Sunday, September 23, 2007

Singin' in the Rain

All I can say about yesterday is that I'm glad it's over. The Tigers played a decent game, but I don't think the commentators wanted LSU to win that game. Through the entire game these guys were saying, "Watch out for 'the ol' ball coach, because he'll get you somehow." That, of course, is not a direct quote, but you get the point. It sounded to me that these guys wanted South Carolina to pull this game out. The references to Spurrier's team still hanging around while they sneak up on teams and beating them, were really causing me to drink more crown than I had planned.

I think the very wet and soggy conditions hampered LSU a little bit. They did not pass as much as I would have thought they would. But that could have something to do with the receivers having the dropsies. Well, at least we have this play to cheer about:

Have more later!

What the Hell?

I went to bed early last night and I missed the end of the Alabama/Georgia game. But thanks for "Loser With Socks" who linked the video from youtube, I was able to witness the glory of what it is to be NICK SABAN.

I have one question, though. What the F@#* is this guy referencing Britney for? Is he that bored? I do have one theory. He was struck feebleminded by SABAN's brilliance in going ahead by three in overtime.

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Apologies 4EverLSU


I have been trying to post comments on your ever since I found it. The only problem is that my computer at work has some very strange issues. I will link your site from my blog whenever I get on the computer at the house. I'll also post comments when I am at the house.

I did want to reference the 'death star' comment. I was wonderin', didn't the 'dark side' lose that little conflict in a galaxy far, far away?

For anyone that is interested his website is:

That is the best that I can do right now.

I will be at the South Carolina game next Saturday. If anyone has some good tailgatin' goin on, I'd like to come and visit if it's alright.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Probably a Complete Game

I know. . . I know. The title is somewhat of an understatement. Saturday night's game was perhaps the most enjoyable game I have ever attended at LSU. I've been to some pretty fun games, such as: LSU defeating #1 Fla at home, The earthquake game (while in high-school), the overtime win over Tennessee at home, among others. This one, however, I enjoyed from the time I arrived at the tailgate spot to the ending whistle in the fourth quarter.

I don't think the V-Tech fans and players know what hit them during this contest. From beginning to end, the Tigers were ready to play and play they did. I said in an earlier post that I would reserve judgement on the offense for later. Well, I've reached my decision. If they play half as well for the rest of the season, I don't think we will ever be 'out' of any game this year. I still am extremely hesitant to jump on the 12-0 bandwagon. I really want to, but I don't want to jinx the whole deal. Needless to say, I was very impressed. I am looking forward to watching this team for the rest of the season. Great job guys, keep it up!

Now for the most excruciating thing about the whole day. THE TRAFFIC AFTER THE GAME. Need I say more? If anyone reading this has been to an LSU football game, they have just an inkling of what my wife and I experienced after the game. This post-game exodus was unlike any other game that we have attended in years. I don't exactly know what time the game ended, but we did not get out of the parking lot (field) on river road close to the vet school until 2:45 AM. We waited in the parking lot for an entire hour before my wife convinced me to go in a different direction. Let me explain. THE FREAKIN' CAR DID NOT MOVE ONE INCH IN AN HOUR!!!!!!!! Don't get me wrong, I expect traffic after football games. There is no excuse for the fact that it took my wife, my step-daughter and I almost three hours to get home. Anyway that is all for the ranting for now.