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Street Hawk
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For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
Is this one of those NFL-like seasons where we hope the team finishes last to get the best pick?

In this case, LSU will be left with no choice, but to hire a new coach if we finish 3-9?

#TankFor:insert-your-fav-coach-name:


Draconian Sanctions
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
Best case is we fire Alleva and bring in someone who knows what they are doing and have them clean this mess up
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DBG
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
#Tank4Frank


7nette
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
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#TankFor:insert-your-fav-coach-name:


Call in sick for Belichick!


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LlyodChristmas
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
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#TankFor:insert-your-fav-coach-name:


Reaux the beauxt!


atltiger6487
Member since May 2011
6129 posts

re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
watch out, because I've been accused of not being a "true fan" if I root for losses, so we can get a shitty coach gone faster.

Near the end, I certainly rooted for Miles to lose, when it became obvious he wasn't the right fit anymore. The same for Johnny Jones.

And I got blasted here for saying that, even though I'd argue that by enduring short term pain, we get better long term gain.

But the Tards on this board think it's NEVER good to root for a loss. Well, as is crystal clear right now, I'd be happy for any result that gets O gone the fastest. And I love the Tigers just as much as they do.


TheDeathValley
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
10-2


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Bestbank Tiger
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
7-5 with a bowl loss.

Idiots in charge probably won't fire Zero or Amoeba this fast. So let's get the extra practice and development and somewhat salvage the 2018 recruiting class, so when we finally get a real coach the climb back to respectability isn't as steep.


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BayouBengals03
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
Alleva is toast no matter what. No slaw extra toast, really.

All the national media guys crushing him and his Orgeron buyout is something he won't overcome. Once he is gone, the new AD will want to hire his own guy, because he will likely be competent and not want a guy like Ed O coaching here.

So, my realistic hope is that we go 7-5 this year and 7-5 next year, and then Orgeron gets fired.


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sweetwaterbilly
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Member since Mar 2017
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
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#Tank4Frank


We ain’t tanking this season just to hire Frank fricking Wilson as our HC. You can Birds Up that shite idea right outta here


caliegeaux
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Member since Aug 2004
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
#beer in belly for chip Kelly
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DBG
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
Chill out

We can #burn4brohm too


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Shooter
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
They turn it around and Ed O learns how to coach!


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Shooter
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Member since Dec 2007
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
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OceanMan
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re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
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Near the end, I certainly rooted for Miles to lose, when it became obvious he wasn't the right fit anymore. The same for Johnny Jones. And I got blasted here for saying that, even though I'd argue that by enduring short term pain, we get better long term gain. But the Tards on this board think it's NEVER good to root for a loss. Well, as is crystal clear right now, I'd be happy for any result that gets O gone the fastest. And I love the Tigers just as much as they do.


Well, that does make you a shitty fan, and it certainly infects the fanbase with negativity. We are having a hangover effect from that right now.

If you truly think that we will lose, it will take care of itself. actively rooting against the team helps absolutely nothing.

For the record I think O already wrote his ticket for a departure in the next 3 years. Probably after next season. He won't love this loss down, and shouldn't.

Eta: the buyout sucks dick and has secured that O will also have a terrible legacy in Louisiana. People are gonna get him for taking a job he had no business doing.
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NotRight37
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Nashville, TN
Member since Jul 2014
5706 posts

re: For long term LSU health, what record should we hope for this year?
Both the DL and OL are short players. LSU doesn't have 5 SEC competent OL now. DL isn't much better!


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