Have you all noticed that Purple & Gold has been touting other SEC programs that charge a personal seat license (PSL) payable to the sports foundation (at LSU, TAF) for the right to purchase seats? What are your thoughts on this? At LSU TAF only controls about 12 to 13% of the total seats in the stadium, exclusive of the East upper deck, which TAF controls. At other SEC schools, such as Florida and Bama, the foundations there control more like 60 to 70% of the seats, with PSLs as low as $200 and as high as $10000. I started buying season tickets in 1994, 4 years after I graduated. I started off going through TAF, making the contribution, etc. Now I have 4 tickets and a parking pass, all through TAF. It really chaps my ass that many folks have season tickets between the 20s or other prime tickets without having to contribute a dime to LSU or TAF. Contributions to the TAF and the university need to increase for LSU to consistently compete in athletics and academically. The best way to "inspire" contributions is to charge for the right to purchase tickets to one of the most entertaining and awe-inspiring events - held only seven times per year - right there in Death Valley. Yep - you folks who have been lucky enough to inherit tickets all these years - I'm talking about you. Time to pay up. My seats cost me $200 per seat in addition to face value (not a tall price to pay for one of the greatest shows on earth). I sit in North 39. If you are between the 20s, you are looking at $500 to $1000 per seat. Its time for all Tiger fans to begin to put their money where theirs asses are!! Ask TAF what you can do to help get this through the legislature next year. Geaux Tigers!!