Posted: Jun 14, 2011 12:32 PM
Source: Associated Press
BATON ROUGE, La. - LSU and the Tiger Athletic Foundation are surveying season ticket holders to gage interest in a possible expansion of premium seating in Tiger Stadium.
The 92,400-seat on-campus stadium known as Death Valley is routinely sold out for games against Southeastern Conference rivals, so officials have decided to look into whether there's more
demand for either club seats or suites that would hang over the stands behind the south end zone.
LSU is also considering adding a club lounge that would be accessible to fans in lower level seats along the east sideline.
Tiger Stadium currently has 70 suites and about 3,400 club seats which hang below the upper decks on each sideline.
Total home game revenues routinely exceed $4 million.