In recent years, LSU has been extremely successful in football and baseball, and Tiger fans have flocked to games to see them play. If the fans want to keep watching LSU play it is going to cost them more money.
According to The Advocate,
The LSU Board of Supervisors approved a policy Friday that will raise both parking and ticket prices for sports fans. The new policy means that tickets for 63,000 seats inside Tiger Stadium and 2,400 parking spaces outside the venue will be more expensive when LSU’s football team takes the field next fall.
Joe Alleva, LSU’s Athletic Director, argues that the increase in ticket cost is necessary for LSU to keep up in the highly competitive SEC.
It is a hard time to ask the LSU fans to pay even more money for a ticket. LSU already had trouble getting fans into the stadium this season. Anthony Johnson even called out the fans after the there were many empty seats and a lack of noise at the LSU-Florida game.