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fishen4life
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- high tempo

indifferent
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- new terminology

i like
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- new cadence

indifferent
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- no huddle

as long as its actual no huddle, and not meercat shite
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- more 4 WR sets

i likeee
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- more passes to the RB

and TE's hopefully, this should be great
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- power rushing attack

toss dive needs to go, always loved power running
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- some pistol sets

could live without
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- some true Wildcat plays

still dont know how i feel on this one, if there is a possible passing threat then its successful..
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- new routes

God we needed this more than ever!! we ran such long choppy slow developing routes made me wana
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- will implement a shiftier, change of pace RB

Never hurts to have a legit change of pace back






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fishen4life
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of course all of this would include Miles letting go of his death grip on the playbook and allowing a true OC to call the plays, not an ex lineman





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PEABODY32
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elprez00
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re: What I've learned so far about the offense...


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I would wish for more use of the TE in passing situations

God I hope so. We've had some solid pass catching TE's in the past, but not in the last two years.

I just can't help but be excited.






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elprez00
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Member since Sep 2011
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re: What I've learned so far about the offense...


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of course all of this would include Miles letting go of his death grip on the playbook and allowing a true OC to call the plays, not an ex lineman


I've said this before: you don't get Cam Cameron to come be your OC to run toss dive-toss dive-qb option- punt. I don't know if he has his sights on returning to the NFL, but a turd uncreative offense with LSU's talent aint exactly going to get many NFL teams excited.

I truly believe you are going to see a much more well rounded attack.






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ForeLSU
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re: What I've learned so far about the offense...


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I would wish for more use of the TE in passing situations


the fans' top solutions to all things football, blitz and throw to the TE more...






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BRAVEHEART
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Correction, nothing has been learned until we see this "new offense" in an actual game. Right now it's all just hype to me
Until we see this offense in multiple SEC games.






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THEdeathvalley
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You've learned nothing.





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cajunjj
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If only Les lets Cam run the offense!





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Thoreau
Member since Aug 2012
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If we have even an average SEC offense this year I will be very pleased with Cam.

He inherited a mess of an offense, which is unacceptable considering our level of talent.

It is hard to change a culture, to tear down the old and rebuild it upon a solid foundation....but that is what will be required of Cam.

If he pulls it off, look out in a few years.



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Thoreau
Member since Aug 2012
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If you folks want to read about how Tony Dungy turned around Tampa Bay there is a Chapter in "The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg describing his method.

He used the latest science on psychology and turned around what was a terrible defense using mostly the same players by changing their reactions to stimuli on the field.....he changed their habit loops and broke their tendencies - a VERY hard thing to do.

Unbelievable story!!!!






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LSUNV
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That sums it up






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Tiger79
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I do believe Cam is the one person Miles will actually trust to run the offense and not meddle with it.

We'll still have to wait and see ...LSU better come out guns blazing earlyin the season, and hope we can notch Florida in Death Valley.






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ATLTiger
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re: What I've learned so far about the offense...


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the fans' top solutions to all things football, blitz and throw to the TE more...



actually it's

blitz
throw deep
man coverage instead of zone
throw to the TEs and/or RBs (whichever your team doesn't do enough of)






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MetryTyger
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I sort of favor the pitch to FB to the short side on 4th and 87.

j/k

What I hope Cam does also is to get Rivers, Jennings and Rettig some meaningful experience and playing time if possibe, because if everything goes right recruiting-wise - LSU is going to be so fricking stacked with skill people in '14,'15, and '16 it will be frightening.






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diehardfan
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We'll see





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KennesawTiger
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What I hope Cam does also is to get Rivers, Jennings and Rettig some meaningful experience and playing time if possibe


What is it with LSU fans' obsession with getting so much playing time for the backup QB's?






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MountainTiger
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Member since Dec 2008
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re: What I've learned so far about the offense...


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Time to fap?

Close. When you hear the words "halfback screen pass" then it will be time to grab the lotion.






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MountainTiger
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What is it with LSU fans' obsession with getting so much playing time for the backup QB's?

Because Mett might have come into last season in better form if he had gotten some meaningful playing time in 2011.

Lee might have been able to contribute in the NCG if he had gotten some meaningful playing time after the Bama game.






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fishen4life
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What is it with LSU fans' obsession with getting so much playing time for the backup QB's?


THANKYOU it's ridiculous and embarrassing the amount of ignorance some fans display idk how that person had the balls to seriously post that






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