ETA: LSU Rolls on…
LSU 44, MTSU 0
As for Mike the Tiger, looks like it’ll be a few more weeks until he makes his debut into Tiger Stadium. Although the big cat is making a smooth transition, LSU’s vet says it’s like puting a10-year old boy in an environment he’s never seen before. The 3-year old Siberian Tiger is some kind of majestic, though. Evidently, he seems to really be enjoying his $4 million habitat right next to Tiger Stadium, as well as the crowds that gather to watch him.
Amazing how such a cute little “kitten” can grow into such a large, ferocious beast…
Now, I just can’t help myself…..GEAUX TIGERS!! Bring on Spurrier.
victim opponent is Middle Tennessee State. While the reigning SunBelt Champions are sure to have been preparing diligently this week, a Saturday night date in Tiger Stadium on a soggy field does not bode well for the Blue Raiders. And, this ain’t Louisville.
I do have to give these MTSU band jocks some props for the cajones, though:
Not quite as dainty as these Southern belles, however.
We’re on Mike the Tiger watch again this week….bring on Roscoe!