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Rohan was a beast! Kevin Falk. Mean hasn't recruited or coached a single offensive superstar, not one. Ridley, come on, he plays for the Patriots. Your grandmother could be a star in New England with all the talent they have. Les may have his first with Ware he is a bad bad man.






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Papa Tigah
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Jamarcus Russell





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Macavity92
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what are LSU's most excruciating losses in the last 30 years?


Just picking out the worst and not the entire early 90s...

1982 Tulane 31-28
1986 Miami (Ohio) 21-12
1992 Auburn 30-28
1992 Colo State 17-14
1992 Ole Miss 32-0
1993 T A & M 24-0
1993 Ark 42-24
1994 USM 20-18
1996 Ala 26-0
1997 Ole Miss 31-26
1998 UGA 28-27
1999 Houston 20-7
2000 UAB 13-10
2001 VT 26-8
2002 Ala 31-0
2002 Ark 21-20
2003 UF 19-7
2005 Iowa 30-25
2007 UK 43-37
2007 Ark 50-48
2010 Penn St 19-17
2011 UA 21-0
2012 UF 14-6

Not listing this year's Alabama game. We played great. Sometimes you lose.






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Statestreet
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Still waiting. I see a few players who've developed in the NFL, but no one who was a superstar while at LSU. Shit, even Curly and DiNardo had superstars, and The Brain has been #1 Coachee for quite some time.


This proves that the OP is a f'ing tard.






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EarthwormJim
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So we've resorted to criticizing Miles for not having an offensive player that fits your arbitrary definition of "superstar"?

I mean I guess that's what you have to fall back on.






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HeadCoach
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This place is reaching a critical level of retardation. I'll bet OP has 7 ft fathead LSU teenagers on his wall





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ZereauxSum
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Been a while, hasn't it? Must be a fricking coincidence. Of course it is.


Is it a coincidence that you said "offensive"?

Because I'm sure you remember that we've had one Heisman candidate and another in the national discussion in the past two years.






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LSUfan20005
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I get the point here. But is it even necessary to have a "superstar" to see success, or is it more desirable to have a solid team?

One could easily argue that numerous "superstars" have gained that status due to the fact that most of the team was average, and they received most of the (touches, passes, on-field time, etc.)

Having a wealth of athletes tends to prevent superstars from emerging.



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byubengalboy
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Who was LSU's last superstar offensive player?


superstar equals Heisman. Heisman equals qb's and running backs. Louisiana doesn't produce high profile qb's and the running backs it does produce are big, bruising power backs.

talent wise...JR was the closet thing we have had to being a superstar. and then, of course, there was a kid named Perrilloux who was you basic woulda', coulda', shoulda'.









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GeauxTigerTM
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Who was LSU's last superstar offensive player?


Your complaint is that a program that has rolled out defensive superstar after defensive superstar has not ALSO rolled out prolific offensive stars with gaudy PAC12/Big12 stats?

Definition of never fricking happy...






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Gino giambaluuccaa





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Penrod
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a big part of him getting in trouble was from all the attention he was getting, it was well deserved, just too much to handle for the majority of people, yet alone a 19 year old


Exactly, whodidthat! Now, think about Manzeil.






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Penrod
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what are LSU's most excruciating losses in the last 30 years? Who was coach?


I'll go back to 2000

1. BCSNC - Les Miles
2. UAB - Nick Saban
3. Iowa - Nick Saban
4. Arkansas - Nick Saban (Corey Webster game)
5. Tennessee - Les Miles (Katrina game)






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itig19
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blueboy


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what are LSU's most excruciating losses in the last 30 years? Who was coach? Hmmmm.


UAB, September 23rd, 2000. Nick Saban.

P.S. Please switch fan bases. You clearly will not be happy for the next 7 years. My suggestion is hop on the USC bandwagon with all their "Superstars" on offense who lost 5 games this year.






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Penrod
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Louisiana doesn't produce high profile qb's and the running backs it does produce are big, bruising power backs.


Nah, that's just a recent trend. Marshal Faulk, Warrick Dunn, Joe McKnight.






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RonFNSwanson
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(Posted on 11/29/12 at 12:15 a.m. to BabyTac)


Response by: BabyTac


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BTW, you're an idiot.











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Y.A. Tittle
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Still waiting. I see a few players who've developed in the NFL, but no one who was a superstar while at LSU. Shit, even Curly and DiNardo had superstars, and The Brain has been #1 Coachee for quite some time.


This proves that the OP is a f'ing tard.



Who are we considering Curley's offensive "superstars" versus anyone who has played under Miles?






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Jester
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blueball is a moron.
bblueball is a jackass.
blueball is a tool.






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LSU Groupee
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So we've resorted to criticizing Miles


One thread today claims we have top 5 talent every year and another claims we have no offensive talent that's outstanding.

You negative bunnies need to make up your minds as to what you upset about or just admit the main thing that upsets is Miles is not NS.






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blueboy
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LSU already reached the pinnacle once, in 2007, lest you forget so soon.
No. I remember sitting in the stands watching us lose to Arkansas, believing that by all logic, we were done. Flukes of mathematics =/= brilliant coaching.
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LSU was one clusterfrick away from reaching it a second time, and in the process of getting there put together the greatest season of football LSU has ever played.
Um, yeah. I will remember it differently. And what was under the surface of that BCSCG is the reason for my very rightful despair.
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And with the exception of the rebuilding years in 2008-09
That was my favorite part of your post. Yeah, that's what they were. "Rebuilding years." Gotcha.






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