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MasterAbe1
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What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Talking specific to LSU, and I'm feeling a bit nostalgic today. Thinking back, I think the greatest may have been the Eric Reid interception vs Bama in 2011. The most memorable for me is easily the Byrd catch against Auburn. Was there with my dad and the stadium was rocking. Loved every second of it


Rugaru
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Blue grass miracle


Lee to Toliver
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Brad wing fake punt


MasterAbe1
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Good point


1badboy
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Billy Cannon on Halloween night!


Ryan3232
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
This might get downvoted, but the play where JC Copeland avoided a tackler and ran 50 or so yards down the sideline against Alabama in 2012 at home always sticks in my head. Tiger Stadium got fricking loud for that play. My last ever student game also.


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Nutriaitch
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Twillie into last play of Auburn '95
Cedric Donaldson pick 6 vs Florida '97


NoGeaux
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
In person. Earthquake game.

2. Just about any of the Final Four run in 86 of the games played at the PMAC


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Froman
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Skyler Green's catch from Mauck against Georgia in 2003. But also Demetrius Byrd's catch from Flynn in 2007 could be up there. I dont know which was bigger for me.


keeper007
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
In person:

Trio of HR against UCI in game three of Supers.
Keiland Williams run against Va Tech where he leaped a defender and took it to the house.



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TigerBR1111
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Bert Jones to Brad Davis with one second left to beat Ole Miss. I was a youngster sitting in the South End Zone upper section right on top of where it happened. In my mind I can still see Davis kicking the pylon of the end zone and the ref hesitate before raising his arms.
Bedlam! Watched my big brother who was an LSU student kiss a girl he didn't even know while celebrating. At that moment I knew I had to go to LSU when I grew up.


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Stephen1979
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
In what context? Impact on program? Just random games? For me they differ

Most meaning...I'd say 2003 green td vs Georgia to essentially win the game. I felt like we were really gonna have a chance to win it all. You could almost feel the momentum of the program build with that play

Most random, not particularly meaningful other than the one game...
The bluegrass miracle by far was crazy


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Morecowbell
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Aaron Hill throwing a bat into the UL dugout.


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Bojangles
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Russell to doucet
Az st


dcrews
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
The one that jumps out at me most often when this type of question comes up is the pass from Flynn to Byrd agaisnt Auburn.

The first portion of Miles' tenure was so much fun to watch.


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geauxpurple
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Bert Jones to Brad Davis ranks up there.


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turtle75
Member since May 2011
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
I will never forget Matt Mauck's pass to Skyler Green against Georgia. Still my favorite moment in Tiger Stadium thus far.


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stuntman
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
TM7's second long punt return against Georgia.



DeafVallyBatnR
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
Mauck to Green vs UGA.


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Flux Capacitor, Fluxing
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re: What's the greatest/ most memorable play you've seen?
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Twillie into last play of Auburn '95


was there, in SS for that...very special moment given what I (we) had to suffer through for years prior - wearing white at home again- and to beat #5 Aubbie at the time was quite the feat.

The entire LSU/UF '97 game was unreal. Chris Cummings is STILL the unsung hero of that game as he denied completions ALL DAY LONG. The best game I've seen a cover corner have in TS, freed up Ced to play center field and come up big.
Big Tommy Banks's TD was just pure eat- shite Spurrier moment, and that may have been my favorite play of the whole game.

Most memorable play I've seen on TV?

Would have to be LF running over Aubbie, flipping punks over his head and shite. The pure power and attitude on display there is hard to top...even by Mark Roman, Ryan Clark and LaRon Landry's Greatest Hits.


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