The problem with "a win is a win"
1. The Defense must play longer and tired players are more injury prone. I know we did not lose many defensive players for the season, but less hits over the course of a season does a body good.
. The lack of a passing game costs us in the long run by losing recruits. We know about Gunner Keil, Justin Hunter and Mike Davis, but what about the 5 star 6'4" WRs and QBs that don't even consider LSU.
3. Correcting mistakes gets put to the side because "we won" and bad habits are repeated.
quote:Would these be the three we lost?
LSU lead in TOP in all but 3 games this year I think.
quote:I agree with you, but I think that the coaching staff sees lack of execution that needs to be corrected rather than a possible alteration of existing game plan or philosophy on offense, both of which may need to be considered as part of the problem.
I doubt any coaching staff in the country ignores bad habits on game film simply because they won.
Would these be the three we lost?