Cheering fans caused tremors at Tiger Stadium during LSU's overtime win against Bama
BATON ROUGE - Tiger Stadium was shaking, quite literally, during LSU's thrilling win over the Crimson Tide on Saturday.
LSU's College of Science reported Monday that an on-campus seismograph registered seismic activity not once but twice during the Tigers' 32-31 win over Alabama. Both came just minutes apart during overtime.
LSU fans shook the Earth AGAIN!— LSU (@LSU) November 7, 2022
At 10:03 pm Saturday night in Death Valley, @LSUfootball scored a touchdown in overtime.
At 10:06, the Tigers scored the game-winning 2-point conversion.
BOTH moments registered on our @LSUscience seismograph! pic.twitter.com/dOt9tzr6yR
“There were clear signals that were picked up by the seismometer in both of those times and we were able to calibrate it based on some of the videos that people had taken, so they had exact time frames for all of these," said Darrell Henry, Chair of the Department of Geology and Physics at LSU.
Watch one of those moments in the video below.
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