I'm going to assume that most LSU fans aren't like you.
They are not, but we do have pissed off, dumb fans like any school.
Robinson has a bright future ahead of him where ever he goes. But the chances of him becoming a true legend of an athlete are better in Louisiana. Alabama already has a shite ton of legends over the decades, plus with Auburn in the state. He would on a long list. While at LSU he could help build his own dynasty in his own state. There is a difference between the two since it has happened before and LSU is undivided in the state. Easily over 80% of all fans in the boot.
Look at Nkemdiche, Tunsil, Treadwell, and the rest. They all said they wanted to build something new.
The chances of LSU winning several national championships over the next few years are pretty damn good. He could increase those chances. Being a part of a potential dynasty in Louisiana would be admired greatly because it hasn't happened here before.
Plus it's easy to see how LSU offensive linemen have progressed recently. Hawkins is a beast now and he could barely play the position a year ago, that's all coaching. Alexander started as a true freshman and did really damn well for most games, even though he was playing out of position at RT. Turner is a beast and started as a RS freshman. Collins has loved his time at LSU and credits the coaches for his development. None of those guys were as college ready as Robinson. Yet Stud/Miles have 4 of the starting linemen all ranked in the top 5 of their positions when they declare for the draft. Those early projections are likely to rise as they play more games
This post was edited on 9/3 at 1:27 am