" Why I that did love Caesar when I struck him. " -The Act III Scene 1
"Revenge! About! Seed! Burn! Fire! Kill! Slay! Let not a traitor live! - Act III Scene 2
" Caesar now be still." - Act 5 Scene 5
In this act the conspirators all stab Caesar. Caesar is surprised that his loyal friend Brutus is among the murders . Brutus loved Caesar but felt he needed to be killed for the greater good of Rome. This illustration demonstrates when Nick Saban killed the LSU fan base and program by leaving for arrival team. Coach Saban claimed to love and never want to leave LSU. As in Caesar the murders motive was for personal gains .
In this act Mark Antony is able to persuade the crowd with his powerful funeral speech to follow him rather than the conspirators. In the illustration Joe Burrow is able to lead the LSU fan base by his power skills. They are determined to defeat Saban.
In this Act Brutus dies by running into his own knife being held by his servant. Mark Antony respects him as a person but is clearly the winner. In this illustration LSU Tigers fan base have trampled over Nick Saban. The ghost of Saban leaving them in the dust has been extinguished by this victory. Unlike Brutus Saban did not except this defeat peacefully.