Your personal LSU football stats?

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  1. TigerStagg

    TigerStagg Founding Member

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    Out of sheer boredom I picked up the 2003 LSU media guide and highlighted every football game I’ve ever been to. Not a very good record, thanks to the Hallman & Dinardo Eras. Thanks to Nick, I’m over .500.

    At the risk of boring every one of you, some of my personal statistics:

    50 games overall, W/L – 29-21

    First game: 1983, Washington @ BR – W
    Last game: 2003, South Carolina @ SC – W

    Biggest Margin Win: 2000 Western Carolina @ BR - W 58-0
    Biggest Margin Loss: 1988 Miami @ BR – L 3-44

    Notable Games:

    1983 Washington – Largest Attendance until the east deck was added in ‘98
    1988 Auburn – Hodson to Fuller on 4th down
    1988 Miami – Steve Walsh lights us up in a monsoon
    1995 Auburn – Bring Back the Magic & the white jerseys
    1997 Auburn – Cecil Collins goes wild in loss, pass on 3rd & 2???
    1997 Florida – Down go the goalposts
    1998 @ Auburn – Gerry fools us with a solid win
    1998 Georgia – 1 point heartbreaker, begins the downward spiral
    1999 Auburn – most humiliating moment in Tiger Stadium, Bayou Bengals get smoked
    2000 Miss St. – OT comeback, Josh Reed reveals himself as messiah
    2001 Auburn – most satisfying moment in Tiger Stadium, Bayou Bengals smoke Tubby, clinch west
    2002 Sugar Bowl – Big Ten Chumps get smacked around
    2003 Florida – only home game I went to, only loss
    2003 @ South Carolina – back on winning track the very next week
     
  2. Bengal B

    Bengal B Founding Member

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    I've been going to games since I was 6 years old so I can't remember all of them but:

    Biggest margin of victory: LSU 77 - Rice - 0 - 1977 Carlos Carson caught 5 TD passes in that game.
     
  3. TigerStagg

    TigerStagg Founding Member

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    i was 6 at my first game too. I'm 27 now. I just happen to have a damn good memory when it comes to trivial things. I can't remember anything important.
     
  4. DgPTiger

    DgPTiger Founding Member

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    My Record

    First Game: 11/11/95 Ole Miss W, 38-9 :eek:lefire:

    Notable Games:
    Houston 1999, DiNardo's Last
    Bama 2000, Finally beat them in Tiger Stadium
    Auburn 2001
    Sugar Bowl 2002
    SEC Champ 2003

    Personal Winning Percentage: .741 (20-7)
     
  5. DDTigerFan

    DDTigerFan Back from the Dead

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    I am 20, so I haven't been to nearly as many games as most of yall, but I plan to attend all away games this season and ofcourse the home games. Here's a list I started compiling awhile back of every single College football game I have ever attended.

