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spacewrangler
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


I like that Bama won the game but can't remember it fondly due Dennis "Hold the Rope" Franchione ...frick him in the eye socket.





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Lee Chatelain
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


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Was the first game in a 30+ year timespan that LSU beat Bama in Baton Rouge. LSU was jinxed at home vs Bama until Saban broke that curse. The next game in BR 2002 , however, was the most lopsided LSU loss vs Bama 31-0.

Then LSU went on a 5 game win streak until Saban led Bama to a victory, in Baton Rouge of course


Pre-McClendon LSU was 5-6-2 against Bama, relatively even against them. Then he comes and LSU sucks it up going 2-14...Dietzel, Archer, Hallman, Dinardo go 6-13-1, Saban/Miles have gone 9-5.







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GCTiger11
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


If this thread were made by anyone but Chicken, the OP would be getting so much shite right now and be told to "gtfo, gfy, etc."





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PRK
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One of my worst experiences in Tiger Stadium, maybe the worst. It was so fricking cold.



Troy was the worst. And we won.


Not ashamed to say I left at halftime. frick that weather, frick that game.






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TrueTiger
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


weren't some of those wins forfeited by BAMA?

If so the total needs to be adjusted, LSU might have the better record overall.






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UL-SabanRival
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


The worst for me was Alexander running behind Samuels all day with LSU unable to stop him.





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DadFanAlum
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


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If this thread were made by anyone but Chicken, the OP would be getting so much shite right now and be told to "gtfo, gfy, etc."


Exactly. The kiss arse is strong in this thread.

Stats about which team won what games between 82 and now at what venue are meaningless. IF we prep well and bring our A game next weekend we will stay toe to toe with Bama. Anything less and we'll need a Bama meltdown to win.






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Wolfhound45
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


Chicken - spreading the PosiTigah message since 2003.







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lsu2006
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


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Troy was the worst. And we won.

I stayed the whole time and disagree. The weather sucked really bad, but it was pretty fun to watch the comeback. I would definitely take that over the '02 Bama anyday.






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themunch
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


With my backwards math it seems Bama has not Dominated LSU in over 30 years. That deserves a big



Let us make it one more for Restore the Roar.






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Old Money
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


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weren't some of those wins forfeited by BAMA? If so the total needs to be adjusted, LSU might have the better record overall.


Link?






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sheek
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


The stat the stands out the most as it relates to our trips to the BDS at trailer park field is that we only lost 3 times there since 1993..


This post was edited on 10/30 at 4:09 pm


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figaroshon
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


Hmmmm those years from 90-95 ring a bell





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WRhodesTider
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


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weren't some of those wins forfeited by BAMA? If so the total needs to be adjusted, LSU might have the better record overall.


Nope. The seasons in which wins were vacated were '05, '06 and '07.






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Jrv2damac
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


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If this thread were made by anyone but Chicken, the OP would be getting so much shite right now and be told to "gtfo, gfy, etc."


I am the first to downvote it


what now bitches






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LSUwag
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


Great Post.





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SPEEDY
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Looks like it's gonna be another OT game this year





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TROCKS50
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1




The Bear was a cheater.

Mac was a stickler for the rules.

Call it 'survival of the fittest'






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Tiger in Texas
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


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Nov. 16 … 2002 … L … 0-31 … Baton Rouge


I remember being at that disaster...






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Tigah n T-town
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re: Since 1982, Alabama leads the series 16-15-1


Interesting that around 1982 was about the time the NCAA was cracking down on paying players. Funny how once we were all playing on an even playing field the gumps started losing to Tennessee Auburn and LSU on a regularly basis. 1982 is a pretty good starting point.

Of course DJ Fluker and Hee Haw Clinton Dix would disagree......






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