Found December 03, 2011 on Get The Picture:
PLAYERS: Russell Shepard
Russell Shepard throws down. <a href='' class='twitter-follow-button' data-show-count='false' data-align='right' data-link-color='#FF0000''>Follow @LSUShep10@LSUShep10Russell Shepard I'm calling out every player for UGA. We going to smash y'all…. #Perfection is what we play for 13-0. about 9 hours ago via EchofonReplyRetweetFavorite Hey, I like it.  I doubt he felt the need to call out every Ole Miss player. Filed under: SEC Football

Nothing flawed about LSU's joy

ATLANTA LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne reminded me very much of a 2-year-old Saturday. This is a compliment, I promise. He flashed all of the best parts of that age, none of the bad ones. Anybody who has studied the behavior patterns of 2-year-olds through the lens of parenthood knows they live in the moment. Anger looks like anger, joy like joy. They are years away from reacting...

Tyrann Mathieu doesn’t need to cross the line

LSU’s only first half highlight should never have been Letting go of the football before crossing the line is a no-no. Except for honey badgers. Pic via @willbrinson LSU’s offense was struggling in the first half of the SEC championship game against Georgia, that’s for sure. But leave it to Tyrann Matthieu to come through on special teams to give the Tigers some life. Except...

TSD: 1-on-1 with Les Miles after Georgia win

LSU head coach Les Miles talks to TSD's Emily Villere about winning the SEC title and punching the Tigers' ticket to New Orleans for the BCS National Championship.

Video: Jefferson after Tigers win SEC title

Jordan Jefferson has not been available to the media since the beginning of October, but on Saturday night the quarterback talked about the Tigers winning the SEC Championship, facing adversity and getting to play for a BCS title close to his hometown in New Orleans.

Mathieu sparks No. 1 LSU to SEC title (AP)

LSU slogged its way through a brutal first half. The nation's top-ranked team had only 12 yards and not even a single first down. The "Honey Badger" didn't care. He just took what he wanted -- a trip to the national championship game. Tyrann Mathieu turned in an MVP performance when the Tigers needed him most, running back a punt 62 yards for a touchdown, setting...

Final Thoughts on LSU

Well, I've gotten both sides of my mind clear.  A few other thoughts rolling around in my head: Playing disciplined: The Vandy game illustrated what can happen if we don't keep our heads about us. They pulled off a fake punt, got free yards on dumb penalties, and nearly won the game because they got in our kitchen. Under no circumstances can we afford to just give LSU...
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