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Neal Brown’s Trojans Crash LSU’s Homecoming

Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

Former UK offensive coordinator and Kentucky native Neal Brown led his Troy Trojans into Death Valley last night for LSU’s Homecoming, and despite a plethora of statistics that would’ve predicted otherwise, they pulled together a 24-21 win.

LSU entered Saturday’s contest against Troy 16-0 all-time against Sun Belt teams and winners of 49 consecutive non-conference home games – the nation’s longest streak that dated to 2000.

It left the game 16-1 and without a streak, falling 24-21, which won’t make things easy for coach Ed Orgeron.

“What a special night,” Troy coach Neal Brown said in a postgame, on-field interview with ESPN. “To come out on this stage and for our kids to compete for four quarters is really special.”

It’s also the Trojans’ second win against a Southeastern Conference school. They won 21-9 at Mississippi State in 2001.

[USA Today]

Brown couldn’t contain himself in the postgame locker room.

But he wasn’t the only one.

That is weeping willow levels of shade, right there.

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8 Comments for Neal Brown’s Trojans Crash LSU’s Homecoming



  1. USMC5150
    11:07 am October 1, 2017 Permalink

    So happy for Neal Brown and his continued success!



  2. BluKudzu
    11:11 am October 1, 2017 Permalink

    Yeah, but can he beat Florida?



    • catsarerunnin
      11:18 am October 1, 2017 Permalink

      Or many others.



    • binarysolo
      1:39 pm October 1, 2017 Permalink

      Could we beat LSU in Baton Rouge though? :-/



    • Eazy
      10:19 am October 2, 2017 Permalink

      We won there with Couch. Beat them last time they were in Lex, too.



  3. dbookno1
    11:20 am October 1, 2017 Permalink

    Freddie called it!



  4. jzoneblue
    3:19 pm October 1, 2017 Permalink

    i wonder if given time and personnel, neal would have given UK the offence we all thought when hired. this is why we have to give the coaches some leeway.



  5. krautdog
    3:37 pm October 1, 2017 Permalink

    I think Brown was wanting out because Stoops kept meddling with the offense and his play calling.