Greatest LSU Football Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Louisiana State football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

 2007 National Championship, Third championship
2002 SEC Conference Game, Bluegrass Miracle
1958 Sugar Bowl, Undefeated National Champions
1959 SEC Conference Game, Billy Cannon's run

Rest your pint on history.

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2007 National Championship
Third championship
#2 LSU vs #1 Ohio State
Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA
LSU's 2nd national title in 5 years, it was the pinnacle of LSU's greatest period in their history. Winning this title helped cement LSU as a juggernaut team in this decade, posting a 56-10 record from '03-'07 as well as becoming the first team ever to win 2 BCS national titles

2002 SEC Conference Game
Bluegrass Miracle
#16 LSU vs #NR Kentucky
Commonwealth Stadium, Lexington, KY
“Dash Right 93 Berlin” was the call. The hailmary pass would fall 25 yards short of the endzone, yet in a split second of chaos, it deflected off a Kentucky player’s hand and miraculsyly would fall in the hands of a mid-sprint LSU receiver, taking off for the endzone. The most memorable ending to a game in LSU history.

1958 Sugar Bowl
Undefeated National Champions
#1 LSU vs #12 Clemson
Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, LA
The only touchdown of the 1959 Sugar Bowl, legendary LSU halfback Billy Cannon took a pitch and, rather then run, he threw it to put LSU up 7-0. Finishing off the season atop the polls with a 11-0 record, it is LSU's only perfect season in history.

1959 SEC Conference Game
Billy Cannon's run
#1 LSU vs #3 Ole Miss
Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, LA
If you’ve ever attended an LSU football game, you’ve seen the Billy Cannon run up on the large screen. One of the most memorable plays in LSU history, Heisman-winner Cannon took a punt return through what seemed like the entire Ole Miss team to score the only touchdown of the game against #3 ranked Ole Miss.