LSU football podcast: Les Miles’ 2007 championship team was not his best

LSU football is the No. 1 topic of discussion every day on SEC Country’s  One Team, One Podcast. Host  Carter ‘The Power” Bryant shares why the 2011, not the national championship winning 2007, LSU Tigers was the best team in the Les Miles era. Also, SEC Country’s Nick Suss hopped on to chat about Saturday’s reunion of Miles and Death Valley, how LSU matches up with Auburn and the best baseball video games ever.

2007 LSU Tigers versus 2011

LSU’s 2007 team will be honored in Tiger Stadium on Saturday. There will be multiple members from that historic team in attendance alongside Miles.

Bryant’s favorite LSU team was the 2007 group. However, he believes the 2011 Tigers was the best Miles, and maybe any coach, has ever fielded in Baton Rouge. They beat eight ranked teams and only one was able to stay within single digits. Unfortunately, that team, Alabama, got its revenge in the BCS National Championship Game.

Jared Stidham vs Danny Etling

There is no team hotter in the SEC than Auburn. Quarterback Jared Stidham is a massive reason why, as he’s compiled five touchdowns and no interceptions in the Tigers last three SEC blowout wins. Suss wonders how he will react in a tight game if it is close on Saturday.

Suss also chats the performance of Etling against Florida. He addresses the concerns of him only completing one pass to a wide receiver against the Gators and the potential effectiveness the jet sweep against Auburn.

Backyard Baseball is G.O.A.T

Suss and Bryant argue the greatest baseball video games ever. Enjoy their nerdom.

Have something you want discussed on the podcast? Let us know! Tweet any questions you have to  @CarterThePower. Listen to this episode of One Team, One Podcast below. We also can be followed  on SoundCloud and you can find past episodes  right here.  

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