ESPN ranked the top 5 student sections in the SEC and LSU came in at No. 1. Here is what they had to say about LSU:

1. LSU
2. Alabama
3. Florida
4. Texas A&M
5. Auburn

LSU: There's a reason LSU coach Les Miles is 57-7 inside Tiger Stadium. It's just tough to win in Death Valley when you have thousands of unruly purple-and-gold-clad students raining chants, profanities and boos down on you in a stadium that traps sound right over the top of teams. The roar from the students after those three most intimidating notes ("Hold That Tiger") in college sports play from the Golden Band from Tigerland will send shivers down your spine. LSU students, usually sporting those glorious purple-and-gold pom-poms, take up 25 sections inside Tiger Stadium and create the SEC's most electric environment when the lights come on and the sun goes down. Night games are a different animal in Baton Rouge. LSU's students have gotten so out of hand in the past that they've had chants taken away because of improvised, profane additions to songs (returned in 2013) and are no stranger to public reprimand.
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Ill show em my Pom poms
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Pom Poms, when did this happen?
Reply40 months
Has anyone mentioned the pom-poms yet?
Reply40 months
I cant remember ever seeing pom poms widely used at an LSU game. Has this writer ever been to Death Valley or just recycling old stories?
Reply40 months
Pom poms. Seriously. Wtf
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"Three most intimidating notes" ??
Reply40 months
There's not one pompom in that picture
Reply40 months
Pom Poms. Another douche-like shananigan ESPN comes up with to prove their hatred for the Purp and Gold. STTDB
Reply40 months
Print the shirts
Reply40 months
Those are some wierd looking pom-poms.
Reply40 months
Pom Poms :casty:
Reply40 months
Pom poms? We aren't Auburn, brah.
Reply40 months
Yeah. Lsu students always wave pom poms.. WTF?!
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