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tigergirl1041 months
I can’t imagine being him, and knowing people all across Louisiana are pissed at my performance today. Lol
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Tigerfan23541 months
If that’s the best he has then o my this is gonna be a long season.
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cypresstiger41 months
I sincerely feel bad for him if that was the best he could do.
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bayoujack41 months
This guy doesn’t cut the mustard! I don’t feel bad for him at all! Been on the scene for 4 years and that’s the best you’ve got! ????NEXXTT
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AugieDog41 months
BJ ...if the protection isn’t there it’s not his fault and the young receivers had alligator hands ...I was a pitiful showing across the board
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LSUTiger202041 months
Yeah in his 4th year, you should look a hell of lot more competent than that and quite frankly, most of his problems aren't correctable: 1) moves about like Mettenberger used to move...i.e. incredibly slow 2) horrible scanning of the field...wide open WRers were waving their hands trying to get his attention 3) double, triple, and quadruple clutches like he couldn't pull the trigger which shows a lack of confidence to me 4) has a weak arm...so he throws late and when he does, the ball takes too long to get there (e.g. even the long completions were late and underthrown) If his performance doesn't improve dramatically, time to give Max Johnson a chance
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Tridentds41 months
Kellen Mond says hello.
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davidlsu41 months
He just looks so tense and nervous every interview, just not a leader
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rob6241 months
He is as soft as a marshmallow.
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LSUMANINVA41 months
Tough spot. I could feel the lump in his throat.
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SomeLSUguy41 months
He did good to hold it together... although he may have had to chew a hole in his bottom lip to do it.
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CanebreakCajun41 months
Ok, my post sleep comment. His numbers were ok, but he has got to make better decisions. 1) get the ball out fast, don’t over think it, open.... throw (for example Marshall open on your sideline 2) He is slow, but there were 7 or 8 times when he was back there holding onto the ball like a piece of sweet arse and he could have tucked it and ran for 3 or 4 yards and instead gets sacked or baby scrambles for an incompletion. Give us the 3 or 4 yards instead. 3) It’s not an RPO with out the O part. He is gonna have to tuck a couple of those and move his slow arse 3 yards downfield to keep the bad honest 4) show some emotion, show some emotion, show some emotion. The team needed energy and it wasn’t coming from him. Maybe he can be fixed, maybe not. I think that by end of Missouri we’ll know if he can do this and be a solid, competent an. If not, maybe it’s time to go young and give one of the babies the job.
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rob6241 months
The problem I have with Brennan is this “I gave it my all” comment shows his attitude toward what happened is that he takes no responsibility. The Defense was on the field for 20 minutes in the 1st half and when LSU needed a leader to move the offense he wasn’t capable. This going into his 4th season at LSU? LSU’s secondary was green and had some players playing who were pressed into playing before they were ready. The Defense has its own problems but when the QB is needed and simply doesn’t show up and answer the bell then he is not a leader and the other players damn sure know it. For Brennan to have an attitude like that after the way he played is more than troubling.
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Grim41 months
He looks 12
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tigergirl1041 months
Came here to say this!
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WhiskeyPlease41 months
He need to play faster and the atrocious play calling dint help him.they gave up on the running plays until the second half. He and the Receivers need to Their timing right along with the communications. I can't lay this all on him
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NOLA_BRED_LSU41 months
I would have never uttered those words. I bet he did and that’s the problem exactly. They knew he couldn’t cut it and they still have him the starting position.
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WhiskeyPlease41 months
It's one game after 1400 something days of not starting ..cut him some slack.
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NOLA_BRED_LSU41 months
frick that, tell Entergy to cutt me some slack after I gamble My 320.00 Light I’ll that my #6 Tigas would beat the I ranked ms state.
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NOLA_BRED_LSU41 months
No slack over here if he’s looking for sympathy and a hug he should Join the cheerleading squad and Ayo taking up space on the football team. Sorry can’t take another 8 in a reaux to the gumps fanbase. Simple as that
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BTRDD41 months
I remember hearing Bobby Hebert saying the same thing after he blew a playoff game to the Philadelphia Eagles. Basically, that's your quarter back saying I can't perform any better than what I showed today. That's not the attitude of a leader.
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rob6241 months
Brennan just needs to call Momma and go relax on the family yacht today and clear his head. He needs his “safe space”. Then he will be ready to “give it his all” against Vandy” because that’s what is important. If LSU wins then that’s lagniappe. Lol.
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bayoucook41 months
The most unathletic QB in the history of LSU football!
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abellsujr41 months
If that’s his “all” we’re in serious trouble.
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shackleford31841 months
We got a guy on the bench named Finley, that’s a jamarcus Russell clone that will gladly take his place.
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TDsngumbo41 months
And risk having a repeat of 2008-2016 with QB’s all over again? frick that. Stick to MB - the qb who just threw for over 345 yards and 3 td’s. I think we should give that guy something one to work on his imperfections before telling him to warm the fricking bench, tard.
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10MTNTiger41 months
I’ll take things joe Burrow has never said in his life for $500, Alex...
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FATBOY TIGER41 months
I tried really hard. sniff sniff
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RaginTXTiger41 months
Not saying he won't get there but he is definitely not comfortable under the big lights. Even in his post-game interview he does not seem comfortable to me. Making the statement, "I gave it my all", is not going to cut it after a loss. It's as if he is putting blame elsewhere and there is no room for him to grow. I'm not blaming him solely for the loss, however, he needs to really think about what he says and how it may be interpreted. His stats may look good, however, the TD to Gilbert was a desperation throw and the deep ball to Jenkins was a jump ball. He needs to trust his abilities and throw to an open area and MAKE his receivers go to work. Timing takes time, I'm hopeful he will grow along with his receivers.
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voodooidotwo41 months
The defense gave up 700 yards. How is this in any way his fault? Did he hold the ball at times? Yea, but there was also a ton of drops and a lack of a running game
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AustinKnight41 months
People play better on both sides for winners just a fact Jack
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TDsngumbo41 months
Yes! MB played better than anyone else on the team. Of course he has to improve but not nearly as much as the horrendous defense, receivers need to learn that when the ball is placed INTO YOUR HANDS, you gotta hold on to it, and the Oline has quite a bit of work to do as well. This loss, while there a lot of blame to go around, is not on MB.
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rob6241 months
Yeah and I am sure you don’t think that generating almost zero offense in the 1st half and leaving the defense on the field (with all kinds of secondary problems) was a problem in the game. Well in the 1st half die to Brennan’s complete lack of offensive leadership LSU’s defense was on the field over 20 minutes of the half uet the score was only 17-14 due to a TD (pick 6) by the defense. Take up for Brennan all you want but he left a struggling defense on the field far too long and wore them the frick out because of his inability to do anything. NEWSFLASH!! If a QB has been in your program for over 3 years and doesn’t look like he gets it, then he probably won’t.
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hill durham41 months
Well good maybe give it more next time
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TDsngumbo41 months
The loss sucks, obviously. Let’s not pretend there weren’t some bright spots in the game though. MB’s stats were impressive - especially when you consider how long he held the ball and how many times he was sacked. The offense came alive after the half, they didn’t give up. We’re only 1/10 though the season, guys. Calm down and understand that Coach O, more than anybody else, wants to fix the horrendous defense and Oline and is imagine he is making this week a rough one for Pelini and the rest of the coaching staff. The Vandy game will be a good chance for the team to correct some issues while getting a confidence-boosting win under their belts. Let’s move forward and look forward to the return of Stingley, who was sorely missed Saturday. We’ve got an entire football season to watch. Let’s enjoy it.
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