Merry Christmas Tiger Fans!!!

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Earlier this week, I posted a video to get you pumped for Bowl Season. (And yes I capitalized "Bowl Season," because it's that important)

The video above is my favorite Christmas video ever. Give it a look as Christmas Day winds down.

As we draw closer to the Cotton Bowl, expect more posts here on HKT.

Sports Animal 920 -- Radio Appearance (Again!)

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I will join Ross McDaniel on Shawn and Wally at 5:30 CT to talk SEC Bowl Previews. You can listen to the Sports Animal 920 AM on any local Arkansas affiliate or by clicking here for a live stream worldwide. (Worldwide sounds so cool)

Hear my predictions on The Cotton Bowl, Sugar Bowl, BCS National Championship and more!

My appearance yesterday was one of the funnest radio segments ever. In case you haven't figured out, I have plenty to talk about in the wide world of sports. And when "Trey-Day" told me Kobe was better than Jordan I didn't know what to do.

Expect more theatrics on the show today. 

You can follow Shawn and Wally or Ross McDaniel on Twitter.


Tiger Talk -- Wednesday Hot Links

LSU will appeal Ridley's violation
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Big news in the world of LSU football regarding their most productive offensive player. That and more in this edition of Tiger Talk...

LSU running back Stevan Ridley has been ruled academically ineligible for the Cotton Bowl.

Sports by Brooks questions Alabama's renovations of a high school's facilities in preparation for the Capital One Bowl.

ESPN's Diamond Leung says Nicholls State Anatoly Bose's path to Division I college basketball has been quite astonishing. Bose lead Nicholls to an upset victory over LSU earlier this season.

LSU men's basketball looks to end their losing streak versus North Texas tonight in the PMAC.

LSU women's basketball extends their winning streak to five games after a strong second half versus Prairie View A&M last night. My friend and colleague Matt Boudreaux of NBC 33 reporting.

Sports Animal 920 -- Radio Appearance

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Happy Bowl Season Tiger Fans!!!

Tomorrow I will join Ross McDaniel on Shawn and Wally at 6:15 CT to talk SEC Bowl Previews. You can listen to the Sports Animal 920 AM on any local Arkansas affiliate or by clicking here for a live stream worldwide. (Worldwide sounds so cool)

Hear my predictions on The Cotton Bowl, Sugar Bowl, BCS National Championship and more!

You can follow Shawn and Wally or Ross McDaniel on Twitter.

(Video) College Football Images of the Decade

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This. Is. Epic.

Not a better way to start the bowl season than by watching this video.

Peterson Rakes In Postseason Awards

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PP7 carried the LSU offense to begin the year on ST
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LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson has swag, a lucrative professional football future and some serious speed. Peterson was phenominal for the Bayou Bengals this season.

But he now has some serious hardware to show for it.

Peterson was named the SEC Defensive and SEC Special Teams Player of the Year earlier this week. Tonight, he won the Jim Thorpe Award as the nation's best defensive back and also won the Chuck Bednarik Award for the nations best defensive player at the College Football Awards on ESPN.

PP7 was the first defensive back to win the award since Charles Woodson won it in 1997. 

Peterson, who never fails to come up with a great quote, said in his acceptance speech that he knew a Tiger had to win in it. Auburn's Nick Fairley and Clemson's Da'Quan Bowers were the other nominees, both teams playing on teams who's team mascot is a Tiger.

LSU head coach Les Miles was in Orlando to support Peterson at the awards show. Auburn's Cameron Newton also won multiple awards tonight, including the Maxwell Award for the nation's best all-around player.

Hide ya kids, Hide ya wife people, PP7 lived up to his preseason hype.

Crowton Says He Wants to Stay at LSU

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LSU offensive coordinator Gary Crowton expects to finish the last year of his contract at LSU next season.

Recently there have been rumors that Crowton would take the job as head coach of UL-Lafayette. Those rumors have been denied by sources at UL.

Many fans in Baton Rouge want Crowton to be fired after the season. Athletic director Joe Alleva has said decisions made in the offseason about LSU's coaching staff will be made by head coach Les Miles.

Fans have been critical of Crowton's inability to open up the offense and the lack of production from highly touted game breaker Russell Shepard. The offensive coordinator has produced better results with quarterback Jordan Jefferson.
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