Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by LSU, Jan 12, 2004.
Not to beat a dead horse....
I guess he is waiting on us to do the work for him.
Shouldn't that be "Not to beat a dead Trojan Horse"?
*Warren Morris' Home Run to win the World Series.
*Cresse's winning Championship game hit.
*Hodson to Fuller in the earthquake game.
just a few...
Still tops my list.
Randall to Henderson against Kentucky
Cannon's punt return against Ole Miss
* Blue Grass Miracle
* Hudson to Fuller
* Toefields 72 TD run against Tennessee
* Morris GW home run in the CWS
Just a couple...My mind is blank right now.
Lionel Turner's crushing hit against Jason White to secure the NC. Too bad we could not get a camera shot on Jason's face as he had to have had that "Deer in the headlights look" or that WTF look.
Warren Morris' home run is the most exciting play in LSU sports history hands down. The circumstances were against anything like that happening. He had 1 home run all year (from what I remember). And the fact that it cleared the outstretched arm of the outfielder by a mere foot or so.
in no particular order other than the order they came to my head
-2003 football championship
-1997 warren morris home run and championship
-1958 football championship
-1991 baseball championship (first one)
-1988 earthquake game
-1959 billy cannon winning the heisman
-1981 trip to the final four (1st in 28 years)
-1995 auburn game (signaled to me that the six years of losing was over)
-randall to jack hunt, i mean, henderson
-all track and field championships combined
naturally i remeber the thigns that have happened recently b/c i am only 26
1. Warren Morris Home run wins 1996 NC
2. Billy Cannon Punt return earns 1959 Heisman
3. Bert Jones to Davis pass with no time left 1972
4. Eddie Fuller Earthquake Game reception 1988
5. Basketball win over #1 Kentucky in 1978
6. Football win over #1 Florida in 1997
7. Bluegrass Miracle Hail Mary 2002
8. Lowest seeded basketball team to ever make the final four 1987
9. Womens Track wins 10 straight National Championships
10. Undefeated LSU beats Clemson in Sugar Bowl to win 1958 National Championship
Oh . . . and unheralded LSU wins the 2003 National Football Championship!
LSU annhilating Alabama my freshman year at Alabama while Bear Bryant was still coaching! Alabama did not even make a first down until the 3rd quarter! At that time, all we chanted leaving Tiger Stadium was "Bring on Bama, we want Bama!".