LSU joined what several other college stadiums have done around the country and paid tribute to military veterans.

The school on Thursday unveiled a “Chair of Honor” to make room in the north end to honor those who have served their country.

A plaque next to the “Chair of Honor” reads: “This unoccupied chair is in honor of those who are still Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA) and symbolizes there will always be a place in this stadium awaiting their return.”

There are plenty of traditions at Tiger Stadium and across college football, but this is one that everyone can support.