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I think they deserve some props, while I was not at the game from T.V it looked to be rocking. Someone who was there tell us what it was like.
I was there, in the student section and there were times when you could barely hear yourself yell. It was one of the loudest game I've been to since being a student at LSU.
It seemed like there were times when the crowd (particularly the student section) WILLED LSU to a big play. You could see it in the linemen. The louder we got, the more aggressive they became, and the more rattled Connor Shaw was.
The crowd literally could not have done more damage.
I bet it was great fun.Great job!
That's what we needed!
And it worked.
Just got back home in Lafayette. It took a while to get out of BR. Tiger Stadium was rocking. Last time it was this crazy would be the 2010 Alabama game (this game topped the Arkansas game last year). It was a crazy atmosphere! Big win! Now on to A&M.
"You can learn more character on the two-yard line than anywhere else in life." - Former LSU Coach and AD Paul Dietzel
I'm definitely not overlooking A&M because they are a solid team & Kyle Field is a tough place to play... but can you imagine what Tiger Stadium will be like for the Bama game? Even though Bama looks very good right now, I think we will grind out a win in front of our fans!
Proud to support everything Louisiana
I think they deserve a lot of props too. They played a huge part in rattling South Carolina and made that a terrific atmosphere. I'm sure we will get some real strong reactions from recruits too.
I was there in south endzone and it was by far the loudest game I've been too. Sam was an animal out there and totally fed off our energy!
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