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And The Valley Shook Sep 19, 2018
Playin’ Nice: Underdog Dynasty

Playin’ Nice: Underdog Dynasty

Underdog Dynasty’s Tanner Spearman gives us some information on the Tigers’ second in-state opponent on the year. 1. Tech’s had just two games on the year, a narrow win over South Alabama and a blowout win over Southern. What’s your feel for this team in that small sample size? Well like you said, it’s a small sample size, so it’s hard to tell. Most probably see beating South Alabama by only four as a disappointment, even on the road. The offense looked suspect outside of running back Jaqwis Dancy in the first half. The offense looked much better against Southern, but it should...
And The Valley Shook Sep 18, 2018
LSU 22, Auburn 21: Post-Game Review

LSU 22, Auburn 21: Post-Game Review

Tigers hold on through the roller coaster ride for a landmark victory. LSU walked into Jordan-Hare Stadium, landed the first punch, took Auburn’s best counter and then had the last laugh for a landmark win. And yes, when you can beat your second top-10 team in just 14 days, with what may have been the first walk-off field goal in regulation in school history, that’s a landmark. This team may have grown up on Saturday. We’ll see how that continues as we hit the meat of LSU’s schedule in October. And what does it say that TWO top-10 opponents doesn’t constitute the hard part of...
And The Valley Shook Sep 17, 2018
Eating With Ed, Week 4 - La Tech

Eating With Ed, Week 4 - La Tech

Coming off an exciting 22-21 win against the Auburn Tigers, LSU head coach Ed Orgeron met with the media Monday. Obviously one of the most major issues addressed was the Drake Davis situation, as the wide receiver was arrested on battery yet again Saturday. Davis was first arrested on Aug. 17, which led to an indefinite suspension. Of course Orgeron had to give a vague answer, saying it was a “legal matter” that he declined to comment on. He gave a similar answer in regards to the Ingram suspension. Also in regards to vague matters, Orgeron can’t comment on four-star defensive...
And The Valley Shook Sep 17, 2018
LSU QB Joe Burrow Talks Tumble Over Auburn Fence

LSU QB Joe Burrow Talks Tumble Over Auburn Fence

LSU starting quarterback Joe Burrow isn’t afraid to take a hit, and has already told us multiple times that he’s “not a slider.” But it looks like opposing teams’ defenders aren’t the only thing he’s been running into lately. If you were watching last weekend’s thrilling LSU victory over Auburn, you probably didn’t miss the shot of Burrow falling head first over a fence. But in the event that you did, CBS Sports tweeted this footage of Burrow’s blunder. Fence - 1 Joe Burrow - 0 pic.twitter.com/QHKKLl3G8j— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 15, 2018 I caught up with...
And The Valley Shook Sep 17, 2018
Link Gumbo: Davis Arrested Again

Link Gumbo: Davis Arrested Again

Tiger receiver picked up again for battery. Sunday morning would bring bad news for LSU as Drake Davis, who is currently away from the team on suspension, was arrested again. Davis had already been suspended from the university all together over the original incident. While the program hasn’t had much to say about Davis, it seems like a safe bet to suggest that LSU fans have probably seen the last of Davis. In better news, LSU went into Jordan-Hare as a 10 point dog and ended the longest home winning streak in college football. I am being cautious not to get too overly optimistic here,...
And The Valley Shook Sep 16, 2018
Sunday Video Roundup - Auburn Postgame

Sunday Video Roundup - Auburn Postgame

Coach O is a national treasure. pic.twitter.com/GR9NXP43vm— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 15, 2018 #LSU Rashard Lawrence says the Tigers ran the levee in the offseason for days like today. pic.twitter.com/LCu0Zc6aYi— Jacques Doucet (@JacquesDoucet) September 16, 2018 #LSU Rashard Lawrence was not worried about Cole Tracy making the game-winning field goal. pic.twitter.com/QC6Yb1wKnJ— Jacques Doucet (@JacquesDoucet) September 16, 2018 Fehoko! #LSU pic.twitter.com/Tzh3fqMNrw— Jacques Doucet (@JacquesDoucet) September 15, 2018 Brossette! #LSU...
And The Valley Shook Sep 15, 2018
Initial Impressions: LSU 22, Auburn 21

Initial Impressions: LSU 22, Auburn 21

Oh. My. God. It was an LSU-Auburn game, what else is there to say? WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!! Write up to come!
And The Valley Shook Sep 15, 2018
PREGAME OPEN THREAD 9/15/18

PREGAME OPEN THREAD 9/15/18

Q&A: Joe Alleva on Football, Facilities, and the Future - LSUsports.net LSU Football at Auburn - Times of Interest - LSUsports.net Friday 5: Special Teams Always Key vs. Auburn - LSUsports.net Tigers set for SEC opener at Auburn - LSUsports.net LSU football rakes in $56M profit annually, 9th-most valuable in college ranks, Forbes says | LSU | theadvocate.comAs LSU continues its charge up the college football rankings, it can rest assured its safely in the top 10 in another area: Cash. The Coach O Show, Sept. 12, 2018: LSU tries to take eight shots at the end zone per game | LSU |...
And The Valley Shook Sep 14, 2018
Stat Watch - Auburn

