as far as UF and Auburn defenses go, were they too strong and not have enough weaknesses for us to exploit? not one?
I would say they've had more talent on offense during those years...Mallet/Wilson >>> Lee/Jefferson.
Saban and Jimbo had how much influence?
quote:by taking an NFL job?
Seems Saban bowed out meekly
quote:Except we basically ran Jimbo's O in 2007.
Jimbo's O sucks hind teat to '07 and '11 in scoring O.
Asked if he's ever had as talented an offense at his disposal before, Crowton hesitated before replying, "Let's just say I'm happy with what I've got." LSU retained the same base offense it ran under Fisher, but Crowton, a spread-offense practitioner, has added his own influence, primarily the extensive use of the shotgun, in which Flynn seemed to flourish.
"Some guys are only comfortable in one or the other," said Crowton. "That's been the nice thing with Matt, he's comfortable in both -- under center or the shotgun -- which gives us versatility."
quote:talent wise? No.
quote:Again, not talent-wise. . .but definitely performance-wise.
. mullen doesn't have talent because he can't recruit for shit
When we keep underachieving
Les is 2-3 against Arkansas with Bobby P
I thought BP was at Ark. 4 yrs.
But breaking down the opposing D isn't Les' deal...he's certainly not the only coach that doesn't do that though, Mike Leach has said he just worries about running his offense and not what the other team does on defense.
O yea your right. That other loss was against Houston Nutt. My bad. Thanks for showing me that. Proves my point even more.
quote:We became a better running team in 07.
So Crowton/Flynn/Doucet/Byrd executed Fisher's offense better than Fisher/Russell/Bowe/Davis...
Even teams that don't match up physically with us have managed to use scheme to their advantage over the years.
especially considering that scrub backfield of McFadden, Jones and Hillis at the time...wonder what those bums are doing these days