LSU Indoor Practice Facility
Skip Bertman Drive|
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803
|Coordinates||30°24′34″N 91°11′19″W / 30.40953°N 91.18867°WCoordinates: 30°24′34″N 91°11′19″W / 30.40953°N 91.18867°W|
|Owner||Louisiana State University|
|Operator||LSU Athletics Department|
|LSU Tigers football (NCAA)|
The LSU Indoor Practice Facility, built in 1991, is a climate-controlled 82,500 square feet facility connected to the Football Operations Center and adjacent to LSU's four outdoor 100-yard football practice fields. It holds the 100-yd Anderson-Feazel LSU indoor field. The playing surface is Momentum Field Turf by SportExe. The indoor practice facility is adjacent to both the football-only weight room and LSU's four outdoor practice fields. Besides allowing the team to practice during inclement weather, the indoor practice facility is used for LSU's summer endurance training and summer football camps.
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