Pessimistic Things I Think:
1) For the place known as Music City, the Titans have a god-awful in-stadium sound system. Mr Adams would be good to dismantle the south endzone audio assault weapon and replace it with a remote speaker in every section, but that would cost money so it won't happen.
2) Due to the facility sharing that takes place between the Titans and TSU, the field becomes a disaster area by mid-October every season. The obvious solution would be to replace the field with the nifty rubberized ball turf material, but another would be to refurbish/build a new football facility for TSU. As a TSU student I would prefer the latter, but it is a moot point anyway because both cost money.
3) This really isn't about LP Field but about the fans: despite the fact that we have a nice consecutive sellout streak the stadium appears at best 3/4 full most of the time. Regardless of how the game ends there may be only 2/3 of the fans that came to the game left by the it's over. This is a disgrace. For the "best fans in the NFL" we certainly have lackluster support actually at the game.
These are the things I've noticed at games since 1999. What are your thoughts on the matter? Any other complaints or proposed solutions?