I think it's much harder to build a program from the ground
Saban is now in the conversation with some of the greatest college coaches of all time.
quote:Alleva seems very happy to retain LSU's most successful coach ever, but seems he schooled you haters asses pretty good.
Alleva got schooled again.
Yes. I've forgotten more football than you WILL EVER know. You are consumed with offensive stats. Like I said , go cheer for West Virginia. They have a prolific offense. You weren't happy with our 2011 offense , which had the second most PASSING and RUSHING TDS for a season , IN LSU's entire history. When you say, " all of Miles' offenses have sucked."it just shows how ignorant you are to football.
So tell us, which one of the above should we be happy with?
13 win season
quote:There might be two college football fanbases in America who would complain about a season where both of those were true, no matter what else happened in the season (Bama might have some fans as stupid spoiled as the moronic jackoffs we've got on this board).
we did blow people out by 30
quote:Imagine that, you devaluing an LSU season. Losing your projected starter inflates stats?
2011 stats are inflated bc of the Jefferson incident preseason.
quote:Yea, because Lee had such a marvelous game completing 45% 4.5ypa and 98yds.
I truly believe if Jefferson was there from the start, we lose to Oregon and the season is a bust from the get go.
quote:The story is told many ways, but always untruthful and nonfactual by you.
Stats only tell half of the story and don't capture our significant struggles late in the season.
Jefferson's final three regular season games were LSU's most productive games in 2011 for total yards and yards per play. In all three games, LSU gained over 450 yards; LSU had gained over 450 yards only once in the prior nine games. Jefferson had a perfect game passing against Ole Miss, and he passed for over 200 yards against Arkansas. LSU averaged nearly 10 points more per game and nearly doubled the rushing yards when Jefferson started as QB. Jefferson finished the regular season with a passer rating of 163.5, highest among SEC starting QBs.
quote:People remember what they want, and will not acknowledge this.
apparently your memory is getting worse in your old age Peej. Look at the roster Saban had his first couple of years. Saban had about 26 or so players go pro while at LSU....about 3/4s of them were Dinardo recruits. The whole "bare cupboard" myth is just that....a myth. If Dinardo had hired a great DC instead of Lou f'n Tepper i have no doubt that he would've won an NC with those players. Miles stepped in to much worse at OK State and turned it around there
quote:Why don't you acknowledge how they got their mulligan? And also how the teams in front of them this last season had to lose for them to get another shot?
Funny how our best period of football and Bama's best period of football yield different results. They win 3 out of 4 championships
Bama might have some fans as stupid spoiled as the moronic jackoffs we've got on this board).
I truly believe if Jefferson was there from the start, we lose to Oregon and the season is a bust from the get go
Funny how our best period of football and Bama's best period of football yield different results.
They win 3 out of 4 championships
We lose to Clemson.
So you use one season to describe LSU and 4 seasons to describe bama?
If you can't understand that we are in the best period of LSU football these last 10 or 12 years then you are completely insane.
Not sure where I did this.
Not sure where I did this. People claim this is the "golden era" of LSU football. In the past 4 seasons, Bama has won three national championships. LSU, the golden era squad, LOST to Bama, Clemson, and Penn St. and one victory over A&M.
In this golden era, we are 1-3 in bowl games, while Bama has three crystal footballs.
So really? Where is this golden era?
Grow up dude.