Of course I watched. I was there and it was nice to watch all the great plays and hits again but with replays from different angles.
-Auburn coaches dress like homeless people. And Trooper Taylor looks like a real winner with his hat backwards look.
-After some of the hits LSU dished out, Auburn wanted none of it. Their qb bailed out of several throws. I'd call him chicken but I'd be worried about being hit too. Then again, I wouldn't go to Auburn and put myself through any of that mess. Also, their dback Neiko Thorpe is a coward. One the first TD by Hilliard when Copeland led and demolished a LB or DB, Thorpe did all he could to spin away from Copeland/Hilliard and the ball. He should be ashamed to have the same name Thorpe as he's the other end of the spectrum from Jim Thorpe.
-The third kickoff, the one after the fumble and then the hit was great. At that point, someone wanted to be the next to lay some wood. The entire Tiger team was rabid at that point and it showed up in how the Dline and Oline was playing.
-I think someone here said it, but LSU could've added many more points and just embarrassed the War Plainsmen.
-That bodes well for next season, Auburn was pretty much helpless against this team. Most all of this team will be back and so will Auburn. I'm calling it now we take it to them next year at their house.
-The speed at which Mingo and the power with which Brockers wreaked havoc was giggle-inducing in how badly they dominated Auburn.
Now if we can lay a similar beat down for the same trash from Arkansas (see Kragthorpe disease jokes most recently) my temper will be satisfied, but only for a year.