Found February 19, 2012 on
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Guess what is worse than getting shut out in a BCS National Championship game? Having a Mardi Gras float dedicated to the entire game where everything went wrong.
This parade took place on Friday evening and displayed all signs ripping on LSU for their lack of production in the Allstate BCS Championship Game. The group that put this float together is called “Le Krewe d’Etat”. Apparently this organization is known for making fun of everyone possible.
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Le Krewe d'Etat, the satirical New Orleans krewe whose sports-schadenfreude-themed Mardi Gras parade in 2011 mocked LSU head football coach Les Miles, took another stab at the LSU football program in this year's parade, held last Friday night. This year's parade theme was “d’Etat Tells It Like It Is,” combining songs associated with New Orleans with satirical...
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