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And The Valley Shook Feb 5, 2016

And The Valley Drinks: Abita King Cake Soda

Abita takes a break from brews to concoct a perfect family-friendly drink. But did they get it too right? Now is usually the time of year where everybody goes haywire over Abita's Mardi Gras Bock, what is largely viewed as one of Abita's best offerings (I'm high on it, but Seersucker is my personal runaway favorite). This year, Abita threw a curveball and introduced King Cake Soda not too long after they lifted a page from Not Your Father's and made a hard root beer they labeled Bayou Bootlegger. So it's nice to see Abita play around and offer more unique selections. The King Cake Soda...
And The Valley Shook Jan 24, 2016

Lady Tigers Drop Fourth Straight, Lose To Arkansas

The LSU offense continues to struggle LSU played itself Thursday, and still lost 48-44. Arkansas is not considered an offensive juggernaut, with an offense that ranks 223rd nationally. Though compared to LSU’s 313th ranked offense, the Razorback offense is considerably more serviceable. The Razorbacks tried their best to play to LSU’s level. Arkansas had just seven first quarter points and attempted zero free throws in the first half. Even with those totals, LSU squandered a seven point lead and trailed for bits of the second quarter, before going into the half tied at 24. Even after...
And The Valley Shook Jan 23, 2016

LSU rains on the Tide parade

Tigers make history in Coleman Coliseum. The day started with Alabama Football celebrating its National Championship over Clemson. The day included the traditional parade and victory speeches. Fans left the festivities and headed inside Coleman Coliseum for a basketball game between the Tide and the Fighting Tigers of LSU. The Tigers came into Tuscaloosa with a nine game road losing streak. The day ended with LSU raining on Alabama’s parade for it its first win in Tuscaloosa since 2004. The final score on the afternoon was 72-70. LSU improved to 12-7 overall on the year and 5-2 in...
And The Valley Shook Jan 8, 2016

LSU Underclassmen and the NFL Draft: Who's staying, who's not

How many underclassmen will LSU lose to the NFL Draft this year? We'll update the list as the news comes in. As you know by now, LSU junior left tackle Jerald Hawkins declared for the 2016 NFL Draft on Wednesday evening. Was that only the beginning of what has recently become an annual tradition? Or will the program be able to hold on to enough veterans to help put a tremendous core of talent over the top in 2016? The deadline for early entrants is Jan. 18, and to date Hawkins and four other underclassmen have requested reports from the NFL's draft advisory council: linebacker Kendell...

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