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November 3, 2008, 01:44 PM
Nic Saban is retruning to Baton Rouge to face his old team in Death Valley. It want be the first time he has coached in Death Valley since he left LSU. He coached his Dolphins back in 05 to a win against the Saints in Death Valley, when the dome was tore up by Katrina. LSU fans was acceptable of the fact that Saban has gone on to bigger, and better things. Then January 3, 2007 he left the Dolphins, and accepted the Alabama coaching job. LSU played Alabama in 2007 in Alabama, and was victorious in their run to a title last year. Now Saban's #1 team is coming to Baton Rouge, some coaches stated they will not ride with Saban to Baton Rouge "he'll be on a bus by himself".

The scary thing about #1 Alabama coming in Death Valley is when Saban accepted is job back in the SEC West there was a curse casted on the "Eye of the Tiger". The old Voo-Doo priestees in New Orleans came up to Baton Rouge, and recieved permission from the Athletic Dept. to go through with this. She stood in the middle of the feild in Death Valley, on the Eye of the Tiger. The priestee casted a Voo-Doo spirit curse on Saban that he will never beat another Louisiana team on Louisiana soil again. Which ULM beat BAMA last year in Alabama along with LSU, and on 11-08-08 is Bamas first visit to Louisiana (Death Valley) since the curse was casted on Saban. We will see what the curse is made of.
 
November 13, 2013  12:45 PM ET

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