There's a mystique about LSU's Tiger Stadium that's hard to grasp. Discover what it is through interviews with fans and writings of well-known sports figures. Find out what the 25 greatest games played in Death Valley are, including colorful and vivid descriptions told by players, coaches and fans who were present. Revisit LSU football from 1958 to 2012, detailing coaches hired and fired, including the dismal 1990s decade to the 2000-2011 period, when LSU won two national championships. Read about the 2011 SEC champions and what made the team extraordinary, despite losing to Alabama in the BCS National Championship game. Tiger Stadium is both intimidating and intriguing and it's all explained in this colorful account that's loaded with photos bringing the venue alive in a special way.25 Greatest Games: the Ascention of Lsu Football Chet Hilburn. LSUa#39;s Hester ... The crowd went berserk when the PA announcer broke the news that No. 2 Southern California had lost to 41-point underdog Stanford, 24-23. aquot; laquot; ._-a#39;_. a#39;, 1 Ira#39; 1anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Mystique of Tiger Stadium|
|Publisher||:||WestBow Press - 2012-06|