quote:And conversely, while 10 wins is nice, people are also saying things at LSU could be even better - with some improved coaching on offense (see: real OC), some creative schemes, some better coaching of our skill positions, and just a little bit of tweaking here and there. Stating this does not mean anybody has an inferiority complex. Stating this means somebody's ego is healthy enough to stand against the withering criticisms those who are afraid to state the obvious level at them. Such as what you said to BeeFense5...
People are just saying that things could be much worse and that you shouldn't melt down over 10 win seasons.
quote:The name-calling along these threads is, at best, childish.
You really have an inferiority complex.
So how about this: the fact 5 other teams in the SEC have won at least 11 games* with two of those teams winning 12+ while we won 10.
The SEC has the most 10 wins teams in its conference.
Must be REAL hard to win 10 games in the SEC.
or that LSU played 5 top 20 teams in a row and was the only team besides texas tech to do so.
Did the LSU talent on the field 12-31-12 really look superior to you?
I saw a <50% QB, lethargic routes and late DBs. None of these guys are real matchup headaches for anyone, save maybe Landry and the odd play he isn't overthrown.
Get off your high horse.
Never said LSU's schedule wasn't difficult. But that's not gonna change, so it's going to be hard expect more than 10 wins under Miles from here on out
or any team that would have to play that schedule. you think we lose miles and automatically become undefeated every year?
quote:this is reasonable and what should happen. les can recruit and run special teams and manage the day to day things but he needs a real oc that can develop our talent and call the game by himself.
Wanting him fired is idiotic. Wanting him to hire an OC and let the OC run his offense isn't. Roger says it all the time and I agree 100%....Miles should be the CEO.
I'm just arguing stupid points people are trying to make. I'm sure it's coming off as taking up for Miles, but I'm not. But when you bring up flawed points to try to fit an agenda, it drives me insane.
Either the coaches don't recruit as well as the sunshine pumpers assert, or they don't develop the recruits which leads to poor performance. It all goes back to coaching, fool.
Sure hope you aren't a defense attorney.
Why are you hating on Mett? He played much better over the second half of the season. Given more DEVELOPMENT sooner, he would have been better earlier obviously.
I don't expect LSU to have the best talent every season. But I do expect the Coach to develop and use his recruits in a manner where we don't lose to an underranked ACC opponent or play close games against rent-a-wins like Towson or lesser conference opponents.
Recruit a ridiculously high caliber of athletes then get killed for not turning that talent into 13-0 teams.