After Tuesday night's 11-5 baseball victory over the Tiguhs, anti-UL sentiment poured out of popular Corndog sports forum TigerDroppings.com  If any doubt remains in your mind about how LSUA&MC@BR fans really feel about UL and its students, click on these links:
    How sad is [sic] ULL fans?
    ULL Jokes 
My favorite quote: "Those sorry ****s should get treated like sassy-mouthed, red-headed stepchildren." Gee Tiguh fans, tell us how you really feel.

The fact of the matter is, no matter how much purple and gold you put on, you are still a UL student, so they still really don't like you.

2. You are a Billboard of Failure

Judging by your purple and gold themed flip flops, basketball shorts, T-shirt, and baseball hat, it seems obvious that you had your heart set on becoming a Corndog. But for one reason or another, you ended up here.

There is no doubt that LSUA&MC@BR is a more expensive school to attend than UL. Their admission standards are a little higher, but not enough to deter most of our students. But instead of embracing the school providing you a top-notch-- and affordable-- education, you still hold on to those Corndog dreams.

I don't know about anyone else, but every time I see one of these walking Tiguh billboards, I think to myself, "Why not just wear an 'I wasn't good enough' sign around your neck?" Sure, you're making it clear that you're not where you want to be.

But you are also basically advertising that you're a failure. 

When you wear purple and gold on campus you aren't rejecting UL. You're rejecting yourself.  I just don't get it.