ATVS looks back at the highs and lows of LSU's past.
The final edition of LSU's summer Wednesday WayBack series looks at one of the most important Tiger Stadium games of the new millennium, with a special preseason reminder to Tiger fans.
And the Valley Shook's Wednesday WayBack series moves into the 2003 season, as the Tigers head west to help end the John Mackovic Era at Arizona with a whimper.
And the Valley Shook's Wednesday Wayback Series takes a look at the Tigers' home win over South Carolina in October, 2002.
And the Valley Shook's Wednesday WayBack series returns, looking at LSU's 2002 SEC opener versus Mississippi State and a young sportswriter's first venture into the visitor's locker room.
And the Valley Shook takes its weekly trip in the way-back machine to the 2002 Nokia Sugar Bowl as LSU took on the Big 10 champion Illinois Illini.
And the Valley Shook takes a look back at the 2001 SEC Championship Game. The day SEC Internet Comedy was born.
Remember the night a kicker got completely embarrassed by a trombone player? Damon Duvall wishes he didn't. And the Valley Shook remembers the 2001 LSU-Auburn game.
And the Valley Shook's Wednesday Walks Down Memory Lane series takes a look back at the wild 2001 shootout between LSU and Arkansas.
And The Valley Shook looks back at possibly the greatest upset in LSU history: 1997 v #1 Florida
Take a look back at one of the best offensive performances in SEC history: Josh Reed catches 19 passes for 293 yards against the Alabama Crimson Tide.
And the Valley Shook's Wednesday Walks Down Memory Lane series takes a look at The 2000 Peach Bowl matchup between LSU and Georgia Tech.
And the Valley Shook takes a look back at LSU breaking Alabama's 31-year winning streak in Death Valley, circa 2000.
And the Valley Shook takes another walk down Tiger Football memory lane, with LSU vs. Tennessee from the 2000 season.
On it's 20th anniversary, ATVS celebrates the beginning of a college baseball dynasty.
And the Valley Shook's Memory Lane series takes a look as LSU and Arkansas close out the 1999 season.
And the Valley Shook's Walks Down Memory Lane series takes a look at LSU-Alabama in 1999.
From LSU: BATON ROUGE, La. – LSU baseball coach Paul Mainieri said Wednesday that Baylor has scheduled a home series this weekend in Waco, Texas, so the Bears will not play in Baton Rouge on Sat...via LSUSportsBy PodKATT