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nicholastiger
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Baton Rouge
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re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Wearing my Charles Alexander jersey to Tiger Stadium in 1977 - I was 7 years old

My dad took me to a game with Bert Jones but I was too young to remember.


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TigersFan64
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Oct 2014
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re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Listening to LSU games on the radio in 1977. I still vividly remember the Rice game where LSU won 77-0 and Carlos Carson had a big night. I remember the "Soul Patrol" defensive backfield, which was really good.


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Ace Midnight
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Between sanity and madness
Member since Dec 2006
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re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Being allowed to curse, "Geaux to Hell, Notre Dame, Geaux to Hell!" in 1971. I was 4.

Good times.


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kingbob
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Sorrento, LA
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re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Losing to A&M in Tiger Stadium back in 1996 when the east upper was still under construction


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tigerfan5803
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Member since Dec 2005
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re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Jaime Howard throwing a ton of interceptions in a single game. Not sure who we were playing, just that the belligerent guy in front of me kept screaming "GET OFF THE FIELD YOU frickIN PUSSY!" (I was like 7).


Old
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Metairie
Member since Dec 2016
1398 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
L.S.U. versus #2 T.E.X.A.S. 1962- COTTON BOWL 63

LSU, TEXAS, O.V.E.R.A.L.L. - R.E.C.O.R.D.


Daddy went to Dallas, TX. A pennant rested on my bedroom wall from 1963-1969 of COTTON BOWL 1963.
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crazyLSUfan
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LA (Lower Alabama)
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6522 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Tulane game, early 90's. Eddie Kennison dominated. Killed Tulane. Thought that made us awesome. Was confused why we'd get blown out by SEC teams.


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Mayhawman
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Somewhere in the middle of SEC West
Member since Dec 2009
7709 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Shutout Toolame in BR last game of the season.
A great season, but recall my dad being in a bad mood I didn't understand pretty much all of 1970
Right around that time also was my first Saints game at TU when Dempsy hit the long FG at the end.


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RockoRou
Member since Mar 2015
66 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
For me, it was 1952 or 53, and the Black Stallion walked through my front door. He was dating my sister. I was hooked on LSU football starting that day. He died a short time ago, but I remained friends with him my whole life. He was a great LSU running back.


tbabino
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re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
1969
I was 10 years old
LSU vs Auburn
LSU scores on halfback pass to Andy Hamilton on the first play of the game...and held on 21-20 to beat Heisman Trophy winner Pat Sullivan. I was addicted immediately.


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ImayGoLesMiles
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Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2015
4691 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Kevin faulk basically beating Houston all by himself. That's the first game I remember going to.


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2geaux
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Georgia
Member since Feb 2008
1211 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Early 70's LSU at Rice. LSU in a blowout and I thought the LSU fans were the most obnoxious people I'd ever seen!


Malaysian Tiger
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Manila
Member since May 2008
4073 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
1959 Sugar Bowl! I was 12 at the time.


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ElderTiger
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Planet Earth
Member since Dec 2010
3579 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Watching LSU beat Clemson to win the 1958 NC... on a black & white TV.


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NFLU7
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Houston, Tx
Member since Jan 2016
563 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
2007...LSU vs Virginia Tech.


MondayMorningMarch
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Pumping Sunshine. She's cute!
Member since Dec 2006
12938 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
1964 v eaTme


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TigersFan64
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Oct 2014
2789 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
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Jaime Howard throwing a ton of interceptions in a single game. Not sure who we were playing, just that the


That was against Auburn, I think it was either 1993 or 1994. LSU had the game essentially won, but for some reason, our OC kept insisting on throwing it.
The really sad thing about it is that Jamie Howard got a lot of death threats after that game. Just goes to show how many nutjobs are out there who take football too seriously.
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SpeckTigerLure
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Member since Nov 2016
387 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
USC and the bs face mask call


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LSUShock
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Kansas
Member since Jun 2014
2861 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Tim Couch driving Kentucky down the field to beat LSU on a last second FG in 1998. I was 6 years old. I remember watching baseball and games at home with my dad before that, but that whole experience really stands out for me. Friday before the game we got a tour of the locker room, weight room and stadium. My dad still talks about the look on my face when we walked out of the North Endzone Tunnel and onto the field.

Still my favorite place in the world.
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Rohan Gravy
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New Orleans
Member since Jan 2017
2378 posts

re: What is your earliest recollection of LSU Football?
Listening to Tigers on the radio on Saturday nights, falling asleep, waking up the next morning to read the sports page of the Times Picayune with one black and white pic from the game to find out the final score.

I barely remember Pat Screen and Nelson Stokley.



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