AU QB heard whistle in end zone (I did too, was in student sec) and stopped playing-getting sacked in end zone leading to 9 of our 12 points...
Bull shite. That only led to 2 of our points. We already had 10 when that happened.
Vandy LSU hoops in 1989, CJ hit LONG jumper at buzzer and all Vandy had to do was foul us on inbounds play as they were under limit
He hit a jumper from the corner. Hardly "LONG" by his standards. We screened for him on the inbounds play and he shot it immediately. Vandy didn't really get the chance to foul.
LSU,UNLV and GTown in 1989-90, last second shots in unreal plays
Unreal? Blanton puts in a 4-footer off the offensive rebound to beat Georgetown, and that's "unreal"? He hits a 20-footer from the corner to beat UNLV and that's "unreal"?
LSU Tn and MSU 2000
Two close games in which we outplayed the opponent and won in OT. How's that a "golden horseshoe"?
LSU UK 29-25 2001
So, just any close game is luck, then? Yes, we scored with a few seconds to go to win the game. So what?
LSU Ole Miss 2002 (14-13)
Another close game. Must be luck.
Earthquake game- sorry but we were outplayed until the last drive
Yes, but the defense kept us within one score.
at least two obvious holding penalties not called twice on 3rd down plays in final drive
As opposed to the holding penalties that are not called on 99% of plays in football? Any team could almost always make this argument.
Not a single one of your examples, other than the Bluegrass Miracle, was anything out of the ordinary from a luck standpoint.