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Tiger Stadium (LSU)
Tiger Stadium is the stadium where the Louisiana State University football team plays its games. It has a seating capacity of 102,321, making it the sixth largest in the country. It is considered the loudest stadium with the most electrifying atmosphere of all university stadiums.
The Tiger Stadium is popularly known as “Death Valley” (The Valley of Death), due to the deafening shouting that usually accompanies the games that are held there. At first the nickname was “deaf valley” (the valley of the deaf), but with the passage of time it stayed with the one it currently has. During a nationally televised ESPN game against Auburn University in 2003, the network measured up to 119 decibels in parts of the game. On October 6, 2007 CBS measured 115 decibels in a game against the University of Florida.
Thomas Assembly Center (LSU)
The Samuel M. Thomas Assembly Center is an 8,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Ruston, Louisiana. The arena, named for its benefactor and businessman Samuel M. Thomas, is home to the Division I NCAA Louisiana Tech University Bulldogs (men) and Lady Techsters (women) basketball teams. The arena also hosts concerts and events.
The arena opened in November 1982 just west of Joe Aillet Stadium, and replaced the then-30-year-old Memorial Gymnasium on the corner of Tech Drive and Railroad Avenue. The men’s basketball team hosted the Southland Conference tournament in the TAC in 1985 and 1987, and four NIT games, one in 1986, two games in 2002, and one in 2015. The women’s team has hosted the first, second and regional rounds of the NCAA Women’s Basketball tournament nineteen times, most recently in 2003.
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