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After the LSU Tigers football team lost to their SEC rival Georgia Bulldogs in a close 44-41 game, Olympic track and bobsled star Lolo Jones seems to be jumping off the bandwagon by proclaiming their season over. Shake it off LSU. Shake it off what am I talking about the Season is OVeR. Who wants to buy the rest of my tickets. #rankings #SEC — Lolo Jones (@lolojones) September 28, 2013 We highly doubt her fellow LSU alumni will be happy to hear that. H/T FTW. Related posts: Lolo Jones says she can beat Denard Robinson in a race (Video) Visit us at holdoutsports.com and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
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One of life’s great mysteries has finally been answered: Why LSU head coach Les Miles only claps with his palms.
As explained by The New York Times:
Miles explained the evolution of his distinctive manner of clapping, which often involves his being hunched over as he smacks his palms together with his fingers spread wide. As it turns out, it is all about preventing injury. “You...
LSU's Mad Hatter, Les Miles, has reason to be worried about playing in Sanford Stadium on Saturday. The Georgia Joker and the Spike Squad are comin' for him.
LSU head coach Les Miles has always had a very awkward clap, and now he explains the reasoning behind it. The Mad Hatter is, in fact, still mad.