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Danny Etling reminds me of.... - chilge1
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re: Any reason in particular that Miles is getting ALL of the heat for this? - chilge1
Sorry, zsav, you're not getting rid of me that easily. :lol: You'll still have to listen to my opinions on who to bring in next. Tom Herman and James Franklin are on the short list, btw....
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re: Any reason in particular that Miles is getting ALL of the heat for this? - chilge1
[quote]It was Les' terrible game plan that got Brandon in the position to do what he did.[/quote] What, specifically, was shite about the game plan? I saw curls, screens, posts, go routes, wheel routes.... Harris missed on many of them. Unfortunately, there is no elixir when your quarterback is ju...
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re: Any reason in particular that Miles is getting ALL of the heat for this? - chilge1
[quote][quote] Your sig quote perfectly explains your general naivety[/quote] He has always been a Miles apologist.[/quote] I actually haven't been on this site much as of late and haven't had much time to change my sig... or post or follow spring training for that matter. First Spring Game I'v...
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re: Any reason in particular that Miles is getting ALL of the heat for this? - chilge1
[quote]This team is too talented to play like they did Saturday. It's all in Les[/quote] I mean, the defense held Wisconsin to under 350 total yards and forced 3 TOs. Fournette accounted for about 180 yards on his own. No egregious special teams errors that we witnessed much of last year. We...
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Any reason in particular that Miles is getting ALL of the heat for this? - chilge1
Consider the following: 1. You are down by 2 with 1:00 left in the game with one timeout remaining. 2. You are two yards outside of your kicker's range. 3. It is first down. As a quarterback, when you take your eyes off your receivers to evade a free rusher, your ONLY thought in this scenari...
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re: The Internal Problem of QB Development - chilge1
[quote]Our QB’s aren’t out there trying to make plays. They’re out there trying not to make mistakes. [/quote] You should re-watch the last play of Saturday's game....
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re: ESPN- Brace yourself: Expect another year of LSU-Les Miles divorce talk - chilge1
[quote]And we've gone 14-10 in the SEC, and 9-9 against the West, the last 3 years. That's what's driving all this.[/quote] What was our conference record from 2008-10? What was our divisional record from 2008-10? What happened in 2011?...
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re: ESPN- Brace yourself: Expect another year of LSU-Les Miles divorce talk - chilge1
[quote]My God it shouldn't have to take experienced 3rd year starting NFL level players at WR and QB (Mett played JUCO for a year) to have a decent passing game.[/quote] It shouldn't, but this is Cam Cameron's background. He's an NFL guy who has worked with professional athletes for years and for...
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re: ESPN- Brace yourself: Expect another year of LSU-Les Miles divorce talk - chilge1
Dillon Gordon, JD Moore, and Vadal Alexander missed time with injury and Brandon Harris played through a sports hernia. Brandon Allen and Chad Kelley were also two of the best QBs in the conference and our defense struggled in coverage all year....
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re: ESPN- Brace yourself: Expect another year of LSU-Les Miles divorce talk - chilge1
To be fair, we never should have been ranked that high to begin with. The only team we played with a pulse the first 7 games was Florida, who had just lost Will Grier for the season. Truth is people got excited about a 7-0 LSU team and jumped the gun before we entered a murderers row schedule on ...
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re: A Time To Kill - chilge1
Yeah, because it's not like the AD was involved or anything......
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re: ESPN- Brace yourself: Expect another year of LSU-Les Miles divorce talk - chilge1
Do you realize how ridiculous it is that you're using three different qualifiers to limit the results? Since 2012, only four of fourteen SEC teams have better than a .600 winning percentage in overall conference play. LSU is one of them....
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re: Quote from Cameron confirms same philosophy. - chilge1
[quote]And who is responsible for recruiting and developing the qbs? [/quote] The quarterbacks coach.......
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re: Harris a year older, stronger, wiser - chilge1
[quote]I'm not denying that age and experience are good things. So we actually don't disagree that much. All I'm saying is that those things aren't REQUIRED for a QB to be productive.[/quote] They're not required if the quarterback is a natural, elite talent. Deshaun Watson was the #1 DTQB in...
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re: Quote from Cameron confirms same philosophy. - chilge1
[quote]We've only had great passing offenses 3 of his 11 years (06, 07, 13). We've had decent/mediocre passing offenses 3 of his (05, 09, 11). That means that three of his better passing offenses were in his first 3 years. Only 3 times in the past 8 years have we had a pass offense that resembled at...
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re: Harris a year older, stronger, wiser - chilge1
Harris will be key to getting LSU's passing offense back on track, but more importantly, Aranda has to fix the defense. In our three losses last year, the defense gave up 30+ in each game. Oh, and special teams..... what a disaster....
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re: THE Fundamental Flaw in Les's Football Philosophy - chilge1
[quote]But that's what they didn't do in the rollout play(s) used as an example. They incorporated plays he couldn't execute 8 games into the '15 season. IOW, there was a disconnect between what we were trying on O and what our QB was capable of.[/quote] Again, if you're 8 games into the season a...
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re: THE Fundamental Flaw in Les's Football Philosophy - chilge1
[quote]So 8 games into the season, we (he) can't execute a simple rollout to his throwing side. Not much to read. Everything's in front of him so it should be an easy play but he botches it 2X. So why do we call plays our QB can't execute? If that's our offense then it doesn't fit him and vice-v...
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re: THE Fundamental Flaw in Les's Football Philosophy - chilge1
[quote]Example: how many of OM's players would've started for us on O in '15? Certainly Treadwell and Tunsil. Evan Engram maybe. So how was their O so much more functional than ours? It wasn't talent. [/quote] Uhm... Chad Kelly?...
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