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Jacques Doucet with WAFB spoke with former LSU coach Les Miles this week to talk with him about some of his memories from the LSU-Florida rivalary including the famous 2007 game when the Tigers won 28-24 behind Jacob Hester's dominant performance.

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Bige1153 months
You can’t ask more from a former coach that got fired. The guy genuinely loves LSU, and say what you want about his coaching, but he was a good man to lead those kids.
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eugene1928LSU53 months
One of the greatest Tigers, remember watching his as a freshman on the kickoff team. Was in on most of the tackles, could have played LB also. A Jim Taylor type RB, never hurt, nose for the FD marker and would truck if he had to.
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SG_Geaux53 months
I don't think I have ever seen a single player leave it all on the field like Hester did on that drive.
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alumni9553 months
Then he just laid down in the EZ like an exhausted warrior and soaked it all in for a few more minutes before rising to a raucous stadium. Gotta love it... that dude will NEVER have to buy his own drinks in BR.
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SoulGlo53 months
Tony Moss vs either Auburn or SC in the late 80s is the only other I can remember like that. Hester's performance is legendary
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GeauxsomeMeaux53 months
Hester was a great player... and still is a great guy!!!
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KCT53 months
Hester was the bester! He looked 30 years old in that clip, though. LOL!
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AustinKnight53 months
My personal favorite game that I’ve been to without a doubt.
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ChineseBandit5853 months
I saw the '59 Halloween game vs Ol Miss. That and the '07 FL game are almost inseparable in my mind as fantastic experiences. Loved Hester and Cannon
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emanresu53 months
"infamous 2007 game" - I don't think that word means what you think it means.
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luismlg53 months
Love Les
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