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Louisiana State Roar

By CRM Sports

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Description

The weekly radio show and podcast for LSU Tiger fans.

Customer Reviews

HeLL , HIGH WATER and da FIGHTING TIGERS !! WOO HOO !

Nobody will ever be able to explain to Yankies why 'SATURDAY NIGHT in TIGER STADIUM" is such a MADHOUSE of complete CRAZYNESS that every one who's anyone will sell their gold teeth and first born female daughter for 50 yard line tickets. It makes no sense that grown men and women along with their familys would want to pour "REBEL YELL" all over themselfs and scream like white trash at a Church of Christ tent revival ...... I do not know... I can not see... I can not tell .... all I know is when dem TIGERS get a rolling on dat River ...... HOLY JESUS ! HOLY JESUS ! BOYS YO BETTER RUN !! Cause if they catch YA ! They wwill tear yo to a million pieces of nut in.... Dem LUS TIGERS are REAL MEAN wet or dry ...

Good Information, Too many lame commercials, awful host

First off, let me say Sonny Shipp appears weekly and you would be hard pressed to find anyone else who knows more about LSU sports. He's especially knowlegable in regards to recruiting. The first problem with this podcast is the commercials, which seem to occur about every 3 minutes and is usually the highly annoying ad for Y'all Magazine. Thank you Y'all Magazine for perpetuating the "Southern" stereotype. No other sports-based podcast has near this many commercials, if any, so why is this one special? By far the main problem with this podcast is the host. He knows very little about Tiger athletics and I don't think he knows much about sports in general. He usually wants to talk about the uniforms or similar nonsense. I think he just reads the Advocate before he goes on air and repeats a few quotes from them. What's really unbearable is that he doesn't even keep up the flow of the show, he asks rhetorical questions and then waits for answers! Insane, their are much better podcasts about LSU sports out there. Try College Football Extreme or The Geaux Show.

Sharp, entertaining and informative

Wins the award for the most improved podcast over last year. New cohosts, Derek and Jordy, are sharp and entertaining. Adding T Bob Hebert was inspirational. He adds so much insight to the program. I can feel the highs and lows of the team through his words. He lived it! The only drawback to this podcast are the annoying commercials. One of the great things about podcasts, in addition to the ability to listen at any time, is the lack of ads. The hosts are so good, however, that they transcend the interruption of the long and repetive pitches.
I am a "homie" so I am biased to LSU, but I would put this podcast up against any national podcast, including the Solid Verbal and College Football Today on ESPN, for entertainment, professionalism and information.

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