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If he can just keep the young kids together and bring in some heavy reinforcements Wed. I think he can do it and I think we should stay positive and not react to every rumor until it actually manifests. Lets see what happens.
Reply4 months
So loss to Troy and this year is to make us hungry. Crazy like he a fox
Reply4 months
We have one more game in Tiger Stadium this year. As disappointing as 2020 LSU football has been, nothing is more disappointing than to see 5000 empty seats that should have been Tiger fans. We drove to Atlanta twice and attended all of the home games for the GOAT 2019 season. We drive to Baton Rouge for the WOAT 2020 season. OK. Be vocal about the problems, but be a loyal fan too. Buy a seat to the Ole Miss game.
Reply4 months
Harvey “Flesh” Tunnel.
4 months
Let’s hope he’s right! Changes in the staff need to be made this off-season before I’m buying in.
Reply4 months
Orgeron making the hires terrifies me
4 months
Sad so many fans have turned on O not even a year after the greatest season ever. He will make changes this after this season and win again. Hopefully all the current turncoats stay away next year.
Reply4 months
The "Tigers" need players whom are dedicated and willing to go the distance when things don't go as planned. You don't learn anything in life if you just give up and quit!
4 months
Not me. I'm ride or die. He just needs to make changes.
4 months
Not me. I'm ride or die. He just needs to make changes.
4 months
I think many if not most fans are able to chalk 2020 up to 2020, but at years end, there absolutely must be changes made, and changes for the significantly better or this program, regardless of what that takes. Coaching changes have GOT to be made. That’s an inescapable fact, but not lateral changes, rather aggressive changes, maybe some hungry young hot shots with a vision and desire to put the work in.
Reply4 months
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