LSU Tigers Football's Most Memorable Moments

Halloween Run

In a legendary moment, Billy Cannon's 89-yard punt return against Ole Miss on Halloween night secured a 7-3 victory and the Heisman Trophy for Cannon.

National Championship

LSU claimed the BCS National Championship with a 21-14 victory over Oklahoma, led by quarterback Matt Mauck and coach Nick Saban.

The Bluegrass Miracle

In a dramatic last-second play against Kentucky, quarterback Marcus Randall connected with Devery Henderson for a 75-yard touchdown, securing a 33-30 victory.

Odell Beckham

Odell Beckham Jr.'s one-handed, gravity-defying catch against the University of Georgia became an iconic moment, showcasing exceptional athleticism.

Heisman Season

Quarterback Joe Burrow's record-breaking season culminated in winning the Heisman Trophy, leading LSU to an undefeated season and a National Championship.

Comeback

In a thrilling seven-overtime game against Texas A&M, LSU emerged victorious with a 74-72 score, featuring record-breaking offensive performances.

Run Against Ole Miss

Cannon's 1958 Halloween run, a precursor to his famous 1959 punt return, showcased his exceptional talent and contributed to LSU's success.

SEC Championship

LSU secured its first Southeastern Conference (SEC) Championship, marking a historic milestone in the program's history.

The Earthquake Game

LSU's last-second touchdown against Auburn led to fans' jubilant celebrations, resulting in the recording of an actual seismic event known as "The Earthquake Game."