I'm not "pro-booing" in any way whatsoever. But for those saying it never helps anything, or at least has some sort of effect, you guys must not have been LSU fans in 2001. The turning point of that season was the TS crowd showering Saban and the LSU coaching staff with boos going into the half against Ole Miss. The boos were in reaction to the very conservative, and frankly miserable play-calling in the first half of that game. The play calling became much more explosive in the 2nd half though LSU ultimately lost. However, the next week against Alabama the offensive philosophy completely changed. You might remember that game, Josh Reed set an SEC record for receieving yards. For the rest of the season, LSU was an aggressive, attacking offense through the air, and went on to win the SEC and Sugar Bowl (scoring 45 in the process).
Again, I'm in no way encouraging booing. But there is no denying that that it had an effect that year
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