This aerial panorama of Louisiana State University, taken by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights Tiger Stadium. When Tiger Stadium opened in 1924, seating capacity was 12,000. As of 2008, it is the sixth-largest college football stadium in the nation, holding 92,400 fans - the largest crowd reaching 92,910. The stadium is legendary for crowd noise, giving it the nickname "Death Valley," for its excruciating levels of decibel-breaking sound. Overall, LSU Tigers football, nicknamed the "Bayou Bengals," has over 697 victories (12th most in NCAA history) and 3 national titles. Established in 1860, Louisiana State University is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and educates over 28,000 students.