How LSU should follow 2019’s national championship: Football Mardi Gras 

Watch as a well-rested, tan, and carefree Ed Orgeron cooks well-seasoned steaks on a smoker during the Mississippi State game and passes them out to fans.

See players fixing plates and blasting music on the bench, happily posting selfies on Instagram during games. Hear “Callin’ Baton Rouge” playing not once or twice during a game, but 20 times. Enjoy a scoreboard tuned to a stream of fishing shows, Dirty South rap videos, and 15 straight minutes of Joe Burrow highlights.

That’s what I want for you in 2020, LSU: a rolling feast for all four quarters of every game, and definitely not a single care in the world about winning the championship again.

Source: How LSU should follow 2019’s national championship: Football Mardi Gras – Banner Society

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