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Some keys to victory... - Buda
I know most of these are obvious, but I think they will be extra important in this contest: 1) Turnovers. We must not make any and it would be helpful if Bama gave up one or two. Saban's teams don't make a lot of mistakes and yards/scoring will be hard to come by. We can't lose the turnover ba...
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Weary Legs - Buda
I noticed that one of Orgeron's immediate changes was shorter practices. I think Miles was an old-fashioned "work hard" kind of guy. His practices were long and hard. Maybe our guys had weary legs by the time Sat night rolled around. This may sound like a minor thing, but it can have huge effe...
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re: Maybe the scariest thing from last night .... - Buda
Hmmm... seems like Mike Detillier agrees: "Kevin Toliver is getting picked on. Teams have targeted him and he is getting physically pushed around at times. He has a very thin waist and he gets pushed back by bigger, thicker and more physical ends. Personnel change may occur there if Toliver doesn’t ...
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re: Maybe the scariest thing from last night .... - Buda
Yes. It wasn't just last night. he is not big/physical/strong enough to compete when the ball is in the air....
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re: Kevin Tolliver does not impress so far - Buda
Agreed. Not just this game, but since he has been here. He is small and weak and gets out-muscled for the ball a lot by big receivers. When I pointed this out in another post, a poster called me a "football moron." Anyone who understands the game can see that Tolliver is just not physical en...
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re: Maybe the scariest thing from last night .... - Buda
I am always amused by people on this board who think they know football but are clueless, then call others "morons" because they disagree. I stand by my post. Tolliver has consistently lost man-on-man battles for the ball. He is too small and weak to stop physical receivers. Our opponents know...
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Maybe the scariest thing from last night .... - Buda
There were many negatives last night. But what scares me the worst for the rest of the SEC season was the way they found a weak link in our secondary and exploited it. It seemed like Kevin Tolliver was beaten EVERY time in one-on-ones with their receivers who are average at best. Other SEC te...
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re: Opting out of NIT - Disgusting! - Buda
It´s not about us.... ...
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re: Opting out of NIT - Disgusting! - Buda
But ¨chickening out¨ makes them quitters by definition....
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Opting out of NIT - Disgusting! - Buda
Johnny Jones' reputation as a coach/leader was already pretty bad after this season. But deciding not to play in the NIT pushes it over the edge. It's like acting like a big baby who lost the game and says "I'm taking my ball and going home!" This is, in my mind, the ultimate WUSS-OUT and I...
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3 things that killed Miles - Buda
1) Declining # of SEC wins. The SECW has gotten much better across the board ion the last few years. He has refused to adapt. 2) Absolute unwillingness to change what he believes is a winning formula. He's old school and his "line mine up against yours and beat ya because we want it more" app...
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re: Can we stop patting ourselves on the back for doing the right thing? - Buda
"Can we stop patting ourselves on the back for doing the right thing?" Why? Why not recognize and appreciate that the school and the state and the people of Louisiana are handling this issue right? Isn't there enough bad news in the world? I think it's admirable that LSU and the people of Ba...
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So here's a question... - Buda
Jet sweep to Dural. Run it once - goes for 91 yards and TD (called back because of penalty). How do we NOT run it again?...
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For those who don't think underclassmen should leave - Buda
People keep saying they cannot understand why a junior or 3Y Sophomore would leave early. Let me put it to you like this: Suppose you are at LSU majoring in engineering. And you are such a good engineer that, in the middle of your junior year, the best engineering company in the world, or NASA,...
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re: For those saying let Harris start and take his lumps - Buda
There is absolutely ZERO validity to any argument to play a lesser player in order to get him experience. You put the best player on the field- period. You do everything possible to win THIS game. But the only question is: which of these two is the best player today? Harris seems to have the p...
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re: Tight Ends.... - Buda
All good points. But what I'm getting at is hoiw much throwing to a TE can help a young QB. Thet're easy throws that need not be perfect and can be made without much thought. Why not try it - justto getthe QBs some completions?...
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Tack-ul-ing! - Buda
Folks, you can complain all day about the defensive schemes and in-game calls, but my observation is that the main problem is a lack of tackling. This team is very poor at tackling. Is that a coaching problem? Is it youth? Is it lack of strength conditioning? I don't know. But even more than b...
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Tight Ends.... - Buda
Seems to me when you have a QB that is raw and needs some safety-blanket pass plays, you put in a few short passes to big tight ends who can use their bodies to shield a defender and make the catch - even if the ball is not perfectly thrown. Also, tight end quick-release plays develop more quickly ...
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