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re: We Won - BayouCowboy
Actually last night we saw basically ever bounce and close call go against the Tigers and they still won. Perseverance breeds success. But hey, go ahead and lament a win if that makes you feel better....
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re: Les Miles taking the foot off the gas when "victory is achieved." - BayouCowboy
[quote]First drive of second half: either a screen pass or short run, don't remember which. Pass to tight end that's overthrown. Touches his hand but can't bring it down. Pass on cross route over the middle, bad throw incomplete, punt. Can't blame Les here. Second drive: Screen for -1. Fournette...
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re: What would keep fans in the stands? - BayouCowboy
The reality is simple. LSU football has become more of a social event then a venue for football fans. Sure the excitement is great for a few minutes, but our fast food, instant gratification culture can't stay still or focussed long enough to stick it out and support the team. Tailgaiting, part...
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re: Some of you saw a different game - BayouCowboy
For those putting out the false narrative that this is the same team/game please answer this: When was the last time the team converted 44% of their 3rd down plays (50% if the Pocic holding call doesn't bring back a perfect throw)? When was the last time the QB completed 63% of his passes, mad...
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re: So does the Delpit commitment help with recruiting Moses? - BayouCowboy
[quote]At the end of the day, I think it will come down to how well our team plays this season, coupled with how dominant and nasty our defense is under Dave Aranda. That will have more weight on a recruit's decision than anything else IMO. Lucky for us, I think we have a team full of veteran player...
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re: So does the Delpit commitment help with recruiting Moses? - BayouCowboy
[quote]So you asked a question and then answered it yourself in your own post. Nice.[/quote] Actually I didn't. I asked if people thought it would make a "significant" difference and I stated that every little bit helps....
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So does the Delpit commitment help with recruiting Moses? - BayouCowboy
With both playing at IMG, does it it have any significant bearing on Moses' choice? Not sure if it's been discussed. Obviously every little angle helps....
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re: Reasons to be pumped for this season - BayouCowboy
1. Aranda will field a more aggressive defense and generate turnovers (3-4 will alleviate stress of lighter DL play vs Bama and Arky) 2. Special teams can only get better 3. Better, more experienced OL 4. More consistent, disciplined WR play...
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re: D1baseball.com now predicting 5 SEC teams as top 8 national seeds - BayouCowboy
Well Texas Tech just lost their last 2 games 9-4 and 17-4. They may be on the outside looking in now....
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re: Four-star Alabama CB explains why he personally dislikes LSU so much - BayouCowboy
Should've picked Ole Miss. At least he'd get child support. :rotflmao:...
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re: Harris' ability to make plays with his feet - BayouCowboy
As far as scrambling in the pocket I think the concern last season was that his mechanics were already shaky with straight drop back. If his accuracy improves, his greatest asset would be designed roll outs with a run option. With read options the QB is more likely to take a square on hit and I'...
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re: All the signs point to Harris being a great QB - BayouCowboy
I find it bizarre that people on here don't believe Harris can be significantly better. He was a 1st year starter last year as a soph and the OP was right his stats as a 2nd year soph rival Mett's as a 4th yr junior so that offers some hope. I'm pretty sure you all crapped your pants when you we...
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re: This is our year. With three caveats - BayouCowboy
Top Reasons this year will be special: 8. Aranda will have a more aggressive D that pressures the QB and creates turnovers 7. Special Teams can only get better 6. Very few players lost to the draft and many veterans at the skill positions 5. Bama and Ole Miss playing in Tiger stadium 4. ...
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re: Harris a year older, stronger, wiser - BayouCowboy
[quote]You can be an optimist and a realist all the same. Its called being cautiously optimistic. I have eyes too. And I saw a talented kid with a big arm but with certain deficiencies in his game that needed to be overcome. Obvious he did not get any individual tutelage about being a true QB at HS ...
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re: Something feels different.. - BayouCowboy
Really the reason for optimism is Bama lost Henry and their QB to the draft, Arky has a new QB and Ole Miss lost their best defender and their all world WR. We return almost everyone on O and Harris is now a junior in a system he's learned for 2 years and has starting experience. Defensively I k...
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re: Harris a year older, stronger, wiser - BayouCowboy
The thing is we can win most games with Harris doing little other than making a few throws and handing off to LF and Guice. There will be games that we face teams like Bama, Arky and Ole Miss that their D-line can match our O-line and limit the run game and the game falls on Harris to shoulder the ...
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re: THE Fundamental Flaw in Les's Football Philosophy - BayouCowboy
If QB play is poor then there are different ways to assess the problem: 1. Is the offense designed to optimize QB play (his skill set)? 2. Is play calling adjusted when a QB struggles to get him in rhythm. 3. Is the QB being developed properly? 4. Has there been effective recruiting at the...
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re: LSU baseball should never have to rebuild... - BayouCowboy
[quote]Tulane, SELU, ULL, UNO, LaTech and even LSUE have some very talented players from the area and it makes you wonder why they aren't at LSU...[/quote] Right now SELU is averaging 9.5 runs per game and has an ERA of 2.03. Of course their level of competition isn't as high, but it's still impre...
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re: LSU baseball should never have to rebuild... - BayouCowboy
[quote]quote:Serious question. Which college baseball team is the best in the state? Right now, or at the end of the season? Probably Tulane or ULL right now.[/quote] Southeastern is 19-6 right now and has won 13 straight. They also beat Tulane 13-4 earlier this season....
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re: Simple bad luck hurt Harris last year more than anything else - BayouCowboy
I'm on board as having faith that Harris will be much improved and am willing to see the many issues affecting him that were out of his control, but his accuracy on short to intermediate throws needs to drastically improve. Injury or not he's got to do better. He needs to do so many reps that he...
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