We had the fancy people seats in Tiger Stadium.
LSU-Ole Miss on Saturday night with a slight but not uncomfortable chill in a quintessential Louisiana cultural experience. There are probably dozens of Thrillist clickbaity articles that say this already. Anyway it's a good time. Especially win the Tigers win. Especially when they win on the strength of a record-setting performance from one of their all time greats.
If you're gonna go, it's important to be aware of a few things, though. First, there are no alcohol sales in Tiger Stadium. This seems kind of prudish at first, although it's probably a good thing at least as far as one's wallet is concerned. It's far cheaper to start drinking early on and use the time in the stadium to sober up. Not everyone does it this way. Try to give the amateurs as wide a berth as possible.
Also, if you're driving to and from Baton Rouge, be prepared to wait in traffic. We parked over in one of the "levee lots" over by River Road about a ten minute walk further back from where this picture was taken.
After the game, all of those cars have to funnel out onto a single file line going away from the river. We got in the car around 12:30 and didn't make it out back to Nicholson Drive until almost 2:00 am. And that was before the hour and a half drive back down I-10 to New Orleans.
So I guess what we're saying here is, if you're going to Tiger Stadium, be sure and bring plenty beer for the pregaming activity, and plenty of something well caffeinated for the ride home. Whatever you do, avoid taking an Uber because, well..
Oh and be aware that when there's an election coming you'll want to steer clear of the politicians
and.. well... worse than politicians who tend to creep about the
stadium during this time.