16th April 2010

2010 LSU Atlanta Crawfish Boil

Get ready for a whole afternoon of fun on Saturday, May 8th at “Bayou Allatoona.”  Please read all the event details below, and then go to ourSECURE ORDER PAGEto reserve your admission and crawfish orders. As always, you need to order your required admission and crawfish in advance. Simply click on Add To Cart and then complete your total order for tickets and crawfish on the shopping cart page.

The 2010 edition will be very much like last year’s boil that so many people raved about.  Your required admission includes a sumptuous Cajun Buffet, live music by Zydefunk (thanks to Duffy Realty of Atlanta for helping make this possible), one free raffle ticket, a live auction, a tailgate area, lawn games and more! Then, order any amount of spicy boiled crawfish in 2 lb. and 4 lb. platter increments.  What a deal!

Submitted by Del Moon

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5th April 2010

Meeting A Football Legend

Merle Schexnaildre

Written By: Tracey Wilson

On Easter Sunday I was at my cousin’s home is St Amant having a great time when two gentleman came over to say hello to my cousin’s husband, and low and behold I was in the presence of Merle Schexnaildre, one of the Chinese Bandits from the 1958 National Championship Team. For me it was a thrill of a life time. I grew up in Baton Rouge and Tiger Stadium. I remember hearing about the Chinese Bandits, Billy Cannon, and Paul Dietzel, like everyone did, but then to meet one of those who was actually part of it, was something you will never forget. Mr. Schexnaildre was wearing his Championship Ring with the L and diamond they were surrounded by Tiger Stadium. For most of my life LSU Sports has been a big part of my life and just to meet someone who made history playing a sport that brings people together to cheer and enjoy the accomplishment was just great. I know I sound like a blushing school girl, but it was a moment you want to remember for a life time. Thank you Merle Schexnaildre and all the Tigers of the 1958 Championship Team. Geaux Tigers!!!!!

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3rd April 2010

Georgia vs LSU – Baseball

Anthony Ranaudo starting pitcher for LSU

Waiting on the First Pitch of the Georgia - LSU Game

The LSU Baseball Team played the first game of a three game series against the Georgia Bulldogs in Alex Box Stadium on April 2, 2010 and defeated the Bulldogs 4 to 3. Trey Watkins and Austin Nola collided and the result was a dislocated elbow for Trey Watkins. He will be out 3 to 4 weeks with the injury. LSU played game two today, April 3, 2010 and lost to Georgia 12 to 6. The Tigers could not get into a groove at the plate. The Tigers also struggled with pitching game. The Bulldogs came out swinging from the very beginning and continued to connect with ball to hit two home runs and scored 12 runs. LSU and Georgia will continue their series on Sunday, April 4, 2010.

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30th March 2010

Bengal Belle Talk

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27th March 2010

LSU Spring Football Game

LSU Football National Championship Flags

Written By: Tracey Wilson

The LSU Football Team held their annual Spring Game on March 27, 2010 and ESPN was there to showcase the Tigers! Jordan Jefferson was not sharp and showed little progress from what I could tell. The brilliance we saw in the Chick-Fil-A bowl in 2008 has not been seen since. He seems timid and not sure of himself. Garrett Lee looked comfortable passing the ball, although he did throw an interception for a pick 6. The offensive line opened up holes that were missing last year and Steven Ridley and Michael Ford ran with authority. Ruben Randell, Russell Sheppard, and Terrance Tolliver all had a good day. Russell Sheppard also played running back and lined up in the Wild Tiger Formation. He is a special player and he shows it every time he touches the ball.

The speed of the defense was like white lightening. It will take a real game to know if what we saw was real, but I was very impressed.Kevin Minter played on both teams and had fourteen tackles. He was all over the field. Kelvin Sheppard did not play due to previous shoulder injury.

There were some minor injuries, but nothing to serious.

All in all the Tigers put on a vanilla show that gave us a glimpse of what is to come in the fall. We have few months until football season starts, but it will pass fast and then we will getting our tailgate menus ready and our outfits planned for the first game. GEAUX TIGERS!!!!

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27th March 2010

Women’s Basketball Team at Coyote Blue

I arrived in Baton Rouge on March 26, 2010 and myself and my mother, Marilyn Duncan Rye, met my son, Taylor Wilson, at Coyote Blue for dinner. We were seated and at the time there was a group of girls sitting not far from us, laughing, talking and having fun. I noticed them and asked my mom if she thought that it was the LSU Women’s Basketball Team? She looked over and said yes it was, about that time that Allison Hightower walked in. All the girls at the table started clapping and cheering. They were taking pictures and I asked them if they wanted me to take a table shot of all of them and I did take the picture for them. Afterwards I approached Allison Hightower and told her how much I have enjoyed watching her play over the last four years. I hope that she will do well in her future endeavors, which will be the WNBA. She is a great player and she will be remember fondly by this blogger.

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