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Mrs. Amaro
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New Blood, New Energy, New Identity
In regards to hiring a new LSU baseball coach, I really think the program needs to make a hire that brings a new energy.

The Mainieri Era reminds me of the Miles era... although successful, we find ourselves lagging on and off the field in comparison to our competition.

Young, hungry and rather successful choices such as Vitello, Godwin and McDonnell seem more attractive than just settling with Bianco.

Bianco is a good coach and is a safe pick, but instead of evolving, the program would be stuck in a old, boring, corporate, Hold the Rope, Boomer state.


ProjectP2294
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re: New Blood, New Energy, New Identity
We had roughly 30 seasons combined of Miles, Mainieri, and Johnny Jones (and Trent before him).

We've rectified the energy/intensity in two of the three sports. It's now time to do that in baseball.


canyon
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re: New Blood, New Energy, New Identity
haaaaaaa, Hold the Rope, Boomer state. Poor thing.


610man
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re: New Blood, New Energy, New Identity
Solid original post, thank you for your time


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LilWezyAna
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re: New Blood, New Energy, New Identity
I don’t understand how you guys constantly make the same threads saying the same thing as everyone else.

We need a coaching changes board Chicken
This post was edited on 6/11 at 9:36 am


SulphursFinest
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Lafayette
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re: New Blood, New Energy, New Identity
Lagging on and off the field...

Playing in a Super tomorrow


Mrs. Amaro
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Uptown Shreveport
Member since Nov 2004
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Lagging on and off the field...

Playing in a Super tomorrow


Where would you say LSU's baseball team ranks in our own conference right now?


KC Tiger
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Where would you say LSU's baseball team ranks in our own conference right now?


Higher than it did a week ago


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SOL2
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I don't think Bianco is quite a Boomer


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tigerfoot
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Where would you say LSU's baseball team ranks in our own conference right now?


Right now?
Behind Vandy and Arky.

The next group is UF, Ole Miss, LSU, MSU....I dont look at 1 year results.

.we will see if UT sticks


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Terrific Tales
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We had roughly 30 seasons combined of Miles, Mainieri, and Johnny Jones (and Trent before him).

I mean I understand your point here, but for the majority of his Tenure Mainieri was far more impressive than either of those other coaches. Miles consistently underperformed after the championship and Johnny Jones was just never good. Mainieri has brought LSU to the final 16 in 9 out of 13 years, with 5 trips to the final 8 and one national title. His career has not been one of embarrassment at all.


Vacherie Saint
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re: New Blood, New Energy, New Identity
How old is McDonnell? I couldnt find much online about his background.


ProjectP2294
Tennessee Fan
South St. Louis city
Member since May 2007
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re: New Blood, New Energy, New Identity
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I mean I understand your point here


Based on everything you said after that, I don't think you do.

Since 1/9 Miles brought zero energy. Trent and Johnny never brought any energy. Mainieri was extremely passive.

I'm not talking about success. I'm talking about bringing energy and intensity to the program. Urgency even.


TigerCub
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How old is McDonnell? I couldnt find much online about his background.


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Vacherie Saint
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people forget how fantastic a coach PM is. The standards at LSU are just that high.



tigerfoot
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people forget how fantastic a coach PM is. The standards at LSU are just that high.


He helped to set the standard.


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Vacherie Saint
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Dlab2013
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How old is McDonnell? I couldnt find much online about his background.


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Terrific Tales
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Since 1/9 Miles brought zero energy

That’s a ridiculous and untrue statement


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AlxTgr
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Young, hungry and rather successful choices such as Vitello, Godwin and McDonnell seem more attractive than just settling with Bianco.

Bianco is a good coach and is a safe pick, but instead of evolving, the program would be stuck in a old, boring, corporate, Hold the Rope, Boomer state.


So much wrong with these I don't even know where to begin.


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