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College Football analyst Paul Finebaum appeared on the WJOX radio Monday morning and talked about Ja'Marr Chase's decision to opt-out of the 2020 season.

Finebaum's big takeaway was the amount of talent that LSU has lost since winning the National Championship last year. Per The Spun:

“It seems rather late but it’s understandable because the season is still a few weeks away and maybe he just took a good look and said, ‘What’s the point?’” Finebaum said. “The thing that I’m most took away from Ja’Marr Chase is thinking about that team that we all saw on the second Monday night in January — and what’s gone. I mean, of all the great Nick Saban teams – and he has lost coaches and coordinators and quarterbacks and Heisman winners – I don’t remember any program of significance that has ever lost more than LSU.”
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Bitter Bama boy
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Twenty six significant contributors to last season's team are now gone. Sixteen of them are eligible to play this season -- at least 12 would be starters.
Reply15 months
Sad thing is he actually gets paid to make the most obvious observations. I wish someone would pay me to state the obvious
Reply15 months
Just start a sports podcast, grow your audience, get a few sponsors and you'll be on your way. Just please be better than him and Colen Cowterd
15 months
The little dick with ears said we lost a lot. Did he mention we are still pretty damned loaded?
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We're not as loaded as we think anymore
15 months
Exactly! Has everyone forgot that Marshall was the #1 before he got injured? I guess they forgot about Trey Palmer too! Yeah and McMath!? I guess he ain't no good either right!? What about Arik Gilbert!? Word from camp is he is "As advertised!" But he isn't an immediate impact player right!? Finebaum is an Alabama homer and always will be! So, naturally, he's gonna piss on LSU every chance he gets. He been waiting for LSU to fail for the past year and a half! Bama lost Tua, Ruggs, Jeudy, Diggs, and that's just off the top of my head! To think that LSU isn't still incredibly stacked is ridiculous, bias thinking! Textbook Finebaum!
15 months
Is it possible to agree with Paul?
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It’s like people forget how good LSU is year in and year out. If any program is as primed to compete regardless of the turnover, it’s LSU. Now we can’t replace that amount of production/leadership/experience, but we have plenty of horses to start filling the gaps.
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And well still be good
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This man is obsessed with Saban.
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