Found November 12, 2012 on Football Nation:
The LSU Tigers found their rebound date Saturday night in the form of the Mississippi Bulldogs.  As in any rebound relationship, the end was never in doubt.  The path to the end was rocky. As in any rebound relationship it was good, then bad, and then it was ugly.The GoodAs in any nasty break-up, the good sometimes is only good for one of the parties.  In this case, the good had nothing directly to do with the Tigers or the Bulldogs.  The good has to do with news heard before the game even began.The loudest cheer in Death Valley was due to the good news received by the jilted party.The good was Alabama Crimson Tide losing to Texas A&M Aggies, 29-24.  Nothing feels as good as having the one who hurt you, hurt a little bit also.The BadCraig Loston is the bad.  Yes, it is the same Loston who returned an interception 100-yard interception for touchdown.  It was the longest interception return by a Tiger since Greg Jackson went 100 yards for a score in 1988.  Yes, this is where looks...
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