quote:Stop me if you've heard this one, but the dude's about to play for his 3rd in 4. Sorry, Mickey.
Saban lost minimum 3 games per year, except for 03 season. Most of these dumb fricks still hail him as the greatest we ever had..
No. I remember sitting in the stands watching us lose to Arkansas, believing that by all logic, we were done. Flukes of mathematics =/= brilliant coaching.
quote:Dalton HIlliard, Marshall Faulk, Kevin Faulk and Johnny Hector say hi.
Louisiana doesn't produce high profile qb's and the running backs it does produce are big, bruising power backs.
quote:I don't watch this game so I can watch RB's run between the tackles every down. I don't care how good at it they are. Sometimes, that's the hand you're dealt, sometimes not, but Miles clearly prefers it that way. As a result, LSU's offense is a perennial joke. That's the point. It's not the hand he's dealt. He wants it this way.
I get the point here. But is it even necessary to have a "superstar" to see success, or is it more desirable to have a solid team?
I don't watch this game so I can watch RB's run between the tackles every down.
quote:Even Curly had Eddie. Don't get me wrong. Miles is leaps and bounds better than Curly, but his offenses have no passion, no spark and little complexity. The talent is good enough to produce winning seasons, but eventually, the system fails.
Who are we considering Curley's offensive "superstars"
quote:Wow, '09, huh? What an eternity it's been.
Yet he hasnt won the sec since 09.
Even Curly had Eddie
quote:The precedent? Not sure what you're asking.
What is the precedent
quote:Um, how 'bout 21-0 because you're the kinda guy who calls fullback dives on 3rd and 4 with all of the 4th quarter left and refuses to yank your obviously compromised retard quarterback.
quote:Not what I'm getting at. It's too predictable. Again, the superior talent will garner winning seasons, but the predictability leads to critical losses and near losses to greatly inferior teams.
that has "failed" after 8 years of success
quote:He played for shitty teams, as did Todd Kinchen. Neither was going to put up huge numbers, but both were electrifying players. Do you disagree with that.
Jesus in Eddie Kennison's best season he had less than 800 yards receiving.
He played for shitty teams, as did Todd Kinchen. Neither was going to put up huge numbers, but both were electrifying players. Do you disagree with that.