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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
Casanova's 1970 game versus Ole Miss. Two punt returns for TDs in a 61-17 rout.


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Deathbat10
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
Joe Burrow and Jamar Chase vs Clemson in the Natty


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Loup
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
I saw fournette at Raising Canes last weekend. Dude is a monster


bignic26
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
You'll never see a player play with more heart and passion than Clyde did that night against bama. That was special.

Josh Reed against bama was unreal though. They literally could not cover him. 19 for 293 and a TD?! Are you kidding me? And this was back in '01 back when video game numbers were uncommon.
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ChanceOfRainIsNever
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
Josh Reed vs Bama for me, especially when you consider the era he played in and the way offenses were back then. For a receiver to put up those kinds of numbers in one game was unheard of


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Espritdescorps
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
Justin Vincent vs Georgia


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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
2016 had:

Fournette vs OM
Guice vs Arkansas
Guice vs TAMU

Any time LF touched the ball in that ole miss game you could hear the crowd gasping in advance of his next big run


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NamariTiger
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
Not number one or really dominant but fricking phenomenal is Cade York 2020 Florida

3/3 FGs
4/4 XP
57 yards Long

Game winner in thick arse fog with the game on the line form almost 60 yards away. In the fricking Swamp!
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LSUMJ
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
Faulk singlehandedly won the Houston game


Madking
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
Hard to believe he was a 205lb running back. The guy ran like he was 220 and I don’t think most people realize how incredible it was that he could do the things he did at his size.



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Lou the Jew from LSU
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
If I remember correctly Carson had five catches for five TD’s for about 300 yds.
Little known: his first catch in the next game was for a TD also, giving him 6 straight catches for TD’s, setting an NCAA record since tied by several others. But in 1977 the ball was not thrown nearly as much as it is today. That’s why it stands out as such a remarkable feat. Helluva game, I’ll tell you that. I was a sophomore.


Crow Pie
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
Josh Reed must be in the convo.


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inadaze
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
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top 3 running backs in LSU history


Who are your top 3?


Ace Midnight
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
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Josh Reed against bama was unreal though. They literally could not cover him. 19 for 293 and a TD?! Are you kidding me? And this was back in '01 back when video game numbers were uncommon.



Certainly impressive considering Reed's *ahem* "less than optimal" size for the position, being a converted running back and limited experience at the position. Of course his whole WR career was like that. Opposing teams' DBs would talk shite and then game day came - I mean in hindsight, I'm not sure he didn't find some sort of way to cheat under the radar because not only was he consistently open, like in the Bama game, but often, several times a game, no defender would even be in frame on the television coverage.

I don't know about you guys, but that's "open" in my book.
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Madking
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
He had a couple of really good NFL years too. I think he was 1 or 2 in receiving yards one season at K.C. Very underrated Tiger.


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Ace Midnight
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
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Hard to believe he was a 205lb running back. The guy ran like he was 220 and I don’t think most people realize how incredible it was that he could do the things he did at his size.


It's not always the weight - it is how it is distributed and how the guy uses the weight. Eddie Fuller is a guy who was around 200 pounds, but played bigger, certainly in high school. We had a pretty good team, but nothing like Leesville. My buddies who played in those games said tackling Eddie was like tackling a car. That level of violence that was not common at that level.


FLBooGoTigs1
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
Eddie Fuller sighting

We have had some really good ones at LSU.


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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
Billy Cannon vs Ole Miss in '59

Joe Labruzzo vs Arkansas in '65


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TigerBert
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
1) Burrow
2) Honey Badger
3) Josh Reed
4) Faulk
5) Fournette
6) Cecil

In their respective best games, these are the single game dominators


Lazy But Talented
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re: Most dominant single game performance by LSU football player
Not saying it's the most dominant, but I sure do spend a lot of time thinking about Chase going bonkers all over Vanderbilt.
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