More non-optimally located suite construction. More seats to add to the 15,000 empty for the Florida game. This doesn't seem to make Tiger Stadium the stadium of the future, just a bigger version of the stadium of today (which is also the case for Kyle Field). Both will be more profitable, of course, assuming the construction cost doesn't have to be factored into the equation. We're still waiting for the first SEC stadium of the future.
LSU is one of several SEC schools — Kentucky, Mississippi State, Texas A&M, etc — in the middle or at the beginning of a stadium renovation project. In the case of Tiger Stadium, yet another expansion is on the way, this one in the South end zone.
Once complete, Tiger Stadium will join Neyland Stadium (Tennessee) and Bryant-Denny Stadium (LSU) as the biggest in the SEC. Kyle Field at Texas A&M is scheduled to be the biggest in the SEC (102,500) when its expansion is complete in August 2015, though we’d bet that Tennessee officials will re-jigger the seat layout at Neyland in order to add 50-100 more… and reclaim the “biggest stadium in the South” title.
LSU’s project is expected to be completed by next season.