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SlaughterDale
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A perspective from a Yale Graduate
Hello, my friendly tiger fans, this year's recruiting class has shed light on the blasphemous aggrandization of Ed Orgeron.I believe that Ed Orgeron expresses qualities of cupidity and is unwilling to adapt or change his ideas. I am appalled and Flabbergasted to call him a "head coach" of the LSU Tigers, a once more prosperous organization when it came to championship teams. Hiring a Tight end coach as your Offensive coordinator, I am contrite to even be affiliated with this team anymore. Also, another problem that I ponder is why last year did Danny Etling play a manifold amount of snaps more than he should have. Instead of letting our mediocre senior play, let's let the upcoming QB Myles Brennan get more playing time, I mean he is the impending QB. I admire Etling and all he has done but he is inferior to Myles Brennan. When Etling takes the snap, he looks for his primary receiver. If that receiver is open then he will have a 50/50 chance to overthrow him. If he is not Elting lets the pocket collapse on him, Danny just wasn't acumen enough to elude the easiest of pass rushes.Although Danny expressed equanimity off the field and in the classroom, he seemed to be dismayed as he stood like the tian tan Buddha statue. Even though Etling puts in a lot of Backbreaking work, for which I have an abundance of respect and commend him for, he is altogether not a Better QB. Sorry for this protracted dialogue but I am sanguine you will see my point. The main cynosure of my post is to show others just how incompetent your once prestigious program looks. I don't mean to sound as if I'm gasconading, but at Yale, I was an assistant coach for almost every sport during my academic career (Water polo, Bog snorkeling, Shin Kicking, Cricket, etc.) So I know a few things about managing a sports team. And I can confidently say that you would have to be saxicolous to not see the imminent writing on the wall.
Now here is a visual representation of what will happen next year:
Other teams--> Us-->


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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
You went to Yale yet somehow never learned the value of paragraphs?


SavageSznTill
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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
This reads like an S post


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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
Yale should emphasize paragraphs more.


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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
Did you major in shitty posts?


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Gray Tiger
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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
I'm thinking that you graduated from Yale lock smith school.


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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
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I believe that Ed Orgeron expresses qualities of cupidity and is unwilling to adapt or change his ideas.
That's all that is needed.

A) We know have enough data, at LSU, to say- yep, that's true.

B) With that being true, with a high degree of objectivity and intellectual honesty his history now can be applied.

I honestly didn't want to apply the OM history until we knew if he had learned lessons, or not. It's obvious- not.


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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
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You went to Yale yet somehow never learned the value of paragraphs?






SlaughterDale
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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
I didn't have a thesis statement with multiple prongs so multiple paragraphs weren't needed. The paragraph was about one subject.


TigerCliff777
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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
I am a Walker High grad and I am not impressed !



SlaughterDale
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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
It's Tiger Rant, Not an English class

Although I've taken many prestigious English classes
This post was edited on 2/8 at 8:20 am


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didn't have a thesis statement with multiple prongs so multiple paragraphs weren't needed. The paragraph was about one subject.


And it’s a pain in the arse to read.
Know your audience and medium of communication.

Couldn’t get through 1/3 of that mess.


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Zanzibaw
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I didn't have a thesis statement with multiple prongs so multiple paragraphs weren't needed. The paragraph was about one subject.


Your personal dick riding paragraph about going to Yale and being at Yale and coaching Yale sports at Yale was more of a conclusion and unrelated to the driving subject, being Danny Etling taking too many snaps. Should have been its own paragraph.


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Not a chance in hell you graduated from Yale.


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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
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Although I've taken many prestigious English classes


are you sure????


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SlaughterDale
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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
Dearly Noted


XavierSlayer
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re: A perspective from a Yale Graduate
Great post!! I hope you post more. These non-inculcated swine do not understand our minds because theirs are to diminutive to wrap around our language. However, I do understand their cogency on your paragraph skills.
This post was edited on 2/8 at 8:36 am


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"he was part of that whole "Yale thing" "

- " "Yale thing" ? "

"latent homosexuality and a lot of cocaine"


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