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He stepped in from his very first game and showed dominance as a defender. His impressive play earned him All-American honors as a junior, and a knee injury early his senior year is the only thing that kept him from being a two-time choice. A thir…
One of the most prolific receivers in SEC history and a two-time All-American, he had 100 or more yards receiving yards in 12 games during his career. He once held the SEC record for receiving yards and ranked among the SEC leaders in three other …
He was LSU's most decorated player in 1987 for his efforts on and off the field. He teamed with Eric Andolsek to anchor a fearsome Tiger offensive line that paved the way for a school record 4,843 offensive yards. Also an excellent student, he was…
In 1775, Bartram noted nearhere a "very large and well cultivated plantation" with a "spacious garden" by the house.
Wm. Bartram, Colonial Naturalistwrote in "Travels" in 1776 onterrain, flora and fauna ofarea surrounding Baton Rouge
Lest We ForgetThe Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878Over 1000 Victims Laid to Rest in Historic Magnolia Cemetery
Baton Rouge 1775: Arriving by boat, Bartram was a guest hereat "a very delightful villa,with extensive plantations."
In 1775, Bartram saw near thissite, "a grand forest; thetrees of the first order inmagnitude and beauty"
A leader on one of the most suffocating defensive units in school history in 1982, he was a big-play maker from his inside linebacker position. He once recorded 21 tackles in a single game. By the time he left LSU, he held school records for most …
His academic prowess surpassed his athletic ability, which was considerable. A member of the self-named "Root Hogs" which cleared the way for many of Charles Alexander's record setting performances, he was named All-American in 1978 and Academic A…
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