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AmazinGrace
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LSU Fan, Georgetown Alumni
Member since Dec 2013
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CEO being honest with recruits parents
I noticed an interesting tidbit in the Derrick Davis Jr. article. He’s dad makes the comment that CEO told them early on before the season that the Tigers may struggle this year. He noted that we would be young and inexperienced. His parents like the look of our depth chart and noted that there’s a good chance we only have Hampton and Toles back next year if Harris leaves.


LuzianaFootball
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Bay Area
Member since Dec 2008
6983 posts

re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
That's one of his biggest attributes. He typically is genuine with recruits.


FLBooGoTigs1
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Member since Jan 2008
48241 posts

re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
Don't forget about dat gumbo also


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dwright369
Member since Aug 2020
325 posts

re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
Agreed, I think this is one thing that separates O from the pack - building genuine relationships based on honesty and trust. Love it!!


tgdk11
Member since Nov 2017
285 posts

re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
Absolutely this. It caught me off guard with the amount of transparency, and it seems its what paid dividends with relationship building to Derrick and his dad.

It also made me feel better about the season, as bad as its been, that our coaches were aware of what was coming. Hopefully this amazing class coming together, against last years will get us back to some dominant football.


Tmcgin
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BATON ROUGE
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1646 posts

re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
Watching Harris play this year
His options are stay or transfer


reauxl tigers
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re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
Where might one find this article?


lovethetigers7
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re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
Shea posted it on 247. It's behind the paywall


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olgoi khorkhoi
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Member since May 2011
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re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
Makes his preseason statement about the D being better than at any point last year even more puzzling.


biggdogg
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United States
Member since May 2008
1052 posts

re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
We gonna be short a few scholarships next season so transfer might be the answer


Penrod
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Member since Jan 2011
18944 posts

re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
quote:

Makes his preseason statement about the D being better than at any point last year even more puzzling.

It's very obvious why the discrepancy. He's being honest with the recruit because he has to drop his pants eventually. He's lying to us because his job is to sell tickets.


olgoi khorkhoi
Bucknell Fan
priapism survivor
Member since May 2011
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re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
Selling tickets at the cost of looking completely incompetent seems short-sighted.


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alumni95
LSU Fan
Member since Jun 2004
7015 posts

re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
quote:

I think this is one thing that separates O from the pack - building genuine relationships based on honesty and trust.


Makes the “game” easier... if you don’t tell the lie to begin with then you don’t have to remember it or build on later. The old saying holds, “honesty is the best policy.”


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The Hurricane
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Gulf of Mexico
Member since Aug 2011
4780 posts

re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
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We gonna be short a few scholarships next season so transfer might be the answer

Hope you realize that we likely will have trouble hitting 80 scholarships even with self sanctions.


moock blackjack
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re: CEO being honest with recruits parents
Harris’s options are transfer portal or bench


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