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Oilfieldbiology
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2016
31722 posts

re: The play that broke a fanbase and launched a thousand posts
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They struggled to beat 7-6 Ole Miss and 4-8 Arkansas.


Because that game took our soul.


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Rohan Gravy
LSU Fan
New Orleans
Member since Jan 2017
15575 posts



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TutHillTiger
LSU Fan
Mississippi Alabama
Member since Sep 2010
32619 posts

Kick Six and punt bama punt say hi


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TexasForever
Texas Fan
Member since Jul 2021
2479 posts

I had front row seats for that one. The atmosphere, the food, the partying, the hospitality, the game...fricking 10/10. That weekend was incredible but it would've been even more fun had LSU won.





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TheTideMustRoll
Alabama Fan
Birmingham, AL
Member since Dec 2009
6982 posts

If I could change one thing about my college football life it would have been to sit my arse on the couch and watch the end of that game. I got so fricking pissed off when LSU completed the pass for a first down around our 10-yard line late in the game that I left my parents' house, where I was watching it with my dad, to drive home. I listened to the comeback on the radio in my car. Eli's call of the end of the game was pretty awesome, but still, I wish I had had just a little more faith so I could have seen that with my dad.

I learned my lesson, though. I was massively pissed off in 2014 too but I sat my arse on the couch and watched until the end when we pulled off another last-minute win.

God we fricking own LSU.


antibarner
Alabama Fan
Member since Oct 2009
21843 posts

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God we fricking own LSU.


That says it ALL


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Penrod
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2011
29284 posts

Nah, that play was just the culmination that we knew was coming. Whenever your team has the other on the ropes, yet loses, it’s the play that let them off the ropes that stings. In that game, it was the second and third downs when we were inside your 30. Bama was utterly unable to stop OBJ, yet we ran the ball both times, failed to convert, then missed the FG. At that point we just knew. Les just never had the sense to do what worked. He was always going to try to power it in the clutch.


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cajunbama
Alabama Fan
Metairie
Member since Jan 2007
26892 posts

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That little juke step.


Yep, Yeldon made Craig (ACT score of 15) Loston eat shite.


wadewilson
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2009
30475 posts

Stop replying to yourself


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WaterLink
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2015
10671 posts

I won't lie, that one stung hard. And left a scar the will never go away.


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tygerphan
LSU Fan
LA
Member since Oct 2009
2253 posts

Don't y'all have a runner up trophy to be talking about?


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FreddieMac
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2010
18296 posts

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That was a tough loss, all but forgotten after LSU whipped Bama in 2019.


I agree. For all their national championships, only LSU can claim to have the best CFB team in the history of the sport.


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TouchdownTony
Alabama Fan
Central Alabama
Member since Apr 2016
7011 posts

Meh, that game should have never had to come down to a last minute drive. Bama dominated the 1st half with short controlled passing and strictly running the A gap.
Built up a 14-3 lead.
Then Bama proceeds to throw only 7 times until the last drive of the game. The short routes were there all night and Bama decided to basically kneel on the ball for 28 minutes.


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