LSU To Rename Stadium After Nick Saban


Nov 9, 2013; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles and Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban greet each other midfield before the start of their game at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

In the shock of SEC Media Days Les Miles announced that LSU would be renaming Tiger Stadium.

We all know LSU has had financial problems over the last few years and it looks like the rename is a way to earn some much needed cash. With that in mind sources have indicated that LSU is set to sell the naming rights to Tiger Stadium to Nick Saban.

“LSU has always been good to us aight, and I thought we should be good to them aight, they came to us aight, and we decided to help aight” said Nick Saban.

One board member, a Mr. Remy LeBeau, said he felt that this is something that should have been proposed a few years ago. “I say I tink dis is a great way fo de unibersity to gat mo monies for udder tings” said Remy LeBeau.

This fall Tiger Stadium shall be rechristened “Nick Saban Stadium.” Many already refer to the stadium as Bryant-Denny West so this would serve a better purpose as a stadium that bears the name of Saban.

After the naming is finished, the sun will set in the west in the fall on gamedays and it will be Saturday night in Nick’s Valley.

It’s not just the stadium naming rights LSU is selling though, they are also selling the naming rights to the field itself with strong interest from both French’s Mustard and that corndog place that’s in every mall food court.

As most of you know, Coach Saban’s first taste of coaching the SEC came in Baton Rouge beginning in 2000. He even led the Tigers to a BCS title while there and built the foundation that allowed Les Miles to win another a few short years later.

Miles of course has his own great successes as well. This year LSU beat Ole Miss and even stormed the field in celebration of beating a Mississippi team. Les Miles will still have the locker rooms named after him the “Les Miles Music City Bowl” locker rooms can never be renamed.

I also reached out on Twitter to any LSU fans that would like to comment. “Hell, I don’t like it”, said Maurice Cannon McClendon DiNardo. “We had Little Nicky beat twice in Tiger Stadium and then him and the Bammers had a comeback. Now, he is going to come back to beat us again in his own stadium. Gumbo. Jambalaya.” When asked her thoughts of the move, Louisa “Ouiser” Boudreaux responded with, “LOL I love corndogs. Did you know that half o’ Chiquapin Parish’d give their eye teeth to take a whack at me?”.

If you have made it this far, we hope that you are excited as we are about this. We also hope that you are excited to know that this is a satirical piece and at times when waiting on kickoff, we try to have some fun. We will see you in Tuscaloosa in November, Tiger fans.