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"I guess you've just gotta find something you love to do and then... do it for the rest of your life." - Max Fisher
My name is Matt (30 yrs old), grew up in the metropolis of Converse, LA where in that part of the state basketball is king. Both my wife and I graduated from LSU in 2005. We moved to Florida but ended up back in Broussard. I work for a steel construction company, one of my projects was Alex Box Stadium which was awesome to be apart of. Finally made the jump over from scout yesterday.
Looking forward to being apart of the site.
Welcome to the board. The Alex Box experience must have been a really cool one.
Yeah Shea when the drawings dropped on my desk I made sure no one else touched them...I also worked for a contractor here is Lafayette for 6 months and got to know one of your friends pretty well, Jordan R., he is dying to work on the south stadium expansion. Jordan is a good guy
My name is Moe Samuel and I reside in Boone County, WV; I'm married with two kids and have been an LSU fan since I watched them play Nebraska in the Orange Bowl in the early 80's; I love the info here, but I don't post much
Headboard Banger - I actually deer hunt near the Basin also , on a private lease not far from The Wax. We do a little duck hunting too. And on Saturday afternoon televised away games, the guns all stay in the camp, the horseshoes are flying,drinks are flowing, and Tigers are on the t.v. ! Life is good in the fall!
This post was edited by DieHardTigah 20 months ago
Ha. Even smaller world. Lived with Jordan for a while in college at LSU. Boy those where the days... Good guy and someone I enjoy being around.
This post was edited by Shea Dixon 20 months ago
My name is Nick, I am 28 and live in New Orleans. Graduated from Jesuit in '03 and graduated from LSU in '08. This is my first ever paysite, and first real year covering recruiting. Thank you to everyone on this board for all the great information ya'll share on a daily basis!
Proud to support everything Louisiana
Name's Nad. BS in Civil Engineering from LSU. Moved to Nola 3 years ago to work/party. Met a girl- i still kind of party. Was on TSD while in college and until a couple months ago- woke up and realized Shea and Sonny were both gone so I hauled ass over here.
I am an old guy (moved into Hatcher Hall in the fall of 1977) just trying to keep up with all of you young fellas. I lived in Dallas from 1983 to 2011. I sold print advertising for a living and worked as a reporter for Sports Network and SportsTicker on the side. Covered some Cowboys, Rangers, Stars, NCAA Regionals, Big XII Media Days, etc. for 24 of the 28 years there. Was in attendance and wrote the game summaries for nearly every home Mavericks game for the same period. I am a big prep football fan so when I wasn't getting paid to watch pros, I was getting passes and sometimes paying my way into lots of DFW area hs games.
Moved back to North Louisiana (Ruston) after becoming semi-disabled when I had complications from .a blood clot. Working in the gym every day to get my left leg back healthy. I am far ahead of where my doctors expected me to be, so all is good here. My posting may sometimes reflect a bad day I might be going through. I apologize if I've ever been short with anyone. I made it to one Farmerville football game last season. Plan to make a bunch in Ruston, Farmerville & WM/Monroe this year.
I tell people that the happiest month in my dad's life was January of 1959. That was when his Beloved Tigers beat Clemson in the Sugar Bowl to secure their first ever MNC and 22 days later I was born.
I'm Brandon, 27, and I live in Monroe. I'm an accountant at CenturyLink. Born in West Monroe. I have the same username on TD, Tigerbait, and TSD (although I'm not sure why i'm still there haha). Went to ULM, although if I had to do it over again, definitely would have gone to LSU. Been a die hard fan since the mid 90's and I make it down to BR for as many games as possible. Made 3 games last year (Kentucky, UF, Auburn). I'm addicted to recruiting and all my buddies come to me when they have a question about what's going on with LSU recruiting.
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