Don't F*** with my traditions... LSU only wears white jerseys for the home opener and for home games against SEC opponents. For non-SEC home games other than the home opener, LSU wears purple jerseys at home. The rule allowing LSU to wear white at home has one stipulation: the visiting team must agree. On two occasions, LSU was forced to wear colored jerseys at home. The first time was in 1996 against Vanderbilt, who was still angry at LSU for hiring Gerry DiNardo, who left Vanderbilt to become LSU's head coach after the 1994 season. LSU wore gold jerseys for that game (a 35-0 LSU victory), and fans were encouraged to wear white in an effort to "white out" the Commodores. The second time was in 2004, when Oregon State did want not to suffer in its black jerseys in the humid weather of Louisiana in late summer. . . . . who's gonna be the first pillowbiter to deny me white jersey's at home?