    Baylor vs. SMU, Floyd Casey Stadium, October 13, 1990. Baylor wins 52-17
    Texas Tech vs. USC, Cotton Bowl, Jan. 2, 1995. USC wins 55-14
    Texas A&M vs. OU, Owen Field, October 23, 1999. OU wins 51-6
    Alabama vs. Iowa State, Independence Bowl, Dec. 27, 2001. Alabama wins 14-13
    LSU vs. Citadel, Tiger Stadium, Sept. 7, 2002. LSU wins 35-10
    LSU vs. Miami (OH), Tiger Stadium, Sept. 14, 2002. LSU wins 33-7
    LSU vs. Miss. State, Tiger Stadium, Sept. 28, 2002. LSU wins 31-13
    LSU vs. ULL, Tiger Stadium, Oct. 5, 2002. LSU wins 48-0
    LSU vs. Florida, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Oct. 12, 2002. LSU wins 36-7
    LSU vs. South Carolina, Tiger Stadium, Oct. 19, 2002. LSU wins 38-14
    LSU vs. Auburn, Jordan-Hare Stadium, Oct. 26, 2002. Auburn wins 31-7
    LSU vs. Kentucky, Commonwealth Stadium, November 9, 2002. LSU wins 33-30
    LSU vs. Alabama, Tiger Stadium, November 16, 2002. Alabama wins 31-0
    LSU vs. Ole Miss, Tiger Stadium, November 23, 2002. LSU wins 14-13
    Ole Miss vs. Nebraska, Independence Bowl, Dec. 27, 2002. Ole Miss wins 27-23
    LSU vs. ULM, Tiger Stadium, Aug. 30, 2003. LSU wins 49-7
    LSU vs. Western Illinois, Tiger Stadium, Sept. 13, 2003. LSU wins 35-7
    LSU vs. Georgia, Tiger Stadium, Sept. 20, 2003. LSU wins 17-10
    LSU vs. Florida, Tiger Stadium, Oct. 11, 2003. Florida wins 19-7
    LSU vs. Auburn, Tiger Stadium, Oct. 25, 2003. LSU wins 31-7
    LSU vs. Louisiana Tech, Tiger Stadium, Nov. 1, 2003. LSU wins 49-10
    LSU vs. Ole Miss, Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Nov. 22, 2003. LSU wins 17-14
    LSU vs. Arkansas, Tiger Stadium, Nov. 28, 2003. LSU wins 55-24
    Arkansas vs. Missouri, Independence Bowl, Dec. 31, 2003. Arkansas wins 27-14
    LSU vs. OU, Sugar Bowl, BCS NC Game, Jan. 4, 2004. LSU wins 21-14
     
  6. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    I went to a few games in the late '60's as a kid. But since my freshman year in '73 I've missed only about 6 home games due to illness or crisis. I average about one road game a year. I really should get on the road some more in the SEC.
     
  7. TBTrumpet

    TBTrumpet Founding Member

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    I don't know when my first game was, but the first one that I can remember was sometime in '83 or '84 (when I was 3 or 4) and I decided that when I grew up, I wanted to be in the Golden Band from Tigerland.

    I joined Tigerband in 1999 and since then have been to every home game from 1999 to 2003. That's 35 total games and a 26-9 (.742) record.

    I've also been to 13 of the 22 away games since 1999. LSU's record is 6-7 (.461) in those 13 games.

    I've been to both SEC Championship games: 2-0 (1.00) record and four bowl games since 2000: 3-1 (.750) record.

    All in all, LSU is 37-17 (.685) when I'm in the stands.

    Notable games:
    All of them. Go check out the game recaps here:
    http://www.geocities.com/tomfontenot/trumpets.html
     
  8. Geauxld Member

    Geauxld Member Founding Member

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    Game stats

    I went to my first LSU home game when I was three in 1971.
    I saw Bert Jones and cousin Andy Hamilton defeat Notre Dame in front of 68,000 deafening rabid Cajuns in Tiger Stadium. My parents were LSU students and it was good times under the Bert Jones era in the student section. Sometimes the students would chant "Watergate" intstead of "TigerBait".
    Since then I've been to about 70% of the games including those awful Hallman years when I was at LSU. The Peach Bowl, SEC championship against Tenn a couple years ago and NC Sugar Bowl. wouldn't have missed it for anything.

    I think my real stats would be boring but I think this should sum up my LSU attendance.
     
  9. edyel

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    BengalB, I was at that game with a few friends. If I'm not mistaken it was away and they let you bring in coolers. LSU kicked butt,my friends and I drank a LOT of beer and I found a bag of weed on the ground leaving the stadium. That was one hell of a weekend.
     
  10. Bengal B

    Bengal B Founding Member

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    It was in Baton Rouge.

    http://www.tigerroar.com/football/history/1977.php

    Maybe the weed made you forget what city your were in. :D

    How did you smuggle a cooler into Tiger Stadium?

    One time I found a tackle box on the side of the road. It not only had a lot of great fishing lures but there was also a zip lock baggie inside that had about 20 joints already rolled up. I had a great fishing trip.
     

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