Want to Beat LSU Today? Here's How

Razorback ExpatsSenior Analyst IJune 19, 2009

17 Jun 2000: Brad Hawde #26 of the LSU Tiger slaps hands with the band after the Championship Game of the College World Series against the Stanford Cardinals at the Resenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Nebraska. The Tigers defeated the Cardinals 6-5.Mandatory Credit: Andy Lyons  /Allsport

OK, I admit that for 99.9 percent of my life I’ve been about the most apathetic guy around when it comes to college baseball, but I’m officially on the bandwagon now. So, I’m going to dispense some top secret voodoo tips on how we, the humble fans, can help the Hogs beat LSU today. If everyone follows these simple steps all will be well.

1. Watch this video three times, preferably from a north end zone if you have one nearby.

2. Watch this video six times, ideally with a younger brother who occasionally surpasses you and a friend who’s prone to poorly timed mistakes.

3. Chant “WE GOT THAT WOOD” nine times while you hop around in little circles.

So, it’s as easy as that. Go Hogs!

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