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DhanTigers212
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One thing I’ve learned from these reports
LSU is ran by a bunch of weak individuals. Les Miles situation should’ve been dealt with years ago. Everyone involved should be embarrassed. With that being said we’re still running the table and winning a natty in football.
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geauxtigers87
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
LSU has been incompetent for years. This is nothing new


im4LSU
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
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With that being said we’re still running the table and winning a natty in football.



pass it


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DhanTigers212
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
Ran by a bunch of weak liberals.


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lsugrad35
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
We covered it all up for a bad coach. Everyone wanted him gone and we had reason to get rid of him for more than just frustrating football on the field and we still kept him. Yikes.


TDsngumbo
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We covered it all up for a bad coach. Everyone wanted him gone and we had reason to get rid of him for more than just frustrating football on the field and we still kept him.

That is mind-numbing. Why on earth was he protected? It's not like he was a Saban or something. He won one championship, requiring a miracle to happen in order to do it. He embarrassed the program on multiple occasions. Why the shite did they protect him?


TexasTiger08
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
Was there new info about Miles that came out?


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DhanTigers212
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
I’ll get downvoted but liberals are weak leaders. It’s that simple.


extremetigerfanatic
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
We covered up that he hired pretty girls? Is that a thing? Like, everyone saw them.


I’m lost on this entire thing.


CamdenTiger
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
When I saw them go woke, I knew it was over


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BigDawg0420
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I’ll get downvoted but liberals are weak leaders.


$100 you get more upvotes than down.


TexasTiger08
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I’m lost on this entire thing.


Me too. Lewis filing a lawsuit suddenly means that what we already knew about Les is worse? I’m confused.


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jpcajun
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
I'll allow it


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Ebridg3
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
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That is mind-numbing. Why on earth was he protected? It's not like he was a Saban or something. He won one championship, requiring a miracle to happen in order to do it. He embarrassed the program on multiple occasions. Why the shite did they protect him?



Louisiana. Politics.

The same reason he was replaced by a glorified Dline coach and people on this board give him all the credit for Aranda and Brady's championship season.

We'll be a 9 win team, maybe 10 next season. Then we will be exactly back where we were with Les. An assistant replaced every other season with some wild press stories about how everything is fixed every spring.


Gus007
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LSU is ran by a bunch of weak individuals.

Mclendon
Stovall
Hallman
Dinardo
Miles

You don't say!



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tigahlovah
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
No doubt. 80-90% of the country is conservative. The 10-20% that are brain damaged just whine and scream like the little bitches they are, making people thing they're a majority.


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The Albatross
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
He wasn’t replaced by a “glorified D-Line coach” because of politics. It was because Alleva was incompetent in the search. Your post explains nothing, it’s just a blanket excuse with no substance.

Additionally, I find the unfounded strawman beneath it equally disappointing. Brady would have still been an assistant with the Saints. It’s no like anyone on earth (even Saban) saw what this guy was going to be except Ed.

Aranda’s unit took until the A&M game to find its footing. You sound salty as hell, and back up your points with nothing.
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Ebridg3
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He wasn’t replaced by a “glorified D-Line coach” because of politics. It was because Alleva was incompetent in the search. Your post explains nothing, it’s just a blanket excuse with no substance.


This is BS and you know it. He was hired due to a successful coup pulled off by certain individuals in the athletic department and "the local" media.

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Additionally, I find the unfounded strawman beneath it equally disappointing. Brady would have still been an assistant with the Saints. It’s no like anyone on earth (even Saban) saw what this guy was going to be except Steve Ensminger


allow me to fix this one for you.

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Aranda’s unit took until the A&M game to find its footing. You sound salty as hell, and back up your points with nothing.


An offense that possessed the ball for literally a few minutes of real time and many time a minute or less of game time was going to leave a tired defense. We've seen this for a decade now dating back to Oregon Ducks and Cam Newton's Auburn team having the EXACT same issues.

... and lets not call that unit 100% Aranda's. O started meddling in it and forced Dline stunts etc wanting the Defense to be more aggressive and philosophically changing it at its core from Aranda's design.

Ofcourse, O would only have so much say so in Aranda's defense despite the consistent smears and political attacks against him thus leading to his boy Bo Pelini!!! coming back to town.

Yeah, we saw how that worked out.


Skillet
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re: One thing I’ve learned from these reports
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He wasn’t replaced by a “glorified D-Line coach” because of politics. It was because Alleva was incompetent in the search.



True, but I still have no clue as to who would have been a better hire than the "Shrimp Boat Captain".



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The Albatross
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I don’t know it because I wasn’t in the war room with them. From a fan’s perspective, we had three options: Herman, Jimbo, and Ed. Ed was the least exciting, least successful option. He was the fallback.

You credit E for seeing Brady’s potential, but not the man the had E in the position to begin with. You can blame Aranda’s defensive woes on the offense all day, but I didn’t see us go to a ground and pound against TAMU, UGA, OU, or Clemson. Again, you’re just deflecting.


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