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LSUtigers111
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?


shite so was our offense



We definitely had a championship caliber team that year



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mspill2
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?


moo state 07. we had like 6 or 7 picks that game





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Jax-Tiger
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?


Alabama - 1982. We held them to 80 yards total offense.

Bear Bryant called it an old fashioned arse whuppin'.






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


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National Championship game vs OU. The talking heads widely considered the Sooners one of the greatest offenses of all time that whole season and we held them to 154 total yards.






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TROCKS50
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?


Florida '02?





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


Not sure what year but in the 80's (I think it was 83) LSU held Ole Miss to negative 45 yards of total offense.





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Boudreaux in SF
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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, and 1982 Ole Miss. Ole Miss had negative rushing yards (-45) to start the 4th Quarter. Like most Tiger fans in the Stadium the 4th Quarter is a little fuzzy in my recollection.

ETA: Or maybe it was negative total offensive yards at the start of the 4th. I remember a lot of passing from Kent Austin and giving up a late TD + 2 pt conversion. -45 yds rushing for the game sounds about right. I plead the fifth of Jim Beam.



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


Miami Peach Bowl

3 yds allowed in the second half

I was there and it was awesome. I think it was Flynn's first start






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


11-5-11

Couldn't move the ball on offense to save our life and held a team that was murking people by 30+ regularly to 6 points on the road.






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


0-3 loss to Notre Dame in South Bend on November 21, 1970. Stifling defense against the #1 ranked team. The ND field goal came in the 4th quarter. ND had 1st and goal from about the 7 yard line on a dreadful interference call and after four offensive plays (due to an LSU offside penalty) they ended up kicking the FG from outside the 20. Brutal game.





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mule74
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?


03 USCe - We held them to 0 rushing yards.





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nascar99
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re: Most dominant defensive performance you have seen by LSU Football?


Alabama - 1982. We held them to 80 yards total offense.

Bear Bryant called it an old fashioned arse whuppin'.

Jax-Tiger, you are absolutely correct. Bama had zero first downs in the 1st half.

Bear Bryant talked about retirement after the game. He did indeed retire one month later, then the following month died of a heart attack.

Our defense consisted of: Leonard Marshall, Ramsey Dardar, Bill Elko, Roland Barbay, Greg Bowser, Jeffrey Dale, Eugene Daniel, Lifford Hobley, James Britt.

Almost the entire starting defense went on to the NFL.






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