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LSU freshmen Leonard Fournette, Malachi Dupre, and Brandon Harris, along with Coach Miles talk about Harris's performance and the boos heard in Tiger Stadium during the Tigers' 63-7 victory over New Mexico State.

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MaGoo117 months
You boo the refs on a bad call don't you? Well hush then, it's part of the game and turf you play on.
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SoulGlo117 months
A silent crowd makes enough of a statement. Booing your own team is pathetic. I remember telling my section to stfu when they were booing Jamie Howard when I was in high school. Dipshit fans are gonna dipshit. The team does need to play past it, but that shite's embarrassing. It's bad enough that more than half the stadium is fricking gone by halftime 3 games in a row. LSU fans have become entitled just like Bama fans. We might as well paint the tiger eye hounds-tooth. Disgusting.
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Navytiger74117 months
Listening to Fournette's comments really clarifies this issue. He's intimating that our team has to figure out a way to take its own fans out of the fricking game. How shameful.
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GeauxTigerTM117 months
I've never been embarrassed by LSU's football team...win or lose. But I was shockingly embarrassed by LSU's fans on Saturday night. Only other time LSU fans showed their collective asses that bad was in 2008 when, likely the same ones, cheered when Jarret Lee was injured forcing a change to Jordan Jefferson.

Unfortunately, given the tone of many here, this type of boorish behavior seems to be the new norm...so hooray!
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tigerbite2117 months
Well..the fans have a right to express themselves..(always have and always will).....The players and coaches know that...The FANS help far more than hurt....EVERYBODY wants to win....The worst thing is for the fan base to do absolutely nothing....I think its all positive and the only thing to do at that time is YELL...My gosh its a ballgame!!!! .....we gonna need BOTH these QBs before its over.....Harris seems to have the "hot hand" right now...glad Miles is gonna let him keep rolling!!!
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johnnydrama117 months
"Bottom line is it was fricking shameful, just like it was when the fans booed JJ. Absolutely ridiculous and hurts our team far more than the drunktards even realize."

Thank you, LTM! I quoted you because I could only up-vote you once.
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Ohmama117 months
"booing is a part of the game" and "I was booing the coaches, not the player" is crap. If you have to sell your manners when you buy a ticket, you can't afford a ticket. Please stay home.
If you want to boo Miles, pick up the phone and call him on his call-in show. Or better yet, show up and do it in person, rather than being the cowardly sack in the stands.
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Jdixon117 months
Maybe it's just me but booing and chearing is part of game maybe they should grow a pair and get over it and stop being so to worried about hurting someone's FEELINGs in this PC screwed up world.
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Eltegray117 months
I'm sorry but this is on the coaches. I didn't boo but I was yelling me head off about AJ going out for the 4th time after those turn overs. Anyone with a brain could have told you that the stadium was going to erupt if THE COACHES sent AJ back on that field and not BH. The fact that BH came out and torched it makes them look even worse.
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rlebl39117 months
Players can't tell the difference in if you are booing them or the coaches. Simple solution is just don't boo. Booing does nothing but negatively affect the players by killing their confidence.
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tigerbutt117 months
Just wondering who are the two downvotes on BayouBengalBoy's post? Miles and Jennings?
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colors_of_kings117 months
The coaches put AJ in a very unfortunate situation Saturday night. The truth is, all LSU fans want to see all LSU players succeed. The problem is BH rallied our team the game before and did not deserve to sit at the start of the next game. When AJ came out unsuccessful, the fans sentiment for Harris not playing became even stronger. In my eyes, the fans boos were more directed at the injustice of sitting a player who clearly earned the right to start. In my mind, starting BH and sitting AJ would have only helped AJ as this would have given him great motivation to work harder and play from his gut when given another chance. Now AJ has to get through a major lapse in confidence, not only from himself but also the fan base and the public. This is something he should not have to face because he too is very inexperienced not having to even face a road opponent.

AJ needs to sit for now, we will need him down the road and he needs to build his trust for now.
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LSU-MNCBABY117 months
Fans are booing miles, but if fans don't boo they are likely going to communicate their displeasure by simply not going to the games anymore, so be careful what you wish for. An no longer interested fan base is far worse than one that is booing
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tigerbutt117 months
Cheer for praise and Boo for disappointment. Fans aren't just booing the player(s), it's directed more toward the coaching for not recognizing what 100,000 fans see not counting the TV viewers. It's obvious who handles the actual gametime pressure regardless of what happens in practice. JJ and Lee all over again.
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LoveThatMoney117 months
"It's the unsilent majority and the only way for many to feel they get heard!"

What bullshite. Have them hear your voice by not going to the damn game. Sitting there booing a kid who's 19 years old and is having issues with reads or with communication with his receivers. This is the time he needs to work those kinks out. Doing it in front of a home crowd that has his back and understands that we're playing New Mexico State, not Alabama. He could have thrown 5 picks and it would not have mattered. We still would have crushed NMSU because we could run all over them all day.

Bottom line is it was fricking shameful, just like it was when the fans booed JJ. Absolutely ridiculous and hurts our team far more than the drunktards even realize.
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BayouBengalBoy117 months
Brandon Harris is such a positive representative of LSU! And he has GREAT possibilities on the field. Frankly, he is our team's best chance to prevail at AU ... Geaux Tigers!
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ShlikStyck117 months
Directed toward paid coaches that can't see the obvious. I don't condone, but understand. I know why it happens...It's the unsilent majority and the only way for many to feel they get heard! It's a human response...
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