LSU Students Love Natty Light

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Oct 25, 2014; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles claps for his team during pre game warm ups on the field prior to kickoff against the Mississippi Rebels at Tiger Stadium. LSU defeated Mississippi 10-7. Mandatory Credit: Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports Getty Images North America

Four LSU students were arrested near Mobile, Alabama after they were pulled over for expired tags and a subsequent search of a trailer they were pulling — never consent to the search boys, never! — turned up 1908 cans of Natty Light, sixty Coronas, five liters of boxed Franza wine — doubtless for the buttchugging — and eight bottles of rum, tequila and whiskey. 

This marks the first time in history that four college guys have gone on a spring break trip and no one was ever going to say, “Dude, I told you we should have gotten more beer.”

At long last we have the answer to one of life’s most momentous questions — what do LSU fans drink with their corndogs?

Natty Light. 

Also, how about the five 12 packs of Corona here? How do you think that happened? My working hypothesis is they were carrying the Corona for someone’s girlfriend. Otherwise how do you explain the decision to go with 1908 cans of Natty Light and then suddenly class it up that much with 60 Coronas? Only possible explanation.

Unfortunately for the four students who consented to the trailer search, they were all underage and they were arrested in south Alabama. Chalk up another last minute win for the Crimson Tide over LSU.  

Welp, that’s one hell of a way to start off a spring break. 

What would you say if your son called you from the Mobile police office and told you that he’d been arrested with 106 18 packs of Natty Light?


The students were headed to Gulf Shores where they were going to have one hell of a party. 

Of course, they might have also been surprised to discover that they also sell Natty Light there. (Even, be still your heart, Natty Ice even.) Making their Smoky and the Bandit run less necessary.

Geaux Tigers. 

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