Tiger Stadium definitely needs better security.

LSU’s football stadium has a history of break-ins and just when it looked like no one would want to trespass in the stadium, the school is currently replacing the surface of the stadium, another break-in has reportedly taken place.

If you missed the news this week, LSU has announced its upcoming spring game will be moved to Southern University in Baton Rouge. Here’s the statement LSU AD Scott Woodward released announcing that the team’s spring game was moving to A.W. Mumford Stadium as Tiger Stadium receives a new playing surface in time for the 2020 season.

“This is a win for this community overall. Southern University has a terrific facility and we are grateful to athletic director Roman Banks and Coach Odums for hosting us. We’re excited to play some football on the bluff in the spring.”

Despite the ongoing work to Tiger Stadium, WBRZ Channel 2 in Baton Rouge is reporting that campus police are investigating an incident captured in the video below.

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