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I never warmed up to Hawthorne even after all those years. The disgust in his voice, exaggerating how open an opposing receiver was, and all the rest of that negatiger shite he use to spit all game. Blair’s really good, I’ll take him any day.
Reply21 months
I’ll never grow tired of watching highlights from this season. Hearing that radio call reminds me of driving to New Orleans on a Saturday with some friends in 2007 to watch a saints game and we were listening to LSU-Alabama game on the radio. That was one intense car ride.
Reply21 months
Awesome.
21 months
Man... I just love my LSU Tigers
Reply21 months
Cool! Just cool.
Reply21 months
Sorry I can't deal with the slow motion highlights, they drive me nuts, wish they would just run them normal speed.
Reply21 months
I predicted a Natty undefeated Tigers team this year. Wow was I right and this season will remain magical forever. Pure magic
Reply21 months
When did you predict it this year? In 2020, when we were 14-0? Lol
21 months
lol
21 months
“I do not believe it”. I miss this from Jim. HOOOOOly COOOWWWW
Reply21 months
Me
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Those calls were all great with the appropriate level of excitement.
Reply21 months
Chris Blair is way less exciting to listen to than Chris Fowler was. These calls are amazingly ho hum for what was actually transpiring in front of him. I’m sorry but I no longer want to listen to his highlights. He almost sounds disinterested.
Reply21 months
couldn’t agree more. I think the guy is technically pretty much perfect. but it’s completely devoid of emotion/excitement. only way to remedy this problem is to get a true tiger fan on the mic. I hate that too. gotta be tough for Blair. I know he is giving it 100%. but it just shows...that he’s not a tried and true tiger fan. Hawthorne couldn’t help himself, which was one of his most endearing qualities. joe b’s ridiculous 29 yard run or whatever on 3r down in the Nat’l Championship...you’d have thought it was the third game of the season. my apologies in advance, Chris.
21 months
We need a Jim Hawthorne voice over that....EPIC!
21 months
Nice.
Reply21 months
Watching it often just keeps that happiness rolling!
Reply21 months
Goose bumps every time I watch it!
Reply21 months
Wow, still hard to believe how incredibly special this team and this year was.
Reply21 months
At the 1:09 mark, Jefferson embarrassed #19. He juked him so bad, he whiffed and fell backwards about 5 yards. Definitely needs to be a gif
Reply21 months
I saw that live..... Clemson fan sitting next to me said it wasn’t that great of a move..... just Clemson player off balance. Saw replay on TV, it was a much better move by Jefferson than I thought watching it live. He broke #19’s ankles.... lol
21 months
I like CB, but that was pathetic.
Reply21 months
Here does a great job calling play by play by yhe book, and it may be me but he's lacking a certain, I don't know, passion or fire? It's like I'm wanting something more out of the radio call? He'll grow into it maybe.
21 months
I'll take accuracy and proffesionalism over passion and screwing everything up any day.
21 months
This is a pathetic comment. There was nothing wrong with this broadcast. He was plenty excited and has been about LSU sports for some time. Go back and watch highlights of the Florida or Bama game--look for videos taken from inside the booth. Chris Blair is lit about LSU.
21 months
I like that Victory Formation! Ref asked Joe for ball and he says, nope, this one is mine! Geaux Tigers!!! Glorious season.
Reply21 months
Never gets old. The SEC network carried the LSU Radio broadcast while showing hte game. Was CONSIDERABLY better watching it on TV with the Radio Broadcast as the color. No ESPN nonsense. Wish they did that for every game. Was fantastic.
Reply21 months
Love it, mayne!
Reply21 months
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