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Former LSU star Leonard Fournette was loving what he was seeing from his younger brother Lanard & the Tigers new offense on Saturday night.

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KING NOLA59 months
How can anybody have something negative say about a big brother being excited and proud of his brother playing the same position he played at the same University he played at.
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Datbayoubengal59 months
Bruh, the sounds he made in that video are killing me lmao
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MountainTiger59 months
Scared the crap outta me.
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Patrick_Bateman59 months
"Dam if only I had this offense at school when I was there who knows ??????? what would I have rush for...." Probably about the same, I'm guessing. Maybe less.
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rob6259 months
Hey Leonard forget these negative types. They can't complain about the offense or the defense or the game results or the coaching so the constant bitchers have to complain about your TV placement. HA-HA-HA!!
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theunknownknight59 months
Guice > Fournette
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rob6259 months
Oh, and frick Mathew McConahorn.
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abellsujr59 months
I'm happy too. man
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Freddy23859 months
Lanard is pretty good and can play at this level. He reminds me of Terrance Mcgee.
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luciouslou59 months
That's the worst mounted TV I've ever seen
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EarnYourStripes59 months
you don't have to scroll down far to find the guy looking for something negative to post.
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Chuker59 months
well to be fair, it is the worst placement of a tv in the country.
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kemowasabi59 months
Lanard is talented as well..reminds me of Joe Addai
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eddieray59 months
I hope Lanard continues to get 5 or 6 touches a game. I’ve always pulled for him, and he’s pretty solid.
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