LSU had a big game be Bama in Tiger Stadium with the same weather conditions, would it be a sell out?


Roll on Tigers
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Frick that. I can be comfy in my recliner


Sterling Archer
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I’d think not.


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themasterpater
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Hard pass
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Vyvanse
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If we regularly had weather like that in Baton Rouge, probably


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Shotgun Willie
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Bourbon heals all. Hoping Chiefs and Cincinnati keep winning so we can have a rematch here in KC. If so I’ll be there cold or not


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Turf Taint
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Under previous coaches, many on the roster would opt out.


spslayto
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Would the Bills Stadium be packed with a 100 plus degree heat index and high humidity?


BentonTiger7
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A top 5 undefeated matchup? Probably so. It’s hard to compare people from the south and north though. Up north they are used to it and have the clothes to handle it. I don’t know how much stuff I even own that I’d not freeze to death in -6deg weather while being fairly stationary for hours.


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tgdk11
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If by big game you mean top 10 matchup in early November... yes my a** would be in the seat, and would be a fun experience. Easier to hide brown water with that many layers .... and personal heater in a bottle. I'd prefer it over 99 and 11 am kickoff
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lostinbr
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I don’t think the weather itself would deter fans. The widespread power outages and road/bridge closures would be problematic, though.

This city shuts down if it gets into the 20’s. Our infrastructure would be fricked if we had that kind of weather.


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NorthshoreTiger76
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No


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DownSouthCrawfish
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In true Louisiana fashion the game would be canceled and rescheduled, or played at another location.


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Joshjrn
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Nope. The flip side is that a 95 degree game in 80% humidity in Buffalo would see half the stadium in heat stroke by halftime.


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stopitnow1
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We live in the south for a reason. People in that live up north are used to the cold so it's not as big of a deal as you would think is. Down here that would be a huge deal.


Chipand2Putts
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I would argue that any seat in that minus 6 degree freezer would be more tolerable (with appropriate preparation) than a seat with no shade and no breeze on a hot/muggy day in south Louisiana, especially if you got some sauce to keep you warm.


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LSUCreole
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The amount of camouflage in that stadium would be fricking hilarious


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Pelican fan99
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There might be 10,000 people


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TigerFanatic99
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Tiger Stadium isn't sold out against Bama in a big days when it's 72 degrees these days.


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