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AlwysATgr
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Tell-Tale Sign That Things Have REALLY Changed on O?


I think they will. I think Les has finally hired someone he trusts through-n-through. But for me, I really need to see it demo'd on the field Saturday's in the fall.








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LSUzealot
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re: Tell-Tale Sign That Things Have REALLY Changed on O?


We saw signs of life this year. 400+ yards vs Bama. Scored at will against ole miss. Dominated an above average Washington.

2013 we become more consistent!






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Camp Randall
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re: Tell-Tale Sign That Things Have REALLY Changed on O?


The whiners get back to just bitching about Les' hat or how he talks/claps/wears clothes.





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ForeLSU
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how long has it been since we've seen a drag route? we've been eaten alive by them...I'll do back flips if we add this to the arsenal, (well, not literal back flips)





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Bootycall
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Les is the offensive coordinater and always has been. I can't see it changing. I hope I'm wrong.





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That LSU Guy
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re: Tell-Tale Sign That Things Have REALLY Changed on O?


And another...





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wahoocs
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how long has it been since we've seen a drag route


The first time we had a receiver thrown to outside of his original third of the field was Alabama, I believe.

There may have been one against South Carolina, but not sure if it was completed.

We have been so hamstrung with coordination on offense for so long. I read a quote today in SI where Cameron states that mobility has become a necessity for the QB position.

It will be interesting to see where that takes us and when.






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wahoocs
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Les is the offensive coordinater and always has been. I can't see it changing. I hope I'm wrong.


There will be no more doubting of where the buck stops on offense.

I can promise you that.






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omegaman66
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Les is the offensive coordinater


Who is right me or you? More Les is the coordinator, Les controls everything, Les only wants to run the ball blah blah blah.

That is all wrong. Les has not had a passing game that is the only reason we have not passed more. Les wants a balanced offense... did yall not see LSU this season trying to get the passing game going? Can nobody see that?

Yes we have been a running team because that is the only thing that has been working. If losing to Clemson in part because they threw the ball late in the game when we needed to run clock doesn't help yall see this then I guess it is never going to happen.

I thought our WRs were going to be very good last year. Instead they couldn't hold on to passes. And once they finally did start catching by then the line couldn't keep the pocket from collapsing and the could not pick up the blitz.

You are damn right we were a run first team last year... because our passing game sucked and not because the coaches didn't want to pass.






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Hulkklogan
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someone he trusts through-n-through


Link?






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Mayhawman
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The first time we had a receiver thrown to outside of his original third of the field was Alabama, I believe.
We have been so hamstrung with coordination on offense for so long.
Not sure about this original 1/3 criteria, but '12 LSU threw 25 completions of 25yds or more.
For comparison, '07 LSU had 26 of those.

2012 was a couple OL and a few missed executions away from greatness, not some shitstorm many portray.






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redfish99
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Running the ball out of multiple formations and different personnel groupings. I don't care if we run it 80% of the time,but change that shite up on all down and distances..t





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GeauxLSU94
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2013 we become more consistent!







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Thunder Tiger
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Shep passes!!





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LSUthruNthru
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re: Tell-Tale Sign That Things Have REALLY Changed on O?


Thank you, I am human. Finally someone sees what I'm seeing





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LSUsCRYSTALball
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re: Tell-Tale Sign That Things Have REALLY Changed on O?


of course we need to see it on the field, but this hire makes you think that things are heading in the right direction





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blackjackjackson
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quote:

omegaman66

thanks






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MountainTiger
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re: Tell-Tale Sign That Things Have REALLY Changed on O?


A screen pass to the running back. A play-action pass from the I. A seam route to the TE. Those things would would stand out like a dead nun in a snowbank.


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Powerman
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quote:

Les is the offensive coordinater and always has been.

hmm

quote:

I hope I'm wrong.



Well it helps that you're stupid






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tigabait01
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re: Tell-Tale Sign That Things Have REALLY Changed on O?


When we run plays in both the run and pass game that appear to utilize a scheme of some sort to establish an advantage other than 1 on 1 guys making plays.





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