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Bobby Hebert believes he would do a better job coaching LSU’s offense than Les Miles...

“I know this and I actually believe this, and people say ‘oh come on;’ but I know I’ve forgotten more football than Les Miles knows,” he says. “If you could bring me down and call plays and know what you’re doing. I would never make that statement about Sean Payton. Come on, I know. But I know when the defense is doing this and blitzing how are you going to attack it? What you need to do? Like its 3rd-and-10 against Alabama, you’re going to run the option? Come on. You can get away with that against Washington. When you’re playing Alabama and you have 15 NFL players, well so do they. And you got to have some imagination.”
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tigerrose44 - 36 months ago
Although I feel we need an imaginative offensive coordinator who can work within the parameters of Miles" offensive philosophy, Bobby--or Baby as he was called when he QBd the Saints--isn't the one. T-Bob more mature than his dad.
Billy Ray Valentine - 36 months ago
I can't see the problem with those statements.
If you question Miles' offense on TD, you're lambasted b/c "you can't possibly know more than Les Miles, a professional football coach."
When an obvously knowledgeable football mind does the same, he's called a drunk & an idiot.
You do realize he's saying he could do a better job calling plays (not being HC) than the current staff, which perrenially generates a very mediocre offense (AT BEST).

To say Hebert is out of his mind is just pure purple & gold glasses & blind Miles loyalty. Again, he's not saying he would be a better head coach...simply that he would be a better director of the offense. I don't know for certain if he could. But to ridicule him and say he's crazy for thining that is just ludicrous.
peccow206 - 36 months ago
Bobby's a blow hole
lsudjh - 36 months ago
It is always easier to coach the game after it is over.
bdnc - 36 months ago
you have to do more at LSU than call plays, you have to manage 105 players and bobby can’t manage himself
brass2mouth - 36 months ago
Damn it I hate this man.
Martini - 36 months ago
He probably would have called for a Jack and Coke.
musick - 36 months ago
While I like Les a lot, I have a feeling bobby wouldn't have called the warecat on the most pivotal 4th and 1 of the season.
DJTigers - 36 months ago
I used to like bobby when he played for the saints. But i think it,s time for bobby to jus go away!!
NastyTiger - 36 months ago
What a typical drunk
MickeyMouse - 36 months ago
I like a challenge.....Bobby calls it as he sees it nothing wrong with saying he can do better...
Boondock Saint - 36 months ago
Have another drink you fricking lush..........
Martini - 36 months ago
Drink up Booby.
Chris Warner - 36 months ago
Bobby has also forgotten humility, compassion and good sense.
LSUsmartass - 36 months ago
I have no problem with those statements
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