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bbesse
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re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


LSU Baseball is like LSU Football
South Carolina Baseball is like Alabama Football

The first relates teams that always have a shot regardless of how hot they are. The other two have surged strongly in the last 5 years.






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Riseupfromtherubble
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Hattiesburg, MS
Member since Jun 2011
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re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


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The first relates teams that always have a shot regardless of how hot they are. The other two have surged strongly in the last 5 years


Lsu didn't win a national title between '58 and '03
Alabama won 5 in that same time frame






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Jrv2damac
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Birmingham
Member since Mar 2004
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re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


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Alabama won 5 in that same time frame


I thought it was like 2







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Gray Tiger
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Prairieville, LA
Member since Jan 2004
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re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


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Minus the consecutive national championships


Good point. LSU has never had that. Ever. In any sport. Ever.






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Riseupfromtherubble
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re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


'64 and '65
'78 and '79
'92






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CBLSU316
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Far Right of Left
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re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


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frick Alabama


Agreed






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SSHellfighter
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2013
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re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


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So where exactly did LSU in baseball not have to play the best teams from the sec east and when exactly did LSU get a mulligan to play for the cws title. When did the head of sec umpires attend LSU. When did lsu acquire a corrupt organization that will cheat at ANY cost, for the sake of winning named the Purple Tiger. When did the head of scheduling attend LSU and lastly, when did the sec offices move to New Orleans.

When that happens, then your point is valid.



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Jrv2damac
LSU Fan
Birmingham
Member since Mar 2004
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re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


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64 and '65
'78 and '79
'92


You forgot 61'

I thought Bama fans knew their shite....








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Rudy40
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge,La
Member since Jan 2007
2243 posts

re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


Are we talking about legit NC or just ones bama claims





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puttytat
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always tropical
Member since Apr 2005
5106 posts

re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


NOPE.....far from it....we haven't been put on probation or lost scholarships.......frick BAMA





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lsufan112001
Southeastern LA Fan
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Member since Oct 2006
5719 posts

re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


baseball schedule is fair, football isn't.

no excuse, but it does make a difference, and it's a FACT






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ByteMe
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2003
19240 posts

re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


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LSU Baseball is like LSU Football
South Carolina Baseball is like Alabama Football

The first relates teams that always have a shot regardless of how hot they are. The other two have surged strongly in the last 5 years.



I question the birth date in your profile. There is no way you make that statement if you were born in 1970. My guess is that you aren't old enough to buy beer.






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biglego
LSU Fan
your mom knows
Member since Nov 2007
20143 posts

re: LSU baseball is like Alabama in football


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So where exactly did LSU in baseball not have to play the best teams from the sec east and when exactly did LSU get a mulligan to play for the cws title. When did the head of sec umpires attend LSU. When did lsu acquire a corrupt organization that will cheat at ANY cost, for the sake of winning named the Purple Tiger. When did the head of scheduling attend LSU and lastly, when did the sec offices move to New Orleans.







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