Best 31 of Lsu quotes - MyQuotes
We threw passes enough that we were prime to catch them and get up to speed. I think we will be fine there.
I grew up knowing a lot about LSU watching them on TV. They were always on TVI had a bunch of friends and family at LSU. It's a cool stadium. I never got to go to it. I heard it's really a special place. It's a big place. It's intimidating. It's loud. We have to play really good there. I'm looking forward to playing there.
We're not anxious to play L.S.U. again.
It was like the Colosseum in Rome and we were the Christians.
They're great kids, great young people, and they fight like hell.
I'maa tell you right now as an experience, dammit, I'm going to enjoy that one as much as I hate to admit it.
I think all of our guys work hard and want to improve. They want answers, and the film will be the answer. The coaches will collect it and get better. I do not think anybody wants a rebuilding year. That's not something that I have ever said.
We have some fast guys out there. It's always fun to compete with each other at practice in the outfield. It's going to be a fun year out there.
Baton Rouge happens to be the worst place in the world for a visiting team. It's like being inside a drum.
Being inside Tiger Stadium is like being on the inside of a drum.
I've always loved empty stadiums, none more than this one. It feels alive when it's packed and now it looks like it's resting, waiting for next week. This building has seen a lot of things. Billy Cannon's punt return, a crowd so loud it registered on the Richter Scale up the street at the geology department. It's as if all that history leaves Tiger Stadium tired and so it needs to recharge until it's time to wake and do it again.
Ryan Baker sustained a penalty of play, and we withheld him from play today based on the rules violation.
Jamie Keehn, our second Australian punter. Again, you have to learn the language. You just can't speak to those guys. You have to know how to speak Australian. ... Australians have a higher voice. When you just speak regular English, it doesn't quite get across. Of course, we've had experience with our Australians, so we're pretty comfortable with adjusting our dialect so that it fits the ability to communicate.
Two reasons I come down here every year: the food and there are multiple guys here every year.
Going to LSU was the right move for me. It taught me to be independent.
Anthony came in and played well. We know that both of our quarterback have the ability to play well so we just have some things we need to improve on as the weeks go on.
LSU would be a good place to stand during a lightning storm.
This is what you should do, let it rest. I'm playing football for LSU. I'm preparing for R-Kansas. I'm preparing for the next game, and the next game after that.
We are going to Baton Rouge and one of the most storied stadiums in the country, a place I can truthfully say is the loudest place I've ever been.
Yeah, we call that mulling around. Okay guys, come on now. What we're going to do early in this game is mull around, okay? And later, we're going call that monkey-off-our-back play.
It was electric. When Death Valley is rocking, it seems as if it might actually take flight. On Saturday, I went back to Baton Rouge to see Alabama barely beat LSU, and was, once again, reminded that Tiger Stadium is the best place in the world to watch a sporting event. ... I'm not sure what it was like to walk into the Coliseum, but I bet it was something like this.
I can tell you there is no finer stadium to play in. The traditions that they place in that stadium like when they announce that it's Saturday night in Death Valley, when the band plays, when that crowd stands and cheers for the Tigers, there is no place like it in America.
I think there are some things that we got accomplished in the last two weeks. Our defending was good and our offensive line took some strides, but we will look at it and analyze it so it will be a long day tomorrow.
What happened there was they were moving the chains and we had the call made. We were really trying to get two plays if we could have rather than use the timeout thereafter.
I am disappointed, but I am realistic too. When you put your defense back on the field repeatedly, the offense needs to do its job and the defense needs to get itself off the field.
I think we are trying to improve for next week. Period. I do not think anybody is thinking about anything else.
I do not know what to think of it. We are working hard and improving and we just need to execute better.
The toughest place to play in the SEC is LSU, Death Valley. The fans there are relentless. They don't stop at all. They keep going.
I wouldn't want to play LSU right now even if I were the Indianapolis Colts.
We're undefeated in regulation.
Just executing better. Getting into plays that help the offense as a whole, knowing our assignments better and just starting off stronger as you know we've struggled to do at times.