We’re moving on from the post that started it all (she was so good to us) and starting afresh, because the pictures just keep coming… and once you try to go beyond “UPDATE FOREVER INFINITY,” the word just starts to lose meaning.
So without further adieu, here are the remaining signs going up at the stadium. Looks like we were right about 2004.
And the 2010 moment deemed the most put-it-on-the-stadium iconic? Foot Lauderdale’s Championship chip shot.
Photos by Alex Miller.
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Six Schlitzes says
Fearless and true, Foot Lauderdale. Fearless and true.
Van P in Illinois says
These are replacing the 1998 murals?
Byrum was an amazing, clutch kicker, and deserves lots of praise, but… I just wish Dyer had gotten in on the previous play. A photo of a kick is just not very exciting to me, compared to — for example — a photo of Dyer stretching the ball over the goal line if that had been the final championship-winning play. I would’ve definitely bought a print of that.
Also, I’m a huge fan and went to every game in 2004 (and every game for the last 17 years) but I have no idea what play that 2004 photo represents. Seems kind of a boring photo to me at first glance. Maybe I’m the loner here and just have weird taste, but I miss all the “busy” collages that showed so many more scenes and emotions. Maybe “clean and simple” (and bland) is the new in-thing. haha
The 2004 picture is Courtney Taylor in the LSU game. He had 2 huge catches toward the end of the game.
Okay, if I could edit, I would retract the words “(and bland)” from my comment above as that is stretching it a bit. Regardless, it is exciting to be getting new, more colorful photos on the stadium.
Ahh, thanks Nicholas! Well that was the only truly close game of the season, so I guess that makes sense!
I would have gone with the Ronnie Brown shot of him running over Jason Allen for the ’04 pic, but CT is a good one too.