Domination in Dallas
LSU backdoored their way into the National Championship game. Now, there was only one thing to do.
ATVS looks back at the highs and lows of LSU's past.
At the time the SEC Championship game felt like a consolation prize for LSU, when it was worth so much more...
The first game between Nick Saban’s Alabama and Les Miles’ LSU was one for the ages.
On a dreary Saturday afternoon, Les Miles gave Steve Spurrier a taste of his own medicine.
“...AND FLYNN IS BACK TO THROW! FOR THE ENDZONE! HOLY! TOUCHDOWN!”
LSU hammered Virginia Tech to make a statement early in 2007.
LSU effectively put college football on notice for 2007 with a beatdown over Notre Dame
Anything Darren McFadden can do, Trindon Holliday can do quicker.
LSU avenges 2005’s heartbreaker with a memorable drive to steal one in Knoxville.
The night LSU ended The U.
The defensive showdown in T-Town.
AKA John Vaughn and the terrible, no good, very bad night.
Looking at LSU’s wild Monday night loss to Tennessee.
Looking back on the dawn of the Les Miles Era through the eye of a hurricane.
WatsonTiger has some memories to share.
In honor of Bill Arnsparger’s passing, let’s remember one of the biggest wins his Tigers picked up in Tiger Stadium.
What if I told you that some things never change?
Looking back at the closest thing the Curley Hallman had to a high point.
Back to when the Golden Age was seeded.
What if I told you that sometimes a first impression doesn’t last?
Remembering one of the last times LSU played a Big 10 squad in the regular season.
Remembering what was the Tigers' first win over Alabama in 11, in Bear Bryant's final season.
And so it ends with a bang AND a wimper for Nick Saban at LSU.
The 2004 regular season ends with a surprising big win over Arkansas.
Remembering an unforgettable night from Alley Broussard in what would be a rather forgettable win over Ole Miss from 2004.
Looking back at LSU's very strange 26-10 win over the Crimson Tide.
Recounting LSU's incredible 2004 rally in the Swamp.
Looking back at an absolute trouncing of Sylvester Croom's first Mississippi State squad.
Remembering a bizarre and heartbreaking defeat on the Plains.
We're back counting down the summer, starting with the wild opening to the 2004 season.
And the Valley Shook closes its summer nostalgia series with LSU's 21-14 win over No. 1 Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl.
The Wednesday WayBack series takes a look at the 2003 SEC championship game between LSU and Georgia.
LSU sticks it to the Pigs to clinch the 2003 SEC West title.
There are about a thousand hot-blooded arguments on both sides on the coming College Football Playoff expansion, from critiques on the number of teams to the idea of Georgia curb stomping Liberty 6...
"Here’s what I’m gonna tell you: We didn’t come here not to be successful. Success for us is going to be the process. The outcomes — I’ve never worried about outcomes. I’ve always been focused on p...