Bayou Brew 10/20: Night Vision

Today, we're gearing up for another Saturday Night in Death Valley, last call for bats, and Angel's big week.

Good morning. Let’s have some fun on this Friday! What’s your dream car? Check out the baseball team’s answers!

What did we pour into today's Brew?

🏈 Saturday Night in Death Valley
⚾️ One last chance for history
🐯 And much, much more!

Hearing Voices. On this week's edition of Hearing Voices, Chris Blair travels to West Point to visit with Rich DeMarco, the Voice of the Black Knights, to talk broadcasting and preview Saturday's contest with Army in Tiger Stadium.

Hey Fightin’ Podcast. Victory for LSU! Jacob Hester and Matt Flynn are back to recap a complete win over Auburn on Saturday night, featuring 563 yards of total offense and a defensive performance that should encourage. Plus, a look ahead at a historic matchup this weekend as the Tigers host Army for the first time ever inside Death Valley.

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🔼 Night Vision. The Tigers are taking on Army tomorrow night for the first time since 1931! We were graced with another Saturday Night in Death Valley with a 6:30pm kickoff time on the SEC Network. It’s also Homecoming and the King and Queen will be announced at halftime. Did you see those camo end zones? Tickets are available here.

🔼 Power Through. The Bayou Barbie is looking for more hardware! Angel Reese was just named to the Katherine McClain Award Preseason Watchlist as one of the best power forwards in the country. Last season, she set the NCAA record with 34 double-doubles after starting the season with 23-straight. She also set SEC records in rebounds, free throws made, and free throw attempts. She’s the third LSU player to be named to a watchlist just this week. She also became the first major college athlete ambassador for Reebok under President Shaq, she’s had a pretty solid week!

🔼 Professionalism. Let’s talk about Aaron Nola’s NLCS Game Two performance a few nights ago! He dropped his 2023 postseason ERA to 0.96 and struck out 7 batters in 6 innings, allowing zero runs. Another Pro Tiger that deserves kudos is Alex Bregman. He was named a 2023 Rawlings Gold Glove Award Finalist as an American League Third Baseman.

🔼  Last Call. Today is the last day to purchase an LSU Marucci 2023 National Championship bat! Don’t miss out on this piece of history. Your purchase supports LSU Baseball’s NIL Program through Bayou Traditions. Come out to The Box today at 2:30pm and Sunday at 3:30pm for some fall ball action with the 2024 team!


Today’s trivia question…

Angel Reese scored 830 points last season, good for the third-most points in a single season in the LSU record book.

Do you know who is at the top of the list?

Think you got it? Scroll to the bottom of this email for the answer. 


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Friday 10/20

🎾 Men’s Tennis at Cajun Classic

🥎 Softball vs. Co-Lin CC @ 5:00pm

⚾️ Baseball Scrimmage @ 2:30pm

Saturday 10/21

🎾 Men’s Tennis at Cajun Classic

🏐 Beach Volleyball at Coconut Beach Fall Competition

🏐 Beach Volleyball at p1440

🏈 Football vs. Army @ 6:30pm | SEC Network | Tickets 

Sunday 10/22

🏐 Volleyball at Alabama @ 1:00pm | SEC Network+

⚾️ Baseball Scrimmage @ 3:30pm

⚽️ Soccer at Auburn @ 4:00pm | SEC Network


Answer: Maree Jackson

Maree Jackson sits at 1 and 2 on the list for points scored in a single season.

🐯 Have a great weekend, y'all!