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Flashback Friday: Too many men on the field

On Wednesday, former LSU Tigers offensive lineman T-Bob Hebert took part in a Reddit AMA and a question came up about the 2010 LSU/Tennessee game. The 2-2 Tennessee Vols led the undefeated #12 LSU Tigers by a score of 14-10 late in the fourth quarter. With LSU inside the Vols five yard line and time running out, here’s what happened…. All you can say about that is….wow. Here’s...
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April 25, 2014  |  Discuss

The best of T-Bob Hebert’s Reddit AMA

Reddit was one of the sites that I featured on our list of favorite college football sites and one of my favorite things they do is their AMA (Ask Me Anything) series. If you missed the one they did with Kliff Kingsbury, you can catch up on that here. This week they had former LSU Tigers offensive lineman T-Bob Hebert. He was a part of the 2007 National Championship team (although...
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April 24, 2014  |  Discuss
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