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LSU fullback J.C. Copeland fumbled the football near the Alabama goal line as quarterback Zach Mettenberger was celebrating the touchdown.
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There was a huge swing in the first quarter of the LSU Tigers-Alabama Crimson Tide game on Saturday when LSU fumbled on the goal line to ruin what should have been an 86-yard touchdown drive. LSU had the ball at the Bama three midway through the first quarter of the scoreless game. After motioning Terrence […]
After LSU scored their second touchdown of the game against Alabama right before halftime, then fan went prehistoric with his celebration. Open the door, get on the floor. Everybody do the dinosaur. I can only hope that the T-Rex dance becomes a thing. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
When LSU fullback J.C. Copeland was just a step away from barreling into the end zone in the first quarter at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday night, Tigers quarterback Zach Mettenberger raised his arms in celebration. While Mettenberger assumed it was a touchdown, Alabama linebacker Tana Patrick knocked the ball from Copeland's arm before he crossed the plane. Alabama defensive...
Les Miles is a national title-winning head coach at LSU, and sometimes says quirky things and eats grass. But no one has ever accused Coach Miles of being a bad driver, until Nov. 5 when he took ESPN reporter Kaylee Hartung to work with him. First, Miles forgot to put on his seatbelt. Dangerous, but not uncommon for people who don't drive with ESPN's cameras in their cars...
It’s not often that you see a touchdown celebration break out into a creepy dinosaur walk, but that is exactly what happened Saturday night after an LSU touchdown. See it for yourself below.
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LSU has won 5 of their last 6 games at Bryant-Denny Stadium and is 8-4 there since 1988.
A lot of people are going to be looking for this (and I give more information about the things I’m going to discuss here): LSU/Alabama Rivalry blog.
I also wanted to list the other posts this week in case you missed any (I usually don’t post so much in a short period of time):
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It’s easy to lose your cool when you are losing. Zach Mettenberger of the LSU Tigers got super pissed off and threw his own helmet. That’s smart! I guess he really wanted to beat the Alabama Crimson Tide. Don’t worry Zach, you’ll always have your amazing facial hair. Alabama will always have their championships. […]
Now that baseball season is over, MLB players have got plenty of time on their hands, and some are using the extra hours to stay caught up on various sports. Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter made his way to Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the highly anticipated Alabama-LSU college football game Saturday, and was spotted on both sides of the field before the game prior to heading up to a suite...
The Alabama Crimson Tide will host the LSU Tigers on Saturday in a intriguing SEC match-up.
No. 1 Alabama (8-0) will look to keep its quest for a third consecutive National Championship alive when it takes on No. 13 LSU. (7-2)
Coverage of the game between Alabama and LSU will air on CBS beginning at 8:00 pm ET from Bryant-Denny stadium in Tuscaloosa, AL.
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SEC heavyweights Alabama and LSU will collide on Saturday night with conference and national title implications. The 2013 meeting between the...