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Phil2012
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re: LSU DT Anthony Johnson is ready to lead in 2013


With DTs it seems like the 3rd year is the real break-out year...it was the same for Dorsey...so if Freak lives up to his name, this should be his year...if he and Ferguson get the job done, this year will be fun to watch...if not, I don't even want to think about it...lol





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justustm2
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It sure would be nice for a change for some of these would-be world beaters to lead with on-the-field production, as opposed to off-the-field talking...talking is no acceptable substitute for actions. In fact, usually too much talking is a sign that something is missing...I know there's a lot of pressure on some of these top recruits. But they bring a lot of it on themselves by some of their antics. I'm more of an old school guy...show me....then have a few words to say...not the other way 'round. Any body else from Missouri around here? You know, the "show me" state! JMHO


THe guy was answering questions in an interview. Geeze! We have some nut case fans at LSU.






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Phil2012
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re: LSU DT Anthony Johnson is ready to lead in 2013


Too much talk...not enough action on field...bla,bla,bla...get the job done and then talk...





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justustm2
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Too much talk...not enough action on field...bla,bla,bla...get the job done and then talk...


I guess that is why he was picked preseason 1st team SEC DT by the coaches. Not enough action huh? He had enough last year for the coaches to recognize him this year above 26 other starting DTs in the best conference in America. Again, we have some nut case fans.

I am happy your warped standards are not what rules the day. Part of the big billion dollar business of college football is hearing what the participant's thoughts are. They are human, with thoughts, feelings and emotions. Not some inanimate objects in a video game used to satisfy our desires. To be seen and not heard. Placed on a shelf once the game ends until the next game starts. Without them there would be no college football.

I thought it was refreshing that we were allowed to know more about the Freak. He is a personable guy with some other talents besides football. It made me a bigger fan who wishes nothing but the best for him.








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