Georgia writer looks back at LSU and the past 

You will find a surfeit of viewpoints that Tiger Stadium is among the toughest venues in college football. Some say it is the toughest of all.

There is passion with the fan base, the stadium is relentlessly loud and intimidating. High expectations for the home team are as commonplace as crawfish dinner in the bayous across the state and the purple and gold loyalists show up to do their part in frustrating opponents. There have been some Bulldog vignettes of note, relating to LSU.

Georgia started playing LSU in 1928 and in the early thirties, but the series got traction when Wallace Butts became Georgia’s head coach in 1939.

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