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  1. Yeah, becuase Mississippi having more players on Super Bowl rosters than California this year and LSU football go hand in hand.. I don't think you could possibly be any dumber if you tried, slim! I'm sure you will give it a try though.
  2. Picked up a huge commit from Louisiana tonight and I saw he has 2 committed from Valdosta, GA also. Hmmm....
  3. The topic wasn't about LSU either, dimwitty...... Sheesh at you people.........have you met woodyson from Arizona?
  4. I'm convinced you don't know the definition of history...
  5. Little down this year, is CEH out for sure? 2022 and 2021 were very strong. 👇 I really don't think you want this smoke.........I'll just do the last 2 years below the link.. Georgia and LSU will continue their longest-active current streak of sending players to the Super Bowl. They are pursuing the longest such streak ever recorded in NFL history. The record is currently held by the Nebraska Cornhuskers, who did so for 26 consecutive years. https://www.sportskeeda.com/nfl/georgia-lsu-s-impressive-super-bowl-streak-still-marvel-heading-super-bowl-57 2021 Super Bowl LV Leonard Fournette * Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cyril Grayson # * Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kevin Minter * Tampa Bay Buccaneers Devin White * Tampa Bay Buccaneers Clyde Edwards-Helaire Kansas City Chiefs Tyrann Mathieu Kansas City Chiefs Darrel Williams Kansas City Chiefs 2022 Super Bowl LVI Joe Burrow Cincinnati Bengals Ja’Marr Chase Cincinnati Bengals Thaddeus Moss #^ Cincinnati Bengals Tyler Shelvin Cincinnati Bengals Odell Beckham Jr. * Los Angeles Rams Andrew Whitworth * Los Angeles
  6. That's SO much history Mississippi is even laughing at you right now. Just stop, woodyson...
  7. Desperation has finally murdered woodyson.
  8. The Bayou chipping in with 5 this year...... https://www.wafb.com/2023/01/30/5-louisiana-footballers-vying-super-bowl-lvii-ring/
  9. You are a nonfactor like your state.....accept it and move on. End your pain of having to come up with "angles and bullshit". just to be in the conversation.
  10. Mississippi has the most players on this year's Super Bowl rosters..... i think Louisiana has 4 this year.....good for Mississippi. Then there is Ariizona with > I believe ZERO. Eight native-born Mississippians dot the rosters of the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs, who will play Feb. 12 in Glendale, Ariz. Texas, Georgia and Ohio all tie for second in representation in this year's Super Bowl with seven players each.
  11. Who are the other 4? 👇 https://www.si.com/fannation/college/cfb-hq/ncaa-football/super-bowl-devonta-smith-college-football-nfl-history Tony Dorsett: The legendary running back won the national championship at Pittsburgh in the 1976 season, rushing for 2,150 yards and 22 touchdowns, the same year he won the Heisman Trophy. The No. 2 overall draft pick to Dallas the next year, Dorsett went on to win Super Bowl XII with the Cowboys in 1977 while rushing for over 1,000 yards and earning Rookie of the Year honors. Marcus Allen: The former running back was on a national championship team at USC in the 1978 football season, one that is recognized by the Coaches Poll, when he was backup to Heisman running back Charles White. Allen then won the Heisman himself in the 1981 season after rushing for a career-high 2,342 yards and 22 touchdowns. He went on to win Super Bowl XVIII with the Los Angeles Raiders after the 1983 season, defeating the Redskins, 38-9. Charles Woodson: The cornerback won the Heisman Trophy as a rare defensive honoree in 1997, the same year he and Michigan won a share of the national championship. Woodson won Super Bowl XLV as a member of the Green Bay Packers and finished his Hall of Fame career in a three-way tie for the most defensive touchdowns in NFL history. Reggie Bush: Yes, we are counting Bush as a Heisman Trophy winner for these purposes after his 1,740 yard performance in the 2005 season resulted in him winning the award on merit according to the vote. USC won a share of the national championship in 2003 — AP voters broke with the BCS despite LSU winning the designated title game and named the Trojans the No. 1 team in the country — and in 2004, and then Bush won Super Bowl XLIV with New Orleans in 2009.
  12. The Slim Reaper!...... He's been a little bit overshadowed by Louisiana's JaMarr Chase, but the Slim Reaper was definitely worth the first round pick. 'Smith is trying to make history as the fifth player to win the Heisman, a National Championship, and a Super Bowl. Coming out of Amite High School in Amite, Louisiana as a five star prospect, the “Slim Reaper” lived up to the hype winning the Heisman Trophy, setting seven school records, and being a two time National Champion as one of the greatest players to ever play for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Now, he is a top receiver and one of the best offensive players for the Eagles after having 95 catches for 1,196 yards and seven touchdowns."
  13. PS, cactus: when Arizona has a list you can shit on somebody else's list. Why doesn't Arizona have a list???....that's the more important question and take.
  14. No one tried to build anything, cactus brain. Woodley is on the list however good or bad he was. My list was factual and was also mentioned by MaxPreps who also posted the same exact thing...... sorry that upsets you so much. These Texas QBs can thank Louisiana's Doug Williams for breaking that barrier and myth that a black QB cannot win a Super Bowl. In fact they should pay homage to Doug Williams. And then there's Arizona and you. Nothing but zeros.
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