Happy Mardi Gras: Float Mocks LSU’s Title Game Effort

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Just when LSU fans thought they could start to forget the disaster of January 9, 2012 along comes Mardi Gras.

Yes, that really is Nick Saban holding up a crystal football in a Superman outfit on the back of the float.

And, yes, that really is a large effigy of New Orleans radio ranter Bobby Hebert, who famously went off on Les Miles at the post-game press conference for failing to play Jarrett Lee.

You can see more of the float photos by clicking here, but if you’re an LSU fan you’ll probably pass.

In the meantime, if you didn’t think the LSU-Bama game could get any wilder, wait until Baton Rouge in November.

I can’t wait.

In case you needed help remembering there’s also a fifty yard line part of the float that mocks LSU’s offensive effort.

Meanwhile, in case you’ve forgotten the first question from the post-game press conference, here’s Bobby…

Meanwhile, all this float does is further prove why LSU fans are my favorite in the SEC. They’re truly crazy.

And always drunk.

God bless them each and every one.

And happy mardi gras to all.

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