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Former NFL QB escorted from LSU-Alabama press box for cheering

Cheering in the press box is not allowed and that includes former New Orleans Saints quarterback Bobby Hebert. Hebert now a Louisiana radio talk-show host, was removed from the press box at Tiger Stadium during the Alabama Crimson Tide-LSU Tigers game for excessive cheering, reports Pat Forde of Yahoo! Sports. "On Saturday night, Hebert was warned repeatedly about violating...
Via Sports-Glory
November 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Week 2 Texas Pete Power Poll And Picks

POWER POLL HEAT INDEX CHILI PEPPERSRanking those who carried on while others around them were crushed by failure and/or incompetence. 1.  Nick Saban Football team omitted thanks to Saban ordering such.  2.  Derek Dooley's REM cycleTalk of not being fired has to do wonders for that good kind of sleep. 3.  Hugh FreezeHe reminded Ole Miss fans that there's more to football...
Via The Belly of the Beast
September 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Mardi Gras parade float rips LSU to shreds for loss to Alabama (Pictures)

Knowing how big Mardi Gras is for the people of Louisiana, I can’t imagine there were too many happy faces looking at this parade float. A group of people — clearly Alabama fans — had to have spent a ton of time putting together the float you see above, which is loaded with one-liners, portraits, and numbers that completely rip LSU for their loss to the Crimson Tide in the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Spring Practice Preview: Quarterbacks

It has been five years since LSU entered a season with a starter at quarterback that was agreed upon by coaches, fans, and the entire LSU community.   Fortunately, that looks to be the case heading into 2012.   Junior Zach Mettenberger takes over after the departure of Jarrett Lee and Jordan Jefferson, and fans are ready to move on from the four-year debate.   Mettenberger...
Via Saturday Night Slant
February 15, 2012  |  Discuss

NCAA: Which Schools Are Screwed By The NFL Draft

The great thing about college football is that players are consistently coming and going meaning that each season offers every team hopes of accomplishing a winning season. However, losing certain players is not always good news for every college football team. This article examines nine college teams that are going to be hurt worst by this year’s NFL draft. The players mentioned...
Via Football Nation
February 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Is Jordan Jefferson The Worst Long-Term Starter Ever?

I recently googled “worst four year starting quarterback” while doing some research. The first four results were links to statistical analysis of NFL quarterbacks, but the fifth was to Reggie Ball’s wikipedia. I think Georgia Tech’s fans would agree he doesn’t have much of a legacy on the field, but his statistics weren’t all that awful considering the rest of the team...
Via Rumors and Rants
February 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Jordan Jefferson blames playcalling, lack of adjustments for LSU’s poor showing vs. Alabama

LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson had a miserable showing in the National Championship Game against Alabama. The senior went 11/17 for 53 yards, no touchdowns and an interception. The team amassed just five first downs and fewer than 100 total yards in the 21-0 loss. There were cries for Jarrett Lee to replace Jefferson at quarterback. So what does Jefferson think went wrong? He...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 09, 2012  |  Discuss

LSU Tigers: 2011 Exit Survey

When we did our Pre-Season Preview we tabbed LSU as the #4 team in the Nation. The Tigers quickly proved that they were more worthy than that as they beat three top 25 teams in their first four games and climbed to the top of the polls. Despite being without their starting QB, Jordan Jefferson, LSU responded and backup Jarrett Lee played great football at the start of the season...
Via College Football Zealots
January 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Nick Saban, Jarrett Lee, Joker Phillips, and more.

  (Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another conference.) Stopping...
Via Shirts With Random Triangles
January 24, 2012  |  Discuss

National team wins NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

Syracuse running back Antwon Bailey and Tulsa quarterback G.J. Kinne rushed for touchdowns, helping the National beat the American 20-14 on Saturday in the inaugural NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. Washington's Erik Folk kicked field goals of 26 and 45 yards for the National, which jumped out to a 17-0 lead. Eastern Washington's Bo Levi Mitchell and LSU's Jarrett Lee threw touchdown...
Via AP on Fox
January 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Jarrett Lee Says He Was ‘Frustrated’ Watching LSU Lose to Alabama

Jarrett Lee did not see any action during LSU’s National Championship Game loss to Alabama despite the ineffectiveness of Jordan Jefferson. Many people wondered why LSU never made a quarterback switch, especially Bobby Hebert, who went on a crazy rant afterwards. Lee spoke about the game recently and said he was frustrated standing on the sidelines. “I just feel like I could...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Les Miles Reflects On Losing Kiel And The BCS National Championship Game

LSU head football coach Les Miles was in a reflective mood as he reacted to quarterback recruit Gunner Kiel’s decision to enroll at Notre Dame instead of playing for the Tigers. "Young people make a variety of decisions for a variety of reasons,” Miles said. “A guy in the Midwest wanting to stay close to home was his right decision. I can understand that. We need people...
Via IMAGE CPR SPORTS
January 17, 2012  |  Discuss

