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  1. 9 points
    I know Guice had 22 rushes for 276 yds, thats 12.5 ypc.. Also 1 reception for 9 yards. But Williams had 103 yards rushing and 105 yards receiving. Darrel Williams, who became the first player in LSU history to have more than 100 yards rushing (103) and receiving (105) in the same game.
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    watson18

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

  4. 6 points
    Herb

    LSU vs Arkansas Game Thread

    Just got back from the landfill...think I saw the Razorback team there? Buzzards and seagulls and chit were circling.
  5. 6 points
    Hatchertiger

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

    6:15 ESPN. Not much really needs to be said about this game in any year. Throw out the records. We all know the history. We've heard all the stories. It's time for LSU to take an ole piss in the hotty toddy potty. Following the loss against Troy, many fans had already given up on the season. However, two SEC wins against ranked teams has pushed the Tigers back into the polls. Snapping a 3 game losing streak, Ole Myth hung 57 on Vandy this past week. Can the Tigers keep the momentum going? Has this team found an identity and a winning formula? As they say, we are fixin' to find out!!!!!!
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    TigerEmcee

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

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    Greg

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

    GEAUX TO HELL OLE PISS GEAUX TO HELL!!!
  8. 5 points
    Greg

    Brandon Harris .... He Gone.

  9. 5 points
    Herb

    Shark humper fired at Florida

    All I can say is that he got what he deserved.
  10. 5 points
    watson18

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

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    Deceks7

    Vaya con Dios Streak

    At a very dark time for my son a horse came into his life and gave him transport back to us. Run free my friend. You will live in our hearts forever. Those of you with a child having a disability or ASD, remember to always keep trying. Though we had horses in our backgrounds the idea of therapeutic riding had not crossed our minds, we were so overwhelmed. One of the people who were trying to work with our son, the one he still works with today, had said I just can't reach him. She suggested we contact someone she knew and a new relationship was started. As I mentioned before, the first day he threw a leg over a horse I saw a light in his eyes that I had not seen in well over a year. When he finished his first ride he asked, in a nervous, yet happily excited small voice, "Now, how do I get down?". The people at the center did not expect him to be perfect, and he responded so quickly. Learning to drive tractors, how to medicate the stock, getting the combination to barn so he could take a turn feeding the stock, and helping with other kids. And it all came back to Streak. The horse knew when my son was not well and carried him. He knew when they could run. He taught my son that he had a responsibility to take charge and keep both of them safe. He taught my son anger and frustration had negative implications for him and others. He showed my son how something so big and powerful can respond to a gentle hand. He helped my son develop a skill to plan ahead in the middle of an activity. He taught my son how to accept and deal with unplanned events while keeping an eye on the objective. My son became a rider, not a passenger in life. Most of all, he reflected to my son who he was. And that person climbed out of the abyss.
  13. 4 points
    watson18

    LSU just got a SLAM DUNK!

    Geaux Coach Wade, Geaux! https://www.tigerdroppings.com/lsu-basketball/four-star-prospects-darius-days-and-javonte-smart-officially-sign-with-lsu/73389761/
  14. 4 points
    PaducahMichael

    Ugh

    Moral victories are for losers. We can't accept them. Having said that, we were a quarterback away from winning that game. I have HOPE for the next couple of years. Our young O-line played very well against "the best". Not a moral victory but an indicator of things to come.
  15. 4 points
    watson18

    Last shot

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    watson18

    Bregman is OFFICIALLY a major leaguer!!