Stat Watch - Auburn

This week Stat Watch takes a look at the “Other” Tigers Last week, like the game itself, can be flushed for Stat Watch. You really just don’t learn much from rent-a-win games. We will learn a lot from this week though, with LSU going to the Plains to take on Auburn, one of the top ranked teams in the country, but with a pretty interesting statistical profile. Since it’s Week 1, and until there’s enough games played to compile enough data for this year’s stat’s, we’ll take a look at last year’s advanced stats profile for the Auburn Tigers, but also some of the minimal data...
And The Valley Shook Sep 14, 2018
LSU vs. Auburn: What to Watch For

LSU vs. Auburn: What to Watch For

Time to open SEC play with a second top-10 opponent in just three weeks. Nothing like starting off the season with a second top-10 opponent in less than 14 days, right? LSU heads to Jordan-Hare Stadium for a week three matchup with the seventh-ranked Tigers as a 10-point underdog. Both teams still feel like a bit of an unknown here; yes, Auburn held on for a five-point win over a very good Washington team, but in a game where they seemed to only barely make fewer mistakes. LSU absolutely waxed a top-10 Miami game, but has looked underwhelming on offense since. We’ll learn more about...
And The Valley Shook Sep 14, 2018
Knockin’ On Evan’s Door: LSU-Auburn and Reasonable Conclusions

Knockin’ On Evan’s Door: LSU-Auburn and Reasonable Conclusions

We’re all going to watch the game, but please don’t think about it too hard. The 12th-ranked Tigers of LSU will travel to Jurdin Hair Stadium this Saturday to take on the seventh-ranked War Damn Eagle Tigers of Auburn. These teams have made a habit of wrecking each other’s seasons the last couple of years. With both teams 2-0, Saturday’s loser could conceivably afford this loss, but that’s an assumption based on logic and reasoning. Those two things go out the window when LSU and Auburn play. Poseur already detailed how Auburn Hate Week is cancelled, and I fully endorse that....
And The Valley Shook Sep 11, 2018
Better Know a Freshman: Damone Clark

Better Know a Freshman: Damone Clark

Prepping in the shadows of Tiger Stadium outlines your football choices pretty clearly. It’s not too difficult to spell out the equation: Baton Rouge Lab Football Player + LSU Football Scholarship Offer = LSU Football Player Okay, yes, just last year Christopher Allen decided to make his own future in Tuscaloosa, but you’d be hard pressed to find another Lab kid in recent history that LSU wanted and didn’t get. Even ones that nearly got away, like Nick Brossette, wound up staying home. Even ones with lengthy offer lists and taking serious official visits, like Garrett Brumfield, wound...
And The Valley Shook Sep 11, 2018
Auburn Hate Week is Cancelled

Auburn Hate Week is Cancelled

Whatever... The LSU-Auburn rivalry flowered into full bloom, stinking of rotting flesh like the corpse flower, back in the early 00s before the Return of the Bama Dynasty. That was because the game was usually played early in the season between two teams in the top 25 and a loss would serve as a de facto elimination from the SEC race. You beat Auburn, you didn’t just win one game in the SEC standings on a rival, you essentially gained two games on them because now you held the head-to-head tiebreaker. And good luck on that. If you were good enough to beat Auburn, you were good enough to...
And The Valley Shook Sep 11, 2018
Eating with Ed - Week 3, Auburn

Eating with Ed - Week 3, Auburn

On to Auburn. While LSU did shut out SELU 31-0 on Saturday, it wasn’t exactly a pretty win in more than just one aspect of the game. Orgeron stated that his team will “need to improve on our pass protection and overall passing game. We’re going to make adjustments this week to make improvements in those areas.” He also brought up the point that Joe Burrow had held onto the ball for too long, which will be something else the Tigers look to fix before they face the Auburn defense this weekend. Those Auburn defenders that Burrow and the offense will be up against aren’t at all...
And The Valley Shook Sep 9, 2018
LSU 31, Southeastern 0: Postgame Review

LSU 31, Southeastern 0: Postgame Review

Tigers slough it out with FCS neighbor. Not a whole lot to say here. LSU shut out an FCS team at home, which is good, but looked bad on offense, which is not good. The whole exercise is ultimately pointless really, and the overreaction I’m seeing to it is stupid. The Tigers are behind the eight-ball going on the road next week to Jordan-Hare, but in other news that may shock you, I heard Pat Dye used to enjoy a cocktail every now and then. On to the notes: I understand that this game is hardly appointment viewing, but is it really too much to ask that ESPN actually cut away from the...

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