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TimT
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?

The Alabama game which convinced Bear Bryant to retire afterwards.


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TnTigah
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
December 5, 1970 LSU 61 Ole Ms 17


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1984Tiger
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North Carolina
Member since Apr 2006
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
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1982 at Alabama. Bear quoted as saying it was his worst defeat .

This ... held Bama's vaunted option attack to something like 20 yards total offense in the first half.




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ike221
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Member since Aug 2006
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
Whenever Saban was here


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Bmath
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LA
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
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Well if i was going to say last year, i would definitely say the A&M game


Not really. Washington last year was absolutely dominated by LSU.


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biglego
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
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Arizona '06 is the only time i was concerned for an opposing players life. I thought Tuitama was gonna die on the field that day.

My exact thought.

You can pick a few games from 2003 too

Miami peach bowl
VT 2007


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WackyChris
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New Orleans, LA
Member since Mar 2013
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
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Ole Miss 2011



I would agree with this, but Ole Miss didn't really have a competitive team that year.


THEdeathvalley
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Sep 2010
3178 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
Lmao at the Arizona video

"This might be the loudest stadium in college basketball, and if not, it's top 5"


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lsutigers1992
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Member since Mar 2006
14068 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
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I would agree with this, but Ole Miss didn't really have a competitive team that year.


Completely acknowledge that, but LSU made them look like a D-3 school. A lifetime of Houston Nutt frustrations taken out in 3 1/2 hours.


BayouBengal99
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Member since Oct 2007
1611 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
2003 Arizona was a butt kickn


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Tchefuncte Tiger
Bat'n Rudge
Member since Oct 2004
25219 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
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1982 at Alabama. Bear quoted as saying it was his worst defeat .


That was bad-ass not only for the defensive performance, but for the significance of the event. LSU's loss to Notre Dame in '70 was an awesome defensive performance, as was their butt whipping of the Irish the following year.


BIG CAT
LSU Fan
louisiana
Member since Jan 2005
2268 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
When we beat the BEAR 20 TO 10 THEY HAD 0 first downs in the first half.3 months later he died. That but kicking was to much


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The312
Northwestern Fan
I Live in The Three One Two
Member since Aug 2008
6967 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
Three candidates immediately come to mind:

(1) The 2003 NCG. That Oklahoma squad was an offensive juggernaut during the regular season. They scored 65 on #11 Texas, 34 on #24 Missouri, 52 on #14 Oklahoma State (Miles coincidentally), and for good measure dropped 77 on hapless TAMU. The LSU defense held them to 14 and actually scored the game winning TD on Spears' INT;

(2) 2003 UGA regular season/SECCG - Well documented;

(3) LSU-VT 2007 - The LSU defense brutalized and suffocated the offense of a team which would win the ACC, appear in the Orange Bowl, and finish ranked in the top five nationally.

EDIT: 2011 regular season against Bama deserves consideration as well. The defense and special teams single-handedly won that game. Had we not embarassed ourselves in New Orleans, Reid's INT would probably live in legend as the greatest individual defensive effort in LSU history.
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Doc Fenton
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Member since Feb 2007
51088 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
How soon we forget the glory that was the December 1996 Peach Bowl.


LSUMJ
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BR
Member since Sep 2004
15826 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
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All mentioned are good. I would also put the Arizona game in 03.


this

everyone forgets this game with 06 coming later, but we went on the road early and beat the piss out of them
38-0 at half
they scored ona 1 yard fumble return in 4th, then a td with 5 minutes left
something like 130 of arizonas 180 yards came in the 4th quarter


The312
Northwestern Fan
I Live in The Three One Two
Member since Aug 2008
6967 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
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quote:


All mentioned are good. I would also put the Arizona game in 03.




this

everyone forgets this game with 06 coming later, but we went on the road early and beat the piss out of them
38-0 at half
they scored ona 1 yard fumble return in 4th, then a td with 5 minutes left
something like 130 of arizonas 180 yards came in the 4th quarter


Who was it that offered the priceless TBS half-time commentary? Brian Bozworth or somesuch? Hilarious.
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The312
Northwestern Fan
I Live in The Three One Two
Member since Aug 2008
6967 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
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How soon we forget the glory that was the December 1996 Peach Bowl.


I honestly believe that was the most tedious bowl game in LSU history.

I owe you an e-mail. (And how 'bout some pics of YOU in Switz. with your European cronies?)


Doc Fenton
LSU Fan
Member since Feb 2007
51088 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
I have not had the type of week I am proud of the last 5 days or so, but at least I have a holiday tomorrow.

Exhaustion has been getting the better of me, but I'll try to kick things back into gear next week and see what I can salvage.



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Doc Fenton
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Member since Feb 2007
51088 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
And yes, that Peach Bowl had to be one of the most boring bowl games of the modern era.


Hurricane Mike
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Member since Jun 2008
6425 posts

re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?
2003 vs the "Greatest College Football Team of All Time" and Heisman winner

154 total yards


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