re: What team in college football has a better coaching staff than LSU? (Posted on 9/2/13 at 10:11 pm to Macintosh504)
Nope, and neither can you nor anyone else on here. If anyone without googling can name 5 DB coaches not at LSU, 5 OL coaches not at LSU, 5 LB coaches not at LSU etc., hats off to you. No way of saying who has the best coaching staff other than to look at the team that finishes #1 at the end. And unfortunately that means BAMA right now.
BRAVEHEART LSU Fan Member since Aug 2012 1496 posts Online
re: What team in college football has a better coaching staff than LSU? (Posted on 9/3/13 at 2:02 am to wish i was tebow)
quote: I think LSU has the best coaching staff in the country personally
If we did, then we'd be working on our fourth National Championship in five years. We aint. They are.
L.S.U. OC/DC are two of the best. DL and RB coaches are two of the best. OL coach is above average. TE coach is mediocre. ST coach is mediocre. WR coach is weak. DB coach is unproven but appears to be weak based on one season; certainly not in the league of Ron Cooper.
There is no talent difference on the field between us and them.
PaulT78 Grambling Fan Lake Charles Member since Aug 2013 75 posts
re: What team in college football has a better coaching staff than LSU? (Posted on 9/3/13 at 8:21 am to TrueTigerTale)
I like Miles but He would not have had the success had he went to Michigan. Miles ain't crazy. He enjoys this state fertile recruiting grounds and he knows it. Saban goes and builds prograks and I don't care for Nick but He is miles ahead of any coach. Meyer is a close second. Chavis stands out and Brick stands out but the jury is still out on the rest of this staff. Frank recruits well but that's it. Cooper is missed sorely. I'll wait til after the season before crowning a relative new staff as the best in the country.