LSU football is the No. 1 topic of discussion every day on SEC Country’s One Team, One Podcast. Host Carter ‘The Power” Bryant is joined by SEC Country’s Nick Suss to chat about how influential former LSU Tigers are on the current ones, Death Valley’s atmosphere against Auburn, how the Tigers hot defense matches up against Ole Miss and the definitive list of our five favorite standup comedians.
Former LSU Tigers influence
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron is known for his motivation skills. But even Orgeron admitted it was speech given by former Tigers MVP and current Atlanta Falcons linebacker Duke Riley that turned the season around after a soul-crushing loss to Troy.
Numerous current players have raved about their relationships with past players. Bryant says the 2017 Tigers felt ashamed of their mediocre performances and wanted to prove their predecessors they are not an embarrassment of the LSU tradition.
Bryant also shares this influence is partially due to Orgeron’s openness to former players coming to team functions.
LSU’s comeback in all three phases
The Tigers comeback was sensational. Suss shares how LSU was able to pull it off on both sides of the ball.
Shea Patterson vs LSU
The SEC’s best quarterback is arguably Shea Patterson. The Ole Miss gunslinger is a dual-threat quarterback in the mold of Syracuse’s Eric Dungey, who eviscerated LSU a few weeks ago. Suss breaks down how the Tigers match up against Patterson.
The five greatest standups
Suss and Bryant break down the greatest standup comedians. Feel free to rip their correct decisions.
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