BY JEFF DUNCAN | SPORTS COLUMNIST
It’s been two years and four months since the LSU Tigers won the 2019 College Football Playoff national championship game.
In some ways, it seems like yesterday.
In others, it feels like eons ago.
A lot has happened in the 28-month span since. A mass exodus of talented players and coaches in the 2020 offseason led to a precipitous fall from grace. The Tigers went from GOATs to also-rans seemingly overnight, and the sudden decline led to a change at the top, where Brian Kelly replaced Ed Orgeron as head coach in November.
But one thing hasn’t changed: Our appreciation for how special...