The LSU Tigers just got their hands on some new technology for the upcoming 2023 season.
LSU will wear “air-conditioned” helmets in practices and games this season after partnering with “Tigeraire.”
Mac Markway, Mekhi Wingo, Ashton Stamps, and more players gave rave reviews when trying their helmets on for the first time.
The helmets will be available to them for all practices and games this season.
It was back in 2020 when the LSU Office of Innovation & Technology Commercialization filed a patent that offered cooling and circulation technology.
The cooling system, called the Football Cyclone V2, is installed into the helmets. It holds a five-hour charge and is available on the company’s website for $185.
The 2022 LSU Tigers finished 10-4 with an SEC West title and Citrus Bowl win in Brian Kelly’s first season. He shocked everybody when he agreed to become the 32nd head coach in LSU football history in late November 2021.
Kelly served as Notre Dame head coach for 12 years following his stints at Cincinnati and Central Michigan. The Irish accomplished seven 10-win seasons under Kelly, including two trips to the College Football Playoff.
Instead of staying put, Kelly answered the LSU Tigers’ call and accepted a 10-year offer to make Baton Rouge’ home.’
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