LSU Unveils New Field Designs for Annual Spring Game [PHOTOS]
So, what do you think of this?
LSU Football released several photos of the field in Tiger Stadium prior to their annual Spring Game and it has fans talking.
One of the most noticeable changes on the playing field at LSU is the end zones. Rather than being painted in the traditional purple and gold, there's a mix of white paint included.
In addition to the end zones looking different, the 50-yard line is the symbol of the state of Louisiana.
The eye of the tiger is usually painted at mid-field for LSU, but in anticipation of the Spring Game is the outline of our state.
While some fans are more for the traditional look, others have suggested on social media that LSU go with this color scheme in the fall. I doubt that happens.
The Tigers and Coach Brian Kelly will take the field this Saturday in "Death Valley" for their Spring Game, which is free for the public to attend.
The "game" will start at 1 pm.
Here are a few photos shared by LSU Football, of the field in Baton Rouge.