So the fact that he has been successful his whole career is just based on getting good players? Les has good players on offense and look how that's gone lately. You're an idiot
Lot of argument. I'll try to address them all by responding to this kid's post (even though he called me an ijit
I think Chavis is a wonderful DC. He runs a style of defense that emphasizes agility over power. It's very much the opposite, in that respect, of what Bama does, and I think it's superior because it is more flexible in attacking the wide variety of offenses being run in college football. It's also a style that really suits the kind of athletes we have in Louisiana.
But that's not what this argument is about. It's about talent development. My contention is that there is an insignificant difference in talent development between, for example, Ole Miss and LSU. They are going to lift weights at both programs and, contrary to what some on here think, they're not going to be taught any better at LSU to "not take bad 'angels'"
I hope Chavis stays here a while because he's a very good DC (BTW, I'll still be of that opinion if the Dline gets pushed around next year, as it might). I also think RN should choose his university without regard to talent development. But, hey, maybe that just makes me an ijit.