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Tiger in Texas
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re: Last night was a painful blessing in disguise

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not sure BAMA can beat FSU!




windmill
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Prairieville, La
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re: Last night was a painful blessing in disguise
Bama has money, too. Boosters galore who can't get enough of winning.to think he leaves due to Texas outbidding Alabama is just foolish. He's an already Multi NC coach in place-Bama wont let him go over $$


The Real LSU King
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re: Last night was a painful blessing in disguise
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not sure BAMA can beat FSU!


Tell you what. FSU looks bad ass, I think they'll smoke Bama.


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Godfather1
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re: Last night was a painful blessing in disguise
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Bama has money, too. Boosters galore who can't get enough of winning.to think he leaves due to Texas outbidding Alabama is just foolish. He's an already Multi NC coach in place-Bama wont let him go over $$


There's already talk that Texas may double his salary. And UT has the boosters and the want to get back to the top to do it. Don't think for a second that won't give those fatcat Bama boosters pause at the very least.

In an arms race like this, UT annihilates Bama. It's not even close.
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memphis tiger
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Memphis, TN
Member since Feb 2006
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re: Last night was a painful blessing in disguise
There was ni silver lining to last night.

Saban is not leaving and neither is Miles.


LouisianaLonghorn
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re: Last night was a painful blessing in disguise
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Saban is not leaving and neither is Miles.


As has been said numerous times, the Saban/Miles battle is the return of the Bear/Cholly Mack. We all know how that ended and Miles will suffer the same fate. I think that we've gotten about all we can out of Miles. He's not going anywhere next year, and maybe even the year after that, but the handwriting is on the wall. Unfortunately for LSU, it's going to get worse before it gets better.


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