Two Alabama fans reportedly broke into LSU’s Tiger Stadium, defaced midfield logo

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Eye of tiger Stadium and scratched the midfield logo. (Photo courtesy: Marty Smith Twitter)

BATON ROUGE, La. – According to our news partners at, reports this morning indicate two Alabama students broke into LSU’s tiger Stadium overnight and defaced the eye of the tiger logo at midfield.

LSU plays host to SEC rival and No. 1 Alabama at 7 p.m.

According to David Taylor, LSU assistant athletic director for event management, two men jumped a fence and were arrested at midfield. He received a call from police regarding the matter at 3 a.m.

On ESPN’s “College GameDay” program, reporter Marty Smith said that the two men were reportedly Alabama students from Maryland.

Smith continued to add information to the report, providing information from the LSU Police department that the two students are Timothy Foley and Sean McGinity, both 18. They have been charged with criminal trespass.