JJ27 Louisiana Tech Fan Member since Sep 2004 51802 posts
re: Is Cam Robinson favoring the gumps?Posted by JJ27 on 2/21/13 at 11:09 pm to redfieldk717
quote: He's an LSU lean right now
Haven't talked to my guy this week. I've been working 60+ hours the past 2 weeks. He had a blast at Junior Day. It's so close that I'm sure since he was at LSU last he's probably an LSU lean. Honestly, this is one as fans that we really don't need to hang on every word. It'll be back and forth and a war until he signs.
The coach for Bama leaving is a big plus for LSU though. One thing I do want to say is everyone needs to stop saying WM = LSU. It's not like that in this situation. He's going to make the best decision for himself. Not choose a college because the high school he attends.
This is your reasoning, but not the reasoning of a teenager. It is possible some kids may feel more comfortable at another school. These kids do what's best for them based on what they are thinking. Home state fans go nuts when homegrown products choose to leave to state.
quote: This is your reasoning, but not the reasoning of a teenager.
It's not my reasoning, it's objective fact. LSU is one of about 3 or 4 absolutely elite programs that more than any other school in the country. There is no other program that offers more, only ones that offer about the same.
quote: Home state fans go nuts when homegrown products choose to leave to state.
Did you miss the part where I explained why this happens? Why are you repeating this?
snow517 LA-Monroe Fan West Monroe, La Member since Feb 2009 761 posts
re: Is Cam Robinson favoring the gumps?Posted by snow517 on 2/22/13 at 7:58 am to LsuTool
Last year was his first season at WM. He played at Ouachita before that. The move was legal, but my understanding was he wanted to win a championship and apparently had no problem moving across the river to play for your teams most hated rival. Past behavior is a good indicator of future behavior. The ONLY thing LSU has over Bama is his family is only a 3&1/2 hour drive away.