Look, it hasn't been LSU that has avoided Texas over the years. Texas has done everything it can to keep LSU at bay because they already had their hands full with A&M and OU. They still do.
All this Texas big talk is nothing but that. Hell, if Texas wants to pass on Texas kids to come chase a couple in Louisiana then so what? We are already going head to head with Bama at every turn and I don't think LSU is losing that many players to Bama. I suppose Texas thinks that their "brand" is so high and mighty that it is above Bama, UF, UGA, ND, USC and others who are already recruiting against LSU in La.???
Crap, come join in the fray and see what happens. I am already tired of this Longhorn bull shite. Truth be known, they have been overrated in recruiting in the past several years and I think they are never going to dominate Texas like they have in the past. There are too many kids. They can only sign 25 so if they come take a kid out of Louisiana we can come take one from Texas to make up for it.
In the end, before you start crowning yourselves as some powerhouse recruiting machine in Louisiana then come friggin' do it before you run your mouths because as it stands right now Texas and A&M COMBINED haven't done nearly the recruiting job in Louisiana that LSU has done in Texas.
LSU has ALWAYS recruited Texas and will continue to do so. From Y.A. Tittle; Charles Alexander; Alan Faneca; Eric Martin and Harvey Williams all the way up to Ed Paris and Hardeman, LSU is a player in Texas. Plain and simple.
Apparently LSU landing Hardeman, Ed Paris, and looking strong with Tony Brown (his sister is already at LSU) has stirred up our little friends across the Sabine. So what!! In reality Texas is scared and they should be because the SEC is in Texas to stay. So go join the Pac12 or BIG or whatever conference which wants you and your arrogance and Longhorn Network and tell yourselves what a power you are while the football world passes you dumbasses by.
To you Longhorn fans, as Miles would say, "Have a GREAT day!". LOL.
This post was edited on 3/8 at 11:30 am