    You must have just gotten home. And yes Bregman's hit the walk off RBI to win Game 5.
  17. 4 points
    watson18

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

  18. 4 points
    Geauxtigs

    LSU's Motivation for Ole Piss

    Interesting read. Coach O wants to beat these clowns in the worst way, and I think he'll have the Tigers ready to play. https://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2017/10/19/16501836/ed-orgeron-ole-miss-lsu-2017
  19. 4 points
    Fishhead

    Russell Gage

    Is a badass. Dude was a 3* CB coming out of high school, and IMO, is the HEART of this offense thus far. 110% effort in everything he does, offense or ST. He's quickly becoming my favorite player. He's like a less hyped Jarvis Landry IMO...who is my favorite player of the past decade, maybe top 2 all time. Gage is doing it as a converted CB who came in with little NO fanfare. LOVE his effort!
  20. 3 points
    I am so happy to announce I have found a job on the Northshore and my start date is December 4th. Goodbye Causeway commute!!! The job I am leaving morphed into a position that had me on call 24/7. My holidays and vacations were interrupted. I cringed every time a text message would pop up. The emails were nonstop. At first, I believed I just made a bad decision. Now, I know God placed me there for a reason, and I am so glad I was there Since turning in my resignation, my stress level is dropping, my faith is stronger and looking forward to this new journey. Please keep your faith, prayers for all!
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    houtiger

    Etting is top 20 in the country

    I agree. We all like him, he has heart, he works hard, and he's given the team all that he has. I think he was our best option this year and I'm glad he got to live his dream and start for a power 5 team. He's accomplished a lot. We can thank Cam Cameron for bringing him here. He's leading the team to a successful year.
  24. 3 points
    Fishhead

    Etting is top 20 in the country

    Lol y'all know I agree with you, but think the way he's viewed by most is a little out of whack. He's not elite, he's serviceable. But he's not trash.
  25. 3 points
    Herb

    To all veterans...

    Happy Veterans Day and from the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for serving this great country.
  26. 3 points
    houtiger

    2018 Recruiting Class - Football

    Article on the remaining targets that Jimmy Smith thinks we will get: http://www.nola.com/recruiting/index.ssf/2017/10/latest_projection_of_lsus_2018.html#incart_river_mobile_home
  27. 3 points
    RISE AND SHINE TIGERS!!! Pork for brunch - let's get some!
  28. 3 points
    Hatchertiger

