Discussion in 'College Football' started by TexasBuckeye, Oct 26, 2011.
Ya know what, by that logic, ESPN can suck on a fat one and LSU can give us the GD trophy from the '06 season. Because everyone in the nation outside of SUCK EC country knows the best two teams that year met in Columbus, under the lights, on the third Saturday of November.
In defense on goblue saying his favorite buckeye is Chad Henne, he has a point. Henne did more good for Ohio State in those 4 years than he did for scUM, lol.
Remembering classic encounters between No. 1 and No. 2 teams - ESPN
Um...where is the "Game of the Century" from 2006?
He briefly mentions it in the actual video, but only in regards to scUM not getting a bid to play for the NC afterwards. So yea, Mr. Schalbach, piss on you for leaving out what was greatest game ever played in the greatest rivalry ever, you f@#&ing dutch canoe.
I think Alabama's power run game does the trick in this one
Another pencil neck, media football wanna-be.
Never played the game past pee-wee or 8th grade, last picke for kick-ball (Soccer or kick-ball) and was always the target during dodgeball games.
Technically, that was the year we lost to Florida, not LSU.
We'll see who really sucks when the time comes in ann arbor
Is it just me or is he a glutton for all the grief he's got coming to him from the rest of us? Good luck with this one gb... You're gonna get beat down... again... lol. Did you forget that the '2,900 days since OSU lost to scUM' mark has come and gone in the last week??
Why would you make that argument against yourself?
Do you really believe Brady Choke will pull off a miracle?
I didn't think so.
lol why is he Brady choke? I think he's done a good thing with the team. Is he not much more respectable than Rich Rod?
Because he's going to choke on a handful of Buckeye nuts
LSU vs. Alabama 2011 Trailer - YouTube
wish i knew how to make videos or someone did this for us.
Hey Young Buc -
Has LSU only wore white jerseys in games this year or do they only wear white all of the time now? I noticed that the pants changed from purple to white and the helmets changed from yellow to white and there's two different white jerseys.
There was at-least 7 games of highlights on there and every game was white. What gives?
LSU wears white at home and home teams usually wear dark jerseys so LSU wears white on the road a lot.....here endeth the lesson.
Home whites are not common right?
im not sure but i hear racism in your tone
No there not,
Jerseys- LSU has worn nearly the same jerseys since the inception of the program. The team has sported the traditional gold helmet with purple face mask, with white and purple stripes down the center and team logo on the side. LSU's jerseys for home games are white with purple and gold stripes on the shoulder, with purple numbers. Since the wearing of white jerseys has become a tradition for LSU football, the white jerseys are worn for both away games and home games (when allowed). The current style of jerseys were introduced by coach Paul Dietzel in 1957 with "TV" numerals on the shoulders. Those numbers were moved to the sleeves in 1959, where they have remained.
Pants-The team traditionally wears one style of pants, which are gold with white and purple trim. For a 1995 game at Kentucky, the Tigers wore purple pants, which had no stripes and a tiger head logo on the left thigh. LSU lost to the Wildcats 24â€“16 and the pants were auctioned off.
LSU has worn white pants on five occasions since 1996
Three times with gold jerseys (vs. Vanderbilt in 1996, vs. Notre Dame in the 1997 Independence Bowl, and at Florida in 1998).
Once with purple jerseys, in a 2007 game at Tulane to promote relief for Hurricane Katrina.
Once with white jerseys, in a 2011 game against Auburn for a Nike Pro Combat promotion.
HelmetsFrom 1957 through 1971, LSU's helmets bore the jersey number of the player. In 1972, the first logo was introduced, a tiger head inside a purple circle. The current helmet logo was adopted in 1977.
In 2011 for a Nike Pro Combat promotion, the Tigers wore a white helmet with old gold and purple stripes to accompany a white uniform
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