shite happens and you lose games you aren't expected to lose.
quote:Does anyone ever question why LSU has the inability to convince elite level talent to stick around? I hate using Alabama as an example: But, C.J. Mosley is clearly ready for the next level. But, he stuck with the program for another year.
You can't blame them for leaving, we just got hit hard by a bunch of Juniors that were ready to play at the next level. Simon and Montgomery, who both could have gone higher given another year, would have been huge helps this year as well.
quote:Nobody on here knows the answer to this. We don't know yet what we have in Jennings, but he'll have a year under his belt which BH won't have. We don't know how good Jennings is but we know he beat out Rivers in the spring, so does that show how good AJ is or how bad Rivers is? I think it's very unlikely that BH comes in a takes the starting job, but I really hope he can come in and at least push AJ in the spring. Can be beneficial for both of them. Making each of them better. Can't wait to get this kid on campus. His confidence to me is what sets him apart. I used to hate when people would talk about swagger but from watching this year, we're missing that. Under Miles we've always had that one or two players that would show more emotion and it would seem tp lift up his teammates. Haven't seen that from anyone this year. We get the JH "bull" in zone celebrations but that would only lift up himself.
Does he threaten AJ for QB1?
Ole Miss always plays LSU hard. It's the players & certain group of fans who overlook them year after year. Honestly, OM should have beat LSU in '12. Thankfully the coaches didn't try to teach him some lifelong lesson by benching him that game.
We don't know how good Jennings is but we know he beat out Rivers in the spring, so does that show how good AJ is or how bad Rivers is?
Elite coaches and programs don't lose that game.