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ScottAndrew
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Aug 2009
615 posts

Today is Warren Morris Day

Little Scott was 9 and remember it vividly. Jumped so quick out the sofa my leg caught in a cushion and dam near shattered my knee on the floor. Tearing up watching the highlight more now than over my knee then. Anybody got fond memories to share?

Also, I was thinking another reason it was so special is that I don’t think there’s another fan base that would pray as hard for that to happen as 90’s LSU baseball fans


Morpheus
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In your Dreams
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Saw it with my father. Will never forget


ScottAndrew
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Aug 2009
615 posts

Yes same, my story was in the TV room with my Dad


Catahoula20LSU
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Louisiana
Member since Oct 2011
1703 posts

Same for me. Was watching with my dad


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beauxgy
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LA
Member since Feb 2007
3140 posts

First CWS without my Dad watching with me.
My Mom coincidentally started cutting onions in the bottom of the 9th.


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Bestbank Tiger
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I was watching on TV and also leapt off the couch. Fortunately I didn't injure myself on the landing.


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Morpheus
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In your Dreams
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To expound, I think we were both just both kinda just blankly sitting there obviously knowing it was a long shot for a comeback so when it happened man, we blew the Top off of the house jumping, dancing, laughing all this while cheering Geaux Tigers.
Fun times and definitely Top 5-10 moment with my Dad.


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geauxpurple
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New Orleans
Member since Jul 2014
8636 posts

My favorite radio call of all time in any sport at any level.


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El_chantajista
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Lafayette Louisiana
Member since Jan 2020
630 posts

I saw it on tv as in real time, will never forget that play,


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ds1tiger
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MBclass83
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Baton Rouge
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Still get goose bumps!!!


TigerKurt
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Kenner, LA
Member since Apr 2005
458 posts

I only went to one CWS-guess which one it was?
Yes, I was fortune enough to go to 1996.
I sat 10 rows above the LSU dugout for the championship game. Absolute pandemonium is putting it mildly. I wound up 2 rows behind where I was sitting and I don't know how I got there! After I got home, my daughter noticed bruises on the back of my legs. I guess it was from the armrests on the seats. Lasting memories and a thrill of a lifetime.
This post was edited on 6/9 at 9:41 am


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MountainTiger
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The foot of Mt. Belzoni
Member since Dec 2008
14215 posts

I worked with a guy that was a Miami fan and he was shite talking me non-stop before the game. All through the game as we were losing, I was dreading going into work the next day because I knew he was going to give me both barrels. Then when Morris' ball went over the fence I started laughing like a madman. The next morning, I left a copy of the sports page on his desk.


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Yewkindewit
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Near Birmingham, Alabama
Member since Apr 2012
18565 posts

I remember the stadium had 6,500,324 fans in attendance that got to see the game winning tater in real time and in person.


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LANonna
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2021
5 posts

My dad was in a MS hospital recovering from open-heart surgery. He was watching the ballgame and I was watching from here in BR. Within seconds after the game ended I called my dad. He said, “I heard you screaming all the way from BR!” Funny how so many of us remember sharing this day with our dads. He loved LSU baseball because I loved LSU baseball. He proudly wore his LSU baseball cap autographed by Warren Morris! He died in 1999. A CWS doesn’t pass that I don’t remember that homerun and talking to my dad.


CaliTigerHB
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Huntington Beach
Member since Jul 2015
1480 posts

I was seven. My dad jumped off the couch yelling. Spilled beer all over me. I cried


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TxTiger1978
LSU Fan
Member since Feb 2022
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My fist almost went through the roof of my car and we almost went flying off of I-10 at 80mph when the call came through the radio. Was driving back from a baseball tournament in Mobile. Had to pull over with some of the others in our caravan and celebrate/calm down. It was a great day to be a Tiger fan!!


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KC Tiger
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2006
4247 posts

quote:

Saw it with my father. Will never forget


Same. And for me, this applies to every great LSU sports moment from my first memory until I lost my Dad several years ago.

That is what makes sports so special.


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FightingTigers7
LSU Fan
Metairie
Member since Jan 2012
1212 posts

quote:

My dad was in a MS hospital recovering from open-heart surgery. He was watching the ballgame and I was watching from here in BR. Within seconds after the game ended I called my dad. He said, “I heard you screaming all the way from BR!” Funny how so many of us remember sharing this day with our dads. He loved LSU baseball because I loved LSU baseball. He proudly wore his LSU baseball cap autographed by Warren Morris! He died in 1999. A CWS doesn’t pass that I don’t remember that homerun and talking to my dad.

Awesome!! It ain’t just a game


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WPsportsman
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In a van down by the river
Member since Jun 2015
2397 posts

I remember being on the phone with a fellow 11&12 All star player teammate that called to see what time our game was and I threw the phone down and my dad and mom and me screamed for 5 min straight when I went back to the phone he was still on there he was asking if he needed to call 911 he thought we were getting murdered


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