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Julio Red Cloud
Hedonic Adaptionville
Member since May 2015
153 posts

Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program


That was long, long ago...
before Joe Aleva,
before they were burning effigies of opposing coaches,
before the tantrums about a stupid hurricane make-up game,
before they literally beat an Alabama fan to death,
before they fired a championship coach to hire Yaw Yaw,
before their fans suffered from white-stripe paranoia,
before the SEC boogie man started stalking Baton Rouge,
before their anger became uncontrolled,
before they lost their collective minds.
And it was about a game that was supposed to be fun.




Alwaysontop
Member since Nov 2015
319 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program
Before jerry and lou


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cajunbama
Alabama Fan
Metairie
Member since Jan 2007
28791 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program


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Loserman
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2007
20628 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program

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Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program


Stop telling these youngsters fairy tales...

No one ever respected LSU


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BowlJackson
UAB Fan
Birmingham, AL
Member since Sep 2013
51247 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program
It was but for a brief fleeting moment. I remember as a young lad in the 90s when LSU was known universally as Loser State University.

Nick Saban came in and breathed a false sense of worth into them, so the slow and gradual decline back to the sunken place has been especially painful for LSU fans betweeb about 25-35. Prayers sent for their mental health.


JPLSU1981
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2005
25121 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program
The fact that you started this thread invalidates your point.

I’m not going to explain... just think it through.


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countrytiger60
LSU Fan
Larose
Member since Sep 2018
2426 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program
most young kids don't know it but Bama has always been showed favoritism from the refs. started from the Bear days and carried over to Saban. the whole country saw it yesterday. even Finebaum saw that and he lives with saban down his throat!


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JackieTreehorn
Atlanta Braves Fan
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Member since Sep 2013
23634 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program
LSU Football: 2000-2011. RIP.


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AlaCowboy
Georgia Fan
North Alabama
Member since Dec 2011
6470 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program
You Aubies should hire LSU fans to give you lessons on how to handle your decline back into sub-mediocrity. If you don't believe it's happening, I can give you $49 million examples.


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EST
LSU Fan
Investigating
Member since Oct 2003
17183 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program
As opposed to gay tea-bagging gumps.


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MSHawg1
Arkansas Fan
Bad-assistan
Member since Jun 2018
5046 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program
LINK
quote:

Who will cry for the little corndog, let down by his team?

Who will cry for the little corndog? He cries now as he melts.

Who will cry for the little corndog? Joy he has rarely felt.

Who will cry for the little corndog? He has seen the dumpster fire.

Who will cry for the little corndog? Such a disappointed fan.

Who will cry for the little corndog? He is annually letdown.

Who will cry for the little corndog? His teams lose and lose again.

Who will cry for the little corndog? It soon becomes too hard.

Who will cry for the little corndog, that cries in every rantard?


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Wolfhound45
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re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program
quote:

Julio Red Cloud


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BobABooey
LSU Fan
Parts Unknown
Member since Oct 2004
12163 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program
You forgot about the time we LSU fans threw a brick through a coach’s window. Or the time we poisoned the trees at Tulane, our biggest rival.

In a couple of weeks, Whinin’ Nicky Saban will proudly point to the LSU game as proof that the Alabama schedule wasn’t a complete joke. Don’t forget to set him straight, Jaxon.


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tigernation56
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re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program


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TheRoarRestoredInBR
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2004
29231 posts

re: Young people won't believe it, but LSU was once a respected program
You SEC rival haters are just as bad as the Positigers/O pumpers..

When "T-Decline" can't gain any real traction in the light it's sold on the SEC Rant(and not the realistic LSU just no longer wins anything of merit yet still hit 9 and 10 win mark with regularity)..

You move the goalposts just like O and his pumpers do on ever beating Bama, gotta go perfect sans Tide to remove Interim tag, wait until he replenishes the trenches, wait until he has his OC, being flat vs Notre in a 2nd straight bowl game vs them(previous one under CLM), etc..

Readjust by moving your BS goalposts and sell points as the season's W-L tally crushes your bogus narratives(LSU will only go 6-6/7-5,etc..)

Even you Bama fans are bored with your own dominance..and apparently your Aggie fluffers.

This post was edited on 11/11 at 4:35 pm


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