LSU fans bring with them the spirits of Louisiana. We primarily mean “alcohol distilled from marshgrass and pesticide” when we say this, but we also mean the festive, carnival-style fatalism of the LSU fanbase. They do not know whether they are showing up to a celebration or a funeral, but the reaction to either will be the same: music, some friendly fistfights, cursing, overly indulgent eating, and a ripping hangover either way. The LSU fanbase may or may not be right for you. Do not ask your doctor about taking LSU, because he or she won’t let you.

Good luck tomorrow, Georgia.

Sad Alabama frat boy is sad.

Sad Alabama frat boy is sad.

newyorker:

LSU vs. Alabama: Game of Which Century?

[ESPN] has covered every possible angle of tomorrow’s game, stopping just shy  of examining the relative strengths of each university’s  nineteenth-century literature programs. (We’ll give the nod to Alabama  for the English department’s motto: “Totally making you read.”) ESPN’s  various “All-Access” segments this week have informed us that L.S.U.  coach Les Miles drinks between two and five cups of coffee each day and  Alabama coach Nick Saban listens to Michael Jackson on the way to work  in the morning. Natural vs. aural caffeination: let’s call that one a  draw.

Reeves Wiedeman discusses tomorrow night’s “Game of the Century”: http://nyr.kr/rKwlhx

How to tell when a college football game is big: when even the goddamn New Yorker is chiming in on it.

newyorker:

LSU vs. Alabama: Game of Which Century?

[ESPN] has covered every possible angle of tomorrow’s game, stopping just shy of examining the relative strengths of each university’s nineteenth-century literature programs. (We’ll give the nod to Alabama for the English department’s motto: “Totally making you read.”) ESPN’s various “All-Access” segments this week have informed us that L.S.U. coach Les Miles drinks between two and five cups of coffee each day and Alabama coach Nick Saban listens to Michael Jackson on the way to work in the morning. Natural vs. aural caffeination: let’s call that one a draw.

Reeves Wiedeman discusses tomorrow night’s “Game of the Century”: http://nyr.kr/rKwlhx

How to tell when a college football game is big: when even the goddamn New Yorker is chiming in on it.

twoeightninetshirts:

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Guaux Tigers

$20-25

Les Miles entered his post-game conference after defeating Oregon exclaiming “Go Cowboys”, with his own take on the Cajun accent.

“That’s spelled G-u-a-u-x,” Miles said.

Available Colors:

     Purple

Available Styles:

     Men - Fruit of the Loom Classic, American Apparel

     Women - Gildan Classic, American Apparel

(Click here or on the picture to purchase.)

The legend of LSU football coach Les Miles grows with each passing day. Want. This will go great with my “Real Men Eat Grass” t-shirt.