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BulldogQB
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LSU's Best Linebackers


Who in your opinion were the best linebacker’s to ever play for LSU? One of my favorite was Ron Sancho. Your opinions?






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SlowFlowPro
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jacob freakin hester





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Busterisback
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Michael Brooks, Mike Anderson, George Bevan, Eric Hill.





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Roach
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I thought Eric Hill was an absolute monster for the tigers!





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PrattLSU
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Thomas Dunson





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Thomas Dunson


\I guess someone had to say it.

I say Trev Faulk.

I also really liked Alan Stansberry for some reason.






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Tiger Voodoo
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Bradie James was pretty good, no?





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jhmusicman12
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quote:

jacob freakin hester


How are we supposed to take this one?

Is it sarcasm? If it is, it isn't funny.






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pioneerbasketball
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jacob freakin hester







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DBG
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joe wesley





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SECBengal
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I'll go with Bradie James...we've had a lot of good ones though





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lctiger
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Al Richardson





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Tiger 79
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Al Richardson, Warren Capone, Mike Anderson, George Bevan.

eta: Michael Brooks (forgot him)



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Ryno_Kill
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quote:

jacob freakin hester 3rd round pick of the San Diego Chargers



Fixed it for ya!






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mtntiger
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Michael Brooks, before his knee injury, was virtually unblockable.

The guy was like a cross between Lawrence Taylor and Godzilla.






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wilfont
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Eric Hill. I think Mike Anderson and George Bevan are right at the top but Hill is the #1 LB in LSU history.





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chatuey
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George Bevan easily...

He was a tackling machine and was pretty much in every play (seemed like it).

The most amazing play for me was against Miami at Tiger Stadium. Their QB rolls way to the left, then throws like a screen pass all the way to the right. I swear the receiver had like 3 or 4 blockers in front of him and there was no one from LSU.

Bevan came from nowhere, knifed thru those blockers somehow and made the tackle.






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munchman
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Michael Brooks, George Bevan





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lsu62tu0
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Dennis Gaubatz wasn't bad......

Played with Detroit Lions and Baltimore Colts in the '60's






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BIG CAT
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RYDELL MELANCON SAW HIM RUN DOWN ALABAMA QB FROM THE OTHER SIDE HE COULD RUN AND HIT LIKE A HAMMER





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