The Unforgettable Story of Brian Kinchen

Brian Kinchen was a twelve-year veteran in the NFL. Previously, an impressive tight end at LSU and a reliable blocking tight end for the Ravens, he now played mostly long-snapper on the special teams unit for the Carolina Panthers. It had been a steady decline, from a...

The Fire Within

Hello, Tiger fans. About a month ago, I was at my grandparent’s house and as a surprise they gave me a book. On the cover of the book was No. 31 for the Green Bay Packers, who I immediately recognized as LSU legend and NFL Hall of Famer, Jim Taylor. The book was...

LSU’s Rudy story

One of my favorite movies of all time is Rudy. It’s a true story about a small non-athletic kid who never gave up his dream to play football for the University of Notre Dame. Even though no one in Rudy’s family had ever gone to college, Rudy forged a path to...

The Championship Years, 2003

Today I’ll continue the series about LSU’s three national championship years. Last week, I talked about our most recent national title in 2007. Today, I’m writing about our next most recent national title, only four years before, in 2003. The 2003 season is the only...

The Championship Years, 2007

Today I am starting a new series about LSU’s three national championships in 2007, 2003, and way back in 1958. We lost a national title in 2011 to Alabama after an undefeated season, but that is a sore subject. If I do this series next year, I will certainly have to...

The Sevens, part 2

Today we’ll continue our new series about all the greatest players to put on the #7. In my last article, I talked about the player that really gave the #7 legendary status, Patrick Peterson. Now today I’ll talk about someone who came on during Patrick Peterson’s last...

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