Tim Williams: 'It was Alabama loud' 

November, 4, 2012
To the surprise of no one, bluechip recruits descended on Tiger Stadium by the dozens for Saturday night's instant classic between LSU and Alabama.

Guys came from as far away as California and North Carolina to see what LSU had to offer, and many big names saw their first game inside Death Valley. This stuff is old hat to defensive end Tim Williams (Baton Rouge, La./LSU Laboratory), however. The No. 28 player in the nation and the No. 4 defensive end for 2013 lives right up the road from campus, and his visit for the Alabama game was his fifth of this season alone.

So you know the atmosphere for the Tigers and Tide was no joke when Williams, who's as well-versed in the LSU experience as one can be, said it blew him away.
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