Alabama Vs. LSU Hype Videos: The SEC Internet's Art Contest Of The Year

Every LSU-Alabama hype video, whether home-crafted or macrobrewed, has to hit the same notes at some point. Trent Richardson dismantling that Ole Miss cornerback, Sam Montgomery pointing to two of the earth's four corners, and Les Miles holding back a wave of Tigers (college football's best entrance, IMHO).

After that, it's the mass art project most likely to get the Southeast's creativity flowing.

The SEC's official trailer is sufficiently badass, both in production value and pacing, as well as for giving punter Brad Wing's penalized taunt against Florida the black-and-white, still-frame treatment:

ESPN's might be the best. For all the complaints that can be raised against the Texaswide Leader/Big East Commissioner, nobody does montages better. It's an important skill.

This LSU-centric number crafts a compelling narrative based on BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM:

While that one works around a Vince Lombardi quote, this Bama-friendly piece is based around pretty much everything. If it's ever made anybody want to LIFT WEIGHTS HARD, it's in here:

This next one might be the best of the homemade efforts, even though its first two acts appear to just be bolted together from other videos and supplemented with more BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM. Here we have a pretty clear storyline, one designed to tap into the most powerful force on earth: an Alabama fan's rage.

Most BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM-per-minute, however, goes to this rendition right here:

Of course, kinda think this is all you really need:

For more on the game of the century of the year, visit Alabama blog Roll Bama Roll and LSU blog And The Valley Shook.

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