    LSU vs Arkansas Game Thread

    Why would somebody who has the means to go to any game not go? Unreal. Must have forgot the 90's. If you have a ticket get your @ss to the game and yell your lungs out every play Arky has the ball. If you can talk after the game ... you have failed your team. Geaux F'ng Tigers!!!!!!
  29. 3 points
    LSU's Graduation Success Rate Reaches All-Time High November 08, 2017, 12:00 PM (CT) Updated: November 08, 2017, 12:06 PM (CT) Michael Bonnette (@LSUBonnette) Assoc. Athletic Director/Communications BATON ROUGE – The success of LSU student-athletes in the classroom reached a new milestone Wednesday as the University scored an all-time high of 90 percent in the most recent Graduation Success Rate released by the NCAA. LSU's 90 percent rating was up two points from last year's mark of 88 and it marked the eighth time in nine years the school's performance improved from the previous year. The 90 percent GSR rating is up a staggering 21 points since vice chancellor and director of athletics Joe Alleva took over at LSU. "This is a championship-caliber achievement," Alleva said. "When we talk about excellence in all things, this is what we mean. "Since the day I got here nearly 10 years ago, we have placed heavy emphasis on not just improving our performance in the classroom but leading the way. We don't want to follow or be average, we want to lead the pack and we are well on our way to doing that in relatively short period of time. "It's our goal to raise the standard here at LSU every single year." And that's just what LSU has done. When Alleva joined LSU in 2008, the school reported a GSR score of 69 percent. Since then, LSU's steady climb to its current score of 90 ranks as the best improvement in the Southeastern Conference over that span. "The graduation rate wasn't acceptable," Alleva said of LSU's rate when he joined the Tiger staff. "We challenged each other, we poured resources into the program and we put great people in place to lead, mentor and educate our student-athletes who have since worked hard to make this happen. It's come together now and we're seeing the results and those results will change lives for generations to come." "This honor goes to our student-athletes who don't always get the credit they deserve for not only working long hours to represent our university on the field of play, but spending even more hours pursuing success in the classroom. This is their achievement Five sports led LSU with perfect score of 100 – men's golf, men's tennis, women's golf, women's tennis and volleyball. In addition to LSU's five perfect scores, football, men's basketball and baseball all recorded all-time high GSR scores for the school. LSU's nationally-ranked football team registered a 78, significantly higher than the national average of 44 percent. LSU's baseball team scored a 95, while the men's basketball program recorded a score of 82 percent, both well above the federal average of 29 and 38 percent respectively for each of those sports. Additionally, seven other sports scored 92 percent or higher led by men's swimming and diving and women's track at 96 percent followed by baseball, women's soccer and women's swimming and diving at 95 percent. Women's basketball and the NCAA runner-up gymnastics team round out the LSU teams above 90 at 93 percent. "Scoring a 90 percent in the GSR is no small feat," LSU Assistant Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs and Executive Director Cox Communications Academic Center for Student-Athletes Kenneth Miles said. "Success like this happens by design, not by accident. We understand that it takes a village to graduate one student-athlete. "We have unwavering support from Academic Affairs, the LSU Athletic Department and the Tiger Athletic Foundation, and we certainly appreciate their efforts towards reaching our goals. Our student-athletes are to be applauded for their dedication to academics and their commitment to earning a degree." These scores provide proof that LSU is putting its student-athletes on the right track for success after their college careers have been completed. "The vast majority of student-athletes will not compete professionally in sports," Alleva said. "Our job is to prepare them as best we can for that next step. A degree and the knowledge and skills associated with earning that degree are invaluable." The NCAA developed the Graduation Success Rate to more accurately assess the academic success of student-athletes. The rate holds institutions accountable for transfer students, unlike the federal graduation rate. The GSR also accounts for midyear enrollees and is calculated for every sport. Under the calculation, institutions are not penalized for outgoing transfer students who leave in good academic standing. The outgoing transfers are included in the receiving institution's GSR cohort. The most recent Division I Graduation Success Rates are based on the four entering classes from 2007-2008 through 2010-11. The NCAA began compiling these figures with the entering freshmen class of 1995.
  30. 3 points
    houtiger

    LSU just got a SLAM DUNK!

    Wow! Must be a new sheriff in town! You can turn a basketball program around much faster than football. Looks like this one is gonna turn pretty quick.
  31. 3 points
    houtiger

    LSU vs Arkansas Game Thread

    All good points. Hangover is the greatest risk, hard to avoid. It will be up to the coaches to get the guys back up, play for a better bowl to attend. Arky not doing too well this year. I'm more concerned about A&M this year.
  32. 3 points
    Hatchertiger

    LSU vs Alabama Game Thread

    In my view we were a couple of plays on offense from being right in the game until the bitter end. For the first time since 2010 we had over 300 yards of offense against Bama. We just couldn't make the plays that counted. They did.
  33. 3 points
    watson18

    tOSU Band's new script

    And oldie but goodie.
  34. 3 points
    OkieTigerTK

    My Big Announcement Redo

    oh, kinda funny story. i cut greenie off of pics of the house a couple of weeks before we traded places last week. i wanted him to see the house as a whole, not bits and pieces. i mean, this is the man that just a couple of months ago asked if i had picked out countertops. yes, in february, and even sent him pics of what i picked out and then brought home samples. *eyeroll* he didn't even know what some things designed and picked out were. just left it up to me. he got there on tuesday and i got a text.... "chuck showed me around. i can't believe this is ours!!!!" lol. it appears he approves of my design sense.
  35. 3 points
    PaducahMichael

    Ugh

    If Danny's arm was as big as his heart we'd be very competitive. He plays hard and is a good leader but just doesn't quite have "it". Can't say enough about Key's improvement. He's a madman again and really played well tonight. The entire defense looked really good. A couple of busts, but mostly very solid. Tigers actually won the yardage, first downs and time of possession. Just couldn't quite get over the hump on the scoreboard. Playing well and losing isn't fun - but it isn't embarrassing either.
  36. 3 points
    That's what she said...
  37. 3 points
    TigerEmcee

