Favorite team:LSU 
Location:Brentwood, TN
Biography:81 Grad of LSU Business School. Married College sweetheart with 2 grown children.
Interests:Golf, All LSU Sports, coaching and mentoring emerging new talent and their organizations.
Occupation:Principal - Ph2 Enterprises
Number of Posts:806
Registered on:7/9/2015
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They Represent the trifecta of pitching greatness at LSU…Skenes, Nola and Big Ben...
Jamal Adams particularly in the open field. He was uncanny how he could go after both legs attacking open field runners...
Courts would approve contracts nit unlike the NFL rookie contracts. Most are 3 year contracts with both parties having 1-2 option years. In the case of college, why can’t we have a similar contractual system? After first 3 years, a player has e options, 1) enter NFL draft, 2) stay with team or 3) e...
Great interview. One of the all time greats. ...

Lack of DT depth…solution 3-3-5

Posted by Im4LSUnTN on 2/1/24 at 8:25 am
Curious to get others take on whether a 3-3-5 defense is more effectively suited for the quality and depth of our front D. DT - Guillory backed by Lee DEs - Takes advantage of our depth here with Jones, Swinson, Shands, and Womack Lbs - Whitt Weeks and Greg Penn III with West Weeks backing up ...
But at least the BAMA fans are mourning in their upgraded double wide trailers. ...
Complexity of scheme, if not well taught and engrained into the players minds will lead to even a split second of indecisiveness…that’s all that is required for a defense to fail. That’s what I witnessed in 2023 season. Defense has to be played with all the thinking happening pre snap…then played ...
That era of championship basketball had our Best starting lineup ever assembled lead by Rudy Macklin. Favorite 6th man..the Jet from the Bronx. ...
Well done maestro! Ok…did ChatGPT AI assist with this poetic composition?...

re: Norvell telling it like it is

Posted by Im4LSUnTN on 12/3/23 at 8:38 am
Your “shitty” ACC in fact was better than the SEC this year in head to head matchups… FSU over LSU NC over SC Miami over A&M Clemson over SC An exception…KY over Louisville...

re: Jayden Daniels 2023 TD’s Tribute

Posted by Im4LSUnTN on 12/1/23 at 10:43 am
As professional a video as you’ll find at NFL films. Thanks for sharing. ...
Watching the game last night, reminded me how badly we need a seasoned, good decision maker type of point guard who can also score and beat full court pressure. . NCAA screwed us and probably won’t reverse course with the appeal. We win against Dayton if we weren’t missing that critical piece. ...
Reminds me a lot of RG III in terms of Body build, size, speed, scrambling ability, became a good passer, and plays with an infectious enthusiasm. Unlike RG III, Will need to avoid hits in the NFL if that’s possible. ...

re: Patrick Peterson

Posted by Im4LSUnTN on 10/30/23 at 7:44 am
Never believed refs were really biased toward BAMA until THAT play. Unreal...
Bert a Jones only LSU QB who won an NFL MVP. Agree that JD is best dual threat QB ever at LSU and probably 2nd best all time, but there also was greatness in Bert Jones...

re: Favorite LSU versus Auburn Moment

Posted by Im4LSUnTN on 10/12/23 at 1:06 pm
So many great games to choose from. Definitely the best “Drama” game it seemed every year.,This rivalry will be missed next year. ...
There was lots of NFL talent on that 1969 team and they played with a level of toughness that this defense sorely lacks...
In 2 games (94 points) against Ole Miss and Mizzou than the 1969 LSU Tigers for an entire season (91 points). Below are the stats of the 1969 season who IMHO was the greatest LSU defense of all time. And the offense averaging 35 points a game was elite too in the days of grind it out on the ground...
I park at the churches on Dalrymple. Admit that’s a long walk from Tiger Stadium, but the traffic flowed well last night going north from Dalrymple. Home in Central in 40 minutes...