ESPN.com recently took a survey of college football personalities and who think are the best players and games of all time.
Now it's your turn.
Below, I have placed my picks for all-time. Also, I added my LSU all-time picks.
Go to our TigerRag.com message board and make you picks: http://mb6.scout.com/flsu55929frm1.showMessage?topicID=8391.topic
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QB Danny Wuerrful,
RB Barry Sanders,
WR Josh Reed, LSU
DL Julius Peppers,
LB Lavar Arrington,
DB Charles Woodson,
x-RB Ron Dayne,
x-WR Randy Moss,
Deville's 11 Best
Best Season: 1995,
Best Game: Notre Dame 31,
Biggest Upset: (NR)
Best Bowl Game: 2003 Fiesta Bowl –
Best Fans: No doubt, LSU.
Best Book: "The Fighting Tigers" by Peter Finney. Although its only covers the first 75 years of LSU football, it is by far the most in-depth book I have ever read.
Favorite Player: (3-way Tie) Joe
Montana, Notre Dame. Eddie George,
QB Rohan Davey, 1997-2001
RB Charles Alexander, 1975-78
WR Josh Reed, 2000-03
OL Alan Faneca, 1995-97
DL Anthony McFarland, 1995-98
LB Mike Anderson, 1968-70
DB Tommy Casanova, 1969-71
x-RB Billy Cannon, 1957-59
x-AP Kevin Faulk, 1995-98
x-DE Marcus Spears, 2001-04
x-WR Michael Clayton, 2001-03
Deville's 11 Best
Best Team: 2003: With a 13-1 record and a national title, how could it get any better than this?
Best Season: 1958: Sue the Tigers won the national title in 2003, but the 1958 Tigers went undefeated (11-0) and gave up just 23 points in SEC play.
Best Game: LSU 17, Georgia 10. Some of the old timers might say it was Billy Cannon's Halloween Night run or the "Turn back the clock game" in 1972 or maybe the famed 19-17 loss to No. 1 USC in 1979, but the greatest game ever seen by these eyes was LSU's 7-point win over Georgia en route to a national title. The game featured every kind of emotion you could ever dream of.
Biggest Upset: No. 14 LSU 28, No. 1
Best Bowl Game: 2002 Sugar Bowl – LSU
Best Stadium: Tiger Stadium, of course.
Best Fans: LSU, who else?
Best Uniforms: LSU's home whites. Even ESPN's Chris Fowler thinks so.
Best Book: Again, "The Fighting Tigers"
by Peter Finney. Although its only covers the first 75 years of LSU football, it
is by far the most in-depth book I have ever read. Also, must toss in my friend
Favorite Coach: (Tie) Nick Saban and Paul Dietzel