The LSU Tigers have changed things up in Tiger Stadium for this weekend's game against Army.

The Tigers are proudly hosting Army in "Death Valley" for the very first time and to show their appreciation for those who are committed to serving our country, LSU has painted their endzones in camouflage colors.

The photo, which LSU football shared on social media, shows the end zones in the colors that we've never seen before in Tiger Stadium.

While Tiger fans can often be hostile towards the opponents in Baton Rouge, I highly doubt that you hear any booing coming from the LSU faithful this weekend.

LSU and Army will kick things off Saturday night at 6:30 p.m. and the game will be televised on ESPN.

Check out what LSU has done to honor those whom they will be hosting this weekend.




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