The LSU coaching staff along with the freshman class was invited to have dinner at the Governor’s mansion on Tuesday night:

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Can't wait to see the "code of honor" tax & spend Democrat gone....we are a MAGA country state, not a far-left-looney, baby-killing, Focahontas, job-killing, tax-raisin' state.
Reply13 months
You’re a fricking lunatic if you can’t recognize this is a great experience for the kids
13 months
The best part is when Kardell says, "check out my dawg, check out his pants." I don't quite know who that is, my guess is TK McClendon, but man those were some super tight pants to be wearing to a gig like that. Another thing is Ray Parker is skinny.
Reply13 months
Not a very diverse recruiting class. LSU needs to do better to make sure its fair and kids feelings aren't hurt. O needs to be more like the Michigan baseball coach and recruit less about ability and more about identity.
Reply13 months
What a bunch of douchebag, crybabies. If y’all can’t see that this is a badass recruiting tool and a huge positive for LSU football, then y’all need to take the Trump fanboy pins out of your asses! There’s NOTHING negative about this! Bunch of douchebags. Unbelievable.
13 months
Great recruiting tool. And those kids look happy. They'll never forget that.
Reply13 months
somehow I dont see any political about this....yea right!!!
Reply14 months
Mrs. O got da vag itch
Reply14 months
The historical bane of LSU athletics. When the politicians start meddling and trying to control. Why can’t we not do this with the corrupt politicians here?
Reply14 months
I love this time of year when politicians try to make it like they care or just regular folks. Especially before election. JBE is thinking " Please forget about the comment I made about LSU football and funding a few years ago." " Elect me , see , I support LSU, like you !!"
Reply14 months
Dude, we all know he was just making a point about funding for the state. Ill advised or just wrong? Maybe. But it doesn’t mean he doesn’t care about LSU. Who outside of tuscaloosa doesn’t care about LSU? Also yes politicians put on a fake face.
14 months
I think it is great. I don’t give a shite about JBE but it’s got to be cool for the kids
Reply14 months
Politics in football is going to hurt LSU.
Reply14 months
That's what happened when Huey Long got involved with LSU. His activities at LSU centered on the football team and the band more than on mundane academics. He made the band the largest in the nation. In fact, during one year the university expended more money on the band than on the law school and graduate school combined. Long hired the best football coaches money could buy and then told them how to run the team, although he had never played football himself. He housed gifted players in the Governor's Mansion, where he fattened them up on milkshakes aid sirloin steaks. He bought an airplane to use on recruiting trips and offered state jobs to athletes and their families. He even appointed a star halfback to the state legislature. When editors of the LSU student newspaper condemned the act, he had them expelled. After LSU lost one game 7-6 he had a follower introduce a bill outlawing the point after touchdown."
13 months
Nice, but I wonder why it happened right before a tough election. Just saying. .. . . .
Reply14 months
It's good to see Bobby Boucher's daddy is still involved in college football.
Reply14 months
Hope these recruits dont hear about how JBE wanted to shite can football so he could get his tax raise.
Reply14 months
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JBE making sure he can chase more cruits off to bama?
Reply14 months
JBE is trying to wrap himself in the LSU flag for the election
Reply14 months
He still isn't getting my vote.
14 months
Big Macs, Whoppers, and Popeyes??
Reply14 months
All of a sudden you care about LSU football. Oh yea, it’s an election year.
14 months
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