    Denver, CO

    Had a great time! The weather was all over the place (70s one day, snowing the next), but fun nonetheless. Only place we ventured outside of Denver was Golden. A bit touristy, but very pretty. Golden was a taste of the landscape of the West which I really want to see more of. Pictures to come.
  38. 3 points
    Deceks7

    LSU vs Alabama Game Thread

    Hopefully the officials will get the calls right and not call the bammer rules style of game. I get so tired of the phony spots, lack of holding calls, and PI that don't make sense in real time, let alone with the fabricated decisions during replay.... Shut down the run, hurt Hurt, laissez les bon temps rouler And 1 more thing Geaux Tigers !!!!!!
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  40. 3 points
    DJ

    Sound familiar?

    Kind of good timing for this. Heard talking heads about Penn State is out of it after losing a close one to OSU. They're out of the conference championship game unless OSU loses 2 games, very unlikely. Therefore, even tho (as I heard them say) "PSU is still the 2nd best team ion the country", that loss eliminates them from the FBS playoffs despite what the experts "think". Same type of loss happened to some other team in 2011, when there were only 2 picked to play, unlike 4 this year. But nooooooo, PSU lost and are eliminated from FBS playoffs since they don't even qualify for a conference championship. Unless of course you're... Forcing LSU to rematch in 2011 was the 2nd biggest injustice forced on an any team in the history of athletic competition. #1 is 1972 Olympics giving Russia 3 chances to score the winning basket to steal the Gold from the USA team.
  41. 3 points
    swampangel

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

    I can't disagree with that. Four weeks ago I was concerned about keeping Bammer from scoring triple digits against us.
  42. 3 points
    swampangel

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

    Don't know. That was pretty impressive. My worry is that Bammer may shut down our passing game too. But if Bammer shuts our passing game down, you can rest assured they'll shut down the running game too. Big game in two weeks, but I am seriously concerned about it.
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    watson18

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

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    watson18

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

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    Herb

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

    You sure its not at 6:15:04?
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    Eq4bits

    Game Topic: LSU vs Ole Piss

    G E A U X ! ! ! !
  50. 2 points
    LSUDad

    Canada offense review

    Chiefs coach Andy Reid praises LSU OC Matt Canada on ‘Mike and Mike’ Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid is a fan of new LSU offensive coordinator Matt Canada Scott Cunningham/Getty Images Alex Hickey @bigahickey New LSU offensive coordinator Matt Canada has a big fan in Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. Reid, a guest on ESPN’s “Mike and Mike” radio show Thursday morning, was talking about how much football has evolved since the famed 1958 NFL Championship Game between the Baltimore Colts and New York Giants that put the league in the national spotlight. Reid thinks shifts are a huge part of that evolution, especially at the college level. And he says Canada is a master of that craft. In response to co-host Mike Golic’s observation that Canada “does an unbelievable variety of formations and motions to run basic plays” after seeing Pitt in the Pinstripe Bowl, Reid had this to say: The kid you’re talking about, Coach Canada, does a phenomenal job of moving people around and running the same play from a gazillion different motions and shifts. That’s what makes it exciting. From an offensive side, if you can spread it out and make the defense cover, it puts a lot of pressure on defensive players and it takes away from the blitz game. Canada — a 45-year-old “kid” — was the signature hire of Ed Orgeron’s first offseason as LSU’s head coach. His Pitt offense averaged 42.3 points and 447.5 yards per game this season. Reid’s praise doesn’t come cheap. Despite occasional criticism of his in-game strategy in crucial postseason moments, Reid’s respected X’s and O’s knowledge on offense has kept him employed as an NFL head coach with the Eagles and Chiefs since 1999.