quote:I don't think 23-4 equals beer.
laugh, clown, laugh. But 27-0 was a real possibility. When you're shooting for champagne but settle for beer, and don't see the difference, you're missing something pretty important about these levels of quality.
He is hurting the program, 23-4 when has the program been any better LMAO
There's the typical Les Miles fanatic.
quote:I think this season as a whole does. I mean the quality of offensive play, specifically. And especially whatever passes as an offensive game plan from game to game. Beer. Not champagne.
I don't think 23-4 equals beer.
23-4 is the best run for the LSU football team since the 60's. Champagne beer whatever u want to call it this is the best run in LSU history with the best coach and recuriter in LSU history.
quote:Again, you only refer to a single losing game, so I'll do the same, what happened against West Virginia on the road last year?
Yes. Most of season 2012. The final two games of last season leading up to 1/9 - versus Arkansas and the SECCG, specifically. It's kind of amazing you're ok with all that when LSU is clearly over-rated all season long and hardly able to maintain its dropping rankings. And why is LSU struggling? Because the LSU offense is so poorly coached that we have red-zone blues and 9 three and outs, 1 yard of offense in 4th qtr... it amazes me you're ok with all that.
quote:So basically what you're saying is there is no good coach. How do you explain Alabama losing at home to LSU you last year. I mean, they were the eventual national champions and they lost at home.
I really like Miles as well but it has become hard to 'reason' everything he does. The treatment of Lee was terrible. The 1/9 gameplan. The terrible coaching jobs in the Bama game and then today.
If weren't 'good enough' then I wouldn't complain but we were capable of winning all these games. Losing today was just tough.
quote:Heck with that, throw in a national championship win! Say it was Saban's team or whatever you want, but most of the complaints here are with Les' coaching ability and he DID coach that season and that game.
Throw a national championship in that run, and you have some champagne mixed in.