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While I’m aware the Popeye’s isn’t a perfect representation of real Louisiana cuisine, there’s not much to complain about. Spicy fried chicken, seasoned curly fries, biscuits, dipping sauce, mmmmm…
Oh, right. Football. Sorry.
This year’s LSU squad is similar. The Tigers are irreproachably solid, yet rarely spectacular. Without a superstar quarterback, they’re not the prototypical big time football team, but there’s no glaring flaw to complain about. Jordan Jefferson and Jarrett Lee are adequate enough leading the offense, and the Tyrann “Honey Mustard Badger” Mathieu leads a stout defense. Like Popeye’s, the Tigers are a well-rounded bayou classic.
Just try to say something bad about those fries, I dare you.