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Smell the crawfish
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Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
It seems like a buyout of Pelini at this point may not be possible, but what if he was demoted to much lessor position? I know nothing about coaching contracts, but it seems like LSU needs to find a way to correct this situation. I know most contracts state a coach can only be fired if there is just cause, which I assume Pelini also has written into his contract. Does having the worst defense in the country not cause enough to be fired with no buyout? I know in the real world it is!


kajunman
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re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
He can be demoted but he still gets his cash. Bad deal by Woodward.


Hot Carl
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re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
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I know nothing


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RealityTiger
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re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
I get the question and I get the frustration behind our suck arse defense. But between last night, this morning, and today - some of y'all are FREAKING THE frick OUT behind our defense. Is it that we had to sit through a weekend and watch everybody else? Seriously. What is it? What was the catalyst that sparked the massive fricking freak out session on this board lately?


saintsfan22
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re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
Miss St's offense getting stuffed in a sack for the 3rd straight week.


Smell the crawfish
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re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
The game that got me angry was watching the MSU game. Their offense looks like the worst offense I've seen this year. They are struggling to make a first down, but they put up over 600 yards against us and we made their QB look like a Heisman Trophy winner. How in the hell does that happen? It's called having a horrible defensive coordinator!


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RealityTiger
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Member since Jan 2010
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re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
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Miss St's offense getting stuffed in a sack for the 3rd straight week.
Well to be honest did it take for you to see them this week to know for sure? Because I could see that shite in week two. It's not like I discovered something this weekend that was new and infuriated me. That's why I'm wondering some of y'all are having a delayed reaction?


saintsfan22
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re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
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Well to be honest did it take for you to see them this week to know for sure? Because I could see that shite in week two. It's not like I discovered something this weekend that was new and infuriated me. That's why I'm wondering some of y'all are having a delayed reaction?


What are you wondering for, I told you the answer. Every additional time their team looks like dog shite it magnifies our colossal coaches' failure.


RealityTiger
LSU Fan
Geismar, LA
Member since Jan 2010
18872 posts

re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
I know you answered me jackass. I was giving you the feedback to your answer. I will say it for a third time.
What did last night tell you that you couldn't have seen in week two had you really paid attention? It's just kind of odd how a bunch of you had this massive delayed reaction about it.



saintsfan22
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
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Member since May 2006
57432 posts

re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
So you get it but you're still not smart enough to get it. Got it.


RealityTiger
LSU Fan
Geismar, LA
Member since Jan 2010
18872 posts

re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
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So you get it but you're still not smart enough to get it. Got it.
No, try again dip shite. I'm saying you're a fricking dumbass who doesn't know enough about football if you couldn't see it two weeks ago and needed to see it last night to REALLY be convinced that we are in deep shite with the defense.

Whatever man. Have a nice rest of the day. Or better yet, no. Be like a woman on her period freaking the frick out right now. Because that's really going to solve things.


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atltiger6487
Member since May 2011
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re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
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I get the question and I get the frustration behind our suck arse defense. But between last night, this morning, and today - some of y'all are FREAKING THE frick OUT behind our defense. Is it that we had to sit through a weekend and watch everybody else? Seriously. What is it? What was the catalyst that sparked the massive fricking freak out session on this board lately?
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RealityTiger
your name is inconsistent with your post.

Keep your eyes open.


AmazinGrace
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LSU Fan, Georgetown Alumni
Member since Dec 2013
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re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
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He can be demoted but he still gets his cash. Bad deal by Woodward


This is not on Woodard. O wanted him.


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RealityTiger
LSU Fan
Geismar, LA
Member since Jan 2010
18872 posts

re: Instead of huge buyout, could Pelini be demoted and be forced to take less money?
Oh ok. I got it. Being irrational is the new "reality".


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