My partner Paul has already introduced the concept. We really are combing through a half century of LSU football history to rate the best games of every singly season since LSU’s first consensus national title in 1958.
While Paul had the pleasure of introducing you to Paul Dietzel, it is my distinct pleasure to introduce a man who is going to feature quite prominently in this feature of the next coming months, one Charles McClendon or as he is more affectionately known, Cholly Mac.
I have written before that Les Miles is the greatest coach in LSU history, but Cholly Mack is probably the most central figure in the program’s history. He was the man who defined the culture, created and preserved traditions, and forged LSU’s reputation as a ferocious defensive team which plays with extreme passion in front of an even more ferocious crowd.

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