One Week Later, The Dust Is Settling

It has now been a week since LSU got shut out in the BCS Championship Game, and I'm finally sitting down to write something about it.  Between Landon Collins announcing for Alabama, the dreadful performance in the big game, a number of Tigers deciding to leave early for the NFL and an unusual situation that drove away one of LSU's top verbal commitments, it has been a horrendous...
Via Saturday Night Slant
January 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Casino Del Sol showcase has in-state flavor

With another season officially in the books, attention in the college football world turns to the annual showcase games for draft-eligible seniors, and it all begins in Arizona. Every NFL team had a set of eyes on practice this week as nearly 100 players prepared for Monday's Casino Del Sol All-Star Game in Tucson, the first game of the showcase season. The game, which will...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
January 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Alabama Defense Demoralizes LSU; Tide Wins BCS Title 21-0

If you had Alabama winning the BCS National Championship game Monday night, I’m pretty sure you did not have them winning so decisively.  Nor did you really think the Tide’s outstanding running back Trent Richardson would gain more yards (96) than the entire LSU offense (92). Finally...after nearly two complete games against each other, Alabama's Trent Richardson scored...
Via isportsweb.com
January 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Tiger Bait Eats The Tigers

Make no mistake about it, Vegas Vacation is a terrible, terrible movie.  Just terrible.  It's 99% unfunny and sullies the good name of the three previous Vacation movies.  But, one quote from the movie always sticks out in my mind whenever I witness a savage beating in the world of sport.  Clark has just hemorrhaged money at the blackjack table, fuming at his losses, and...
Via The Belly of the Beast
January 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Worst BCS Title Game Ever? Bama destroys LSU 21-0 in snoozefest

SCOTT JACOBS The BCS Championship is over. Mercifully. Or to put it as the championship hats read: done! As in the SEC can have it’s moment in the sun, while it pours on the other side. Did LSU’s no-show, help propel us closer to a Plus-One? Did Alabama put up the greatest defensive performance in BCS history? Does Honey Badger care? Did Alabama just kick another Field goal?...
Via Juiced Sports Blog
January 10, 2012  |  Discuss
SPEAKING FOR EVERYONE?

Video: Bobby Hebert tears into Les Miles

Bobby Hebert doesn't give a hoot about the social conventions of being a media personality. As seen in the picture above and the video below, Hebert seems to cherish breaking the most sacred rule of the press box: no cheering. After an absolute train wreck of a Championship Game, in addition to this son losing his starting role on the offensive line, Hebert once again...
Via Awful Announcing
January 10, 2012  |  62 Comments

Video: Petros' BCS Championship Game recap

Five first downs? Where was Jarrett Lee? Tigers' offense just plain stunk.
Via FOXSports.com
January 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Les Miles Stuck with Jordan Jefferson Over Jarrett Lee Because of His Mobility

Jarrett Lee was LSU’s leading passer during the season, throwing for 1,306 yards, 14 touchdowns and three interceptions, but he did not see the field in the National Championship Game. Lee struggled in the November 5th win over Alabama, getting pulled after going 3/7 for 24 yards and two interceptions. Fellow senior quarterback Jordan Jefferson finished the game going 6-10 for...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 10, 2012  |  Discuss
TIDE ROLLS

Alabama wins BCS championship

The Alabama Crimson Tide avenge their lone loss of the season and shutout LSU 21-0 for the BCS championship.

Via College Football Zealots
January 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Who has the edge? LSU vs. Alabama

Quarterback: Alabama When LSU was relying on both Jarrett Lee and Jordan Jefferson in the middle of the season, the Tigers had an edge over a lot of teams because they were operating with a rare two-quarterback system that worked well because of the different elements the two brought to the table. Now that situation has changed and Jeffersons struggles against Georgia in the SEC...
Via Fox Sports South
January 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Jefferson, Lee leading LSU into BCS title game

(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer Jarrett Lee kept LSU's championship hopes alive. Jordan Jefferson is trying to see them through to the finish. Lee was the starter early in the season, leading the Tigers to a perfect start. But he struggled mightily when the top-ranked Tigers played Alabama in November, and Jefferson came into...
Via Fox Sports
January 06, 2012  |  Discuss

More of the same in the Rematch? Not likely

Despite opinions to the contrary, the B in BCS does not stand for boring. So, for those who thought the original LSU-Alabama game was a snoozer, take heart: even though its the same teams, this game is likely to be a lot different. The biggest difference will be the LSU offense. During the first meeting in Tuscaloosa, Jarrett Lee led the Tigers at quarterback for most of the game...
Via Fox Sports South
January 05, 2012  |  Discuss

LSU QB Jefferson plays the victim card

Jordan Jefferson is going to be LSU's starting quarterback in the BCS National Championship Game on Jan. 9, and if he wins it, he'll go down as one of the most significant players in the program's storied history. Decades from now, nobody will remember fans calling for his job, his inability to throw with any consistency or even the fact he could have spent the 2011...
Via Fox Sports
December 29, 2011  |  Discuss
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