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Which game was more painful to watch...



LSU v Wisconsin in 2000 (featuring 14 pts scored in the 1st half)

LSU vs UCLA in 2006 (a beat down from jump)



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LSUFANDAY1
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re: Which game was more painful to watch...


bama game in bcs





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Hurricane Mike
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re: Which game was more painful to watch...


They were the same

But watching Jordan Jefferson pretend to be a QB and our coaches shove it down our throat was much worse






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drizztiger
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quote:

LSU vs UCLA in 2006 (a beat down from jump)
This.

Brady was handed a Final Four team, needed a DMitch 3 vs TAMU in 2nd round and... by time the team reached the Final Four, he was clueless.

Brady might as well have pitched a fricking tent on the court.






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DanglingFury
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re: Which game was more painful to watch...


They both sucked balls.





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tigabait01
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re: Which game was more painful to watch...


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Brady was handed a Final Four team


Wow. Sorry to disagree. That team overachieved. NCAA lock, yes. Final Four? No.

The women's middle 3 final fours were "final four" teams. Kentucky last year was a "final four" team. LSU 2006 was a good team, but not a "final four" team as you infer.






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jose canseco
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Brady was handed a Final Four team,


and he took that team to the final four. brady did a good job that year.






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drizztiger
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LSU 2006 was a good team, but not a "final four" team as you infer.

I won't disagree. But Brady was basically handed his best team and shite the bed once they made the Final Four.

Do you agree that LSU was ill-prepared to play UCLA in the Final Four?






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drizztiger
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and he took that team to the final four. brady did a good job that year.
Of course he did.






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TigerBite
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Wow. Sorry to disagree. That team overachieved. NCAA lock, yes. Final Four? No.

The women's middle 3 final fours were "final four" teams. Kentucky last year was a "final four" team. LSU 2006 was a good team, but not a "final four" team as you infer.


Sorry to disagree again, but just because LSU basketball expectations are low and we don't see talented teams very often, that team was no doubt a final four team. Brady did a good job of getting that team to the final four, but made absolutely no in-game adjustments while getting his arse handed to him.

The Wisconsin game was equally painful because that was an extremely talented team that couldn't adjust to the physical ways of Wisconsin and the officials sucked. Brady again made no adjustments and wasted a chance at something special.






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TigerB8
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They were both awful. It was absolutely frustrating to watch them put up points all year in both seasons and then run into a brick wall against both teams. The defense they ran into both years was unbelievably suffocating.





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re: Which game was more painful to watch...


UCLA





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dkreller
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1/9





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1/9/12





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re: Which game was more painful to watch...


not an option





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re: Which game was more painful to watch...


Wisconsin. That defense just brutalized and humiliated LSU.

LSU had already exceeded expectations in 06, so every new game seemed like a bonus.






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Akit1
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They both stunk. I guess Wisconsin? I mean UCLA was up on LSU right out of the gate. LSU rallied to only lose by 13.





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Alt26
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Wow. Sorry to disagree. That team overachieved. NCAA lock, yes. Final Four? No.


This. While good, no one expected a final four run. You're completely full of shite if you say otherwise.

That said, LSU's loss to UCLA was the most dissapointing of any loss in any sport for me. I knew that if we could get past UCLA, we were beating Florida in the third matchup with them. Game one with UF was in Gainesville. Game two was without Thomas. Game three was ours.






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WackyChris
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re: Which game was more painful to watch...


the UCLA and Wisconsin games... I'm guessing they're both basketball games? considering I don't think we've ever played Wisconsin or UCLA in football...





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