LSU offensive lineman Ethan Pocic spoke with the media after the Florida loss on Saturday and said that Ed Orgeron should receive an extension and be the head coach next year.


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Loved the golden years. They were a good few decades. Now all you hunkies need to make TAF great again.
Reply53 months
TOM. HERMAN. Are you people dense or something?
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Simple Question. Why Tom Herman?
53 months
just a player defending his coach. Players tend to do that, but they don't have to worry about all the other considerations that the administration does when hiring a coach.
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I love Pocic as a player, but what does it matter what he thinks? He's gone to the NFL after this season, regardless of who's coach.
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#neverorgeron #imwithherman
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IF LANE THE OC
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Hell fricking NO.
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Actions speak louder...y'all didn't play like you wanted him to get the job. OL. Talking to you.
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Ed orgeron HAS NEVER ran a successful offense,defense,or program. So yeah lets hire him.
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No. Hell no. Absolutely not...ever.
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What do I think? I think Pocic should quit getting us penalty yards.
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I was at the Florida-LSU game and some fans were calling for coach O's head after the game. Let me say that coaches get too much credit for wins and too much blame for losses. Yesterday, players dropped passes, players mishandled a snap on special teams, players ran the wrong play on 4th and goal, players fumbled the ball inside 10, players fumble on a kickoff, players missed blocking assignments, players missed tackle on 99 yard TD. When you statistically pound Florida 423-270 (take away the 99 yard play and it's under 150) and lose than the players need to look themselves in the mirror and see if they gave their all. I heard the players had a players only talk after the loss, and hopefully took a good look at themselves in the mirror. Players need to earn those scholarships. You can coach them, but you can't play for them.
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This is a great post. The only "fault" I see with Coach O is that I think he lets the players run their mouths too much. The players talked a big talk and then couldn't back it up. They gave Florida plenty of bulletin board material and then got their best effort. Would have been better to just shut up and focus on the game. Nothing wrong with the offensive game plan - over 400 yds. offense.
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What do I think? I think it's bad policy to allow players to hire the coaches. That's what I think?
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Herman
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What scares me is him losing to smu navy and Memphis....
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What scares me is him losing to smu navy and Memphis....
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I say hire coach o and let Scott run the offense
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Well what is Pocic supposed to say to the media?? "We hate Coach O, he needs to go," what is wrong with people? smdh... the media... whatcha gunna do?
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After today's Leslean style offense I SAY HELL NO.. That goal line offensive series of calls is all I needed to see.
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Leslean style offense! I love it! That's some funny shit!
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STFU roger
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If Pocic wanted to keep O, he should have played better. If he wants to write the check for O's head coach salary next year, then hire O. Otherwise, sit down, shut up and let the adults handle this.
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You might get a lot of downvotes for this but I agree
53 months
I think Coach O gave Ensminger too much control on play calling. I see now why Steve has been fired multiple times as o-coordinator.
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You think O knows anything about offensive play calling?
53 months
Yes O should've meddled in the play calling. Sounds great.
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