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Wade, 50, one daughter, I live in Belle Chasse; born and raised on the West Bank, but also lived in Houston for about 10 years. I work in the Oil Patch. I started out with the Dandy One to get my fix of all that is LSU while working in Africa, found TD and Sir Rohan, which led me to TSD. Like almost everyone else, I followed S&S (what a GREAT move that was) over here and I'm friggin loving it. This site is like night/day vs. TSD, which I hear is VERY sickly, so I'll not bad-mouth them anymore than I have already!!! LOL
I'll say it again. I have already come to love this site and it's members!!! What a respite this place is compared to ALL other LSU sites I've ever visited!!!
"It's my hometown, and that's big for me," Henry said. "It's about playing for the home team in front of family
I'm Darrell. 60 y/o lifelong Tiger fan. Born 1952 in Winnie, Texas, moved to Broussard in 1968, (graduated from Comeaux 1970). Lived in Baton Rouge, Baker, Slaughter, back to Texas in '83 and back to Louisiana in '97. Lived in Sulphur for 15 years, Bell City for two years and now make my home in Burr Ferry 13 miles west of Leesville. Worked for Exxon for over 20 years and now I work for Phillips 66 in Lake Charles as an Emergency Response Specialist.
I've been a member of BBI, Tigerbait and TigerSportsDigest and came here for the same reasons so many others did. S & S Signed on as soon as they came aboard!
What's up Sonny?
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I'm Mike, 57, and a lifelong fan of the Tigers from Plain Dealing and Shreveport where I used to listen to LSU games on KWKH radio on Saturday nights with my Dad. My Dad was a student manager for the LSU football team in the 40's before he joined the Army in WWII. I still talk to my Dad who is almost 87 now after every game.
I graduated from Airline High School and LSU-S before joining the Navy, from which I retired some years ago. I now work in the Northern Virginia area as an IT consultant but wherever I have been I have followed the Tigers.
Was very happy to score some tickets last year to the West Virginia game and get to see the Tigers in person for the first time in quite a few years. I am a member on the Tiger Roar site but this is the first recruiting site I have joined and it has been well worth it.
You'd be amazed how much I hear that in VA. The hunters from LA I meet here always talk about the deer and the hunting in Tensas. Guess you never really understand until you leave and hear it from others. To me they were just normal deer. Need to make it back and see the difference myself.
Duck hunting is where it's at
Tensas has great deer! We have a duck hole in the Atchafalaya Basin and it is private land full of mallards and woodies. We have pintails on occasion but we have teal galore if you like the heat.
Our family land is on Bayou Crook Chene and it has been in my family for more than 200 years. Our deer hunting is also very good but we still hunt and most people around us run dogs. We are having big problems with a club from Belle Chasse right now.
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Bruce 32 years old LSU grad (political science) as well as my bride.
Sales for oilfield service company in Broussard...
Reside in loreauville, la
Former tigerbait/former tsd/love it here at geaux 247
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I'm Daniel, at 18 I think I'm probably the youngest on the site. I just graduated from Redemptorist, played with Jeremy Hill in middle school, and friends with La'el and Avery Johnson. Starting LSU in a week, and been following recruiting for about 5 years. Finally gave up on ESPN. Love this site. Majoring in Sports Administration.
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I'm Cain, 31. I reside in central Louisiana. Former Tigerbait member but I just recently joined 247. Graduated from LSU in accounting. I hope my two little ones go to LSU one day.
51 years old. D14 on here and I are 1st cousins. New Iberia. Started with script to Tiger Rag back in 1982. Still have alot of the old newspaper issues. Had tigerbait and scout since about 2005, recently cx both and came here for good.
As D14 said, hunt and fish alot in the basin. I like to run a few hoop nets for fun on the weekend. Drink crown royal n coke every weekend for the past 30 years. Follow LSU football since the late 60s.
My name is Stuart. I was born in Louisiana but moved to Jackson, MS during elementary school. I returned to attend Louisiana College. Since my Wildcats just re-established the football program in 2000 after being defunct since 68', I follow LSU. I live in Pineville with my wife (from Baton Rouge) and four children.
I'm on active duty with the National Guard and have served for 21 years. I am proud to say that I deployed twice with the 256 Infantry Brigade "Tiger Brigade". I also followed Sonny & Shea over. I go by MAJSTU on TB & TSD but CenLA Tiger everywhere else (Twitter, Fannation, TSW, TD, etc.)
I have really grown to like this format and also recognize many of you from the other sites. Look forward to big things with 247.
Yeah, you are two years older than me and prolly make more money than me but I am definitely better looking. By the way, Tigerranch is from Berwick and knows our relatives on my Mom's side of the family.
I'm Ted, 25, this is my first subscription site but have posted on TD.com since 2007. I was born in NOLA but quickly was moved to Atlanta at age 1...have lived in Atlanta area ever since. I went to LSU for a year, couldn't come to my senses to keep paying out of state, came home, did some firefighting for a few years, then went back to college at a local JUCO for half a year then ended up now at Georgia Southern where I will be done in December with a Business Management degree (emphasis in Logistics). Die hard LSU fan all my life but also since coming to Georgia Southern a die hard GSU fan. I figure since one is I-A and the other I-AA that's perfectly acceptable. I could be playing football down here at GSU but have decided to just focus on school and get done as quickly as possible (18 hours this last semester!).
Paul Mainieri = 328-135 ovr (70.8%), 119-89 SEC (57.2%), 21-10 NCAA (67.7%), 3 CWS App., 1 National Title
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