History: Centrally located on 105 acres along the east bank of the Cumberland River and just across the water from the heart of downtown Nashville, the stadium opened its doors in August 1999. In a famous and controversial play dubbed the "Music City Miracle" at what was then known as Adelphia Coliseum, Kevin Dyson took a Frank Wycheck lateral on a kickoff return 75 yards in for a touchdown with 16 seconds left, lifting the Titans to a 22-16 victory in the AFC Wild Card playoff game against the Bills. More than 2,000 trees were planted on stadium property. A 10-year stadium-naming-rights agreement with Louisiana Pacific was announced in 2006. The facility also is the home football field for the Tennessee State University.