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Saturday’s game was a great win for LSU and a day to forever remember for the LSU family. Coach O had the Tigers running on all cylinders – smart, focused and driven. Our players never blinked and they made us proud. The valley shook and the fans impacted the game from beginning to the very end.
On Saturday, we will return to play under the lights. We will celebrate Homecoming, 125 seasons of LSU football and a team of young men who fight tooth and nail every play for LSU. We all saw what 60 minutes of Death Valley can mean, and I want to encourage our fans to come out early, stay the full game and let the Bulldogs hear us all loud and clear for 60 minutes.
This is the most intimidating place to play football in America. We are Death Valley because of the intensity of our fans and tough style and grit that often characterizes our team. I know we can and will continue the great traditions of Death Valley in a positive way. Our goal is to create a competitive advantage for our team and to inspire our players and each other. Chants and cheers that blatantly offend rather than inspire do not represent what LSU is all about. Be relentless. Be loud. But, I’m asking our fans, and particularly our student section, to keep it clean. We have a diverse group of fans in the stadium and every week we represent the entire LSU family on national television. Let’s represent LSU with the pride and class it deserves.
Looking elsewhere in LSU sports, I want to also congratulate Coach Fran Flory and the volleyball team who have rattled off two big SEC victories in a row. They have faced adversity and fought through it like Tigers. If you’re …