LSU officials really need to do something about security at Tiger Stadium, which was broken into yet again on Saturday afternoon.

This time, the culprits were five teenagers, who unlawfully entered the stadium around 1:45 p.m., according to The Advocate.

In the report, LSU spokesperson Ernie Ballard said the teens were cited for their unauthorized entry and then released.

Though it seems as if this case was just one of curious kids wanting to see the field up close, the trend of break-ins at Tiger Stadium needs to stop.

School officials need to do something to boost security around the stadium in order to put an end to the trend before someone with bad intentions vandalizes something, like a pair of 18-year-old Alabama fans did during the season when they broke in and scratched the tiger eye at midfield.