LSU coaching vacancies

Discussion in 'Ersel's Gridiron Talk' started by dahoss2002, Dec 1, 2007.

  1. dahoss2002

    dahoss2002 New Member

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    Today we play for the SEC title with a lame duck defensive coordinator and a Head Coach who will talk to the Michigan AD after the game. Congrats to Nebraska on Pellini. His time has come to get a chance at head coach and I hope he is able to get the Huskers back on track. We will miss him. Because of Miles' ties to Michigan, Im almost sure he will go. If he does go, I wish him the best and have a Tiger Christmas wish that "the ole ball coach, Steve Spurrier" will finish his career down at Tigertown. Whatever the case, we need to beat the Vols today, so Geaux Tigers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. AwShucks

    AwShucks New Member

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    You guys have won a lot since Saban took over the reins, and the formula to success was in place when he left. My personal feelings is the Miles is not that good of a coach. Sure, he looks the part, but I think he has character issues right up there with Callahan. Nebraska has done themselves a favor, and I am sure in the long run, Michigan may do you one.

    Now, if you could just teach your drunk fans how to be a respectful, proud fan...
     

  3. dahoss2002

    dahoss2002 New Member

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    Lawrence, I agree with most of your observations but with all due respect, you were at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans not a Saturday night game in Tiger Stadium. And yes, New Orleans isnt a "DRY" town, quite to the contrary and Im sorry a bunch of drunks ruined the game for you. Actually, I talked to quite a few Sooner fans that stopped at the casinos in Shreveport on the way back and most said they had a blast partying in New Orleans even though they lost. I do see how that atmosphere isnt for everyone but I hate how you assume all LSU fans are drunks and disrespectful. Believe it or not, I see drunk "Boomer Sooner" fans pretty regular along with drunk "Hookem Horns" and "Gig em Aggie" fans here in Shreveport gambling and drinking at the casinos. That dont make me think badly of them nor does it make me think that all their fans behave like that. Oh well, enough of that, the jury on Miles is still out in my book. I agree that Saban was the best thing to happen at LSU since before I was born but I give Miles credit for holding it together thus far. I really believed he would go to Michigan since he played there and his wife is from there also. The coming years will tell as he will have to replace Pellini and keep the recruiting at a high level. One thing I like about Miles is that the players seem to respect him and he seems to be a good motivator. At this point, I'm glad he's staying and hope I dont regret it LOL!
     
  4. AwShucks

    AwShucks New Member

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    Your right William, and I'll be the first to admit each school has its bad fans. But I don't think anything will ever make me respect the LSU program again.
     
  5. Katfishing Cajun

    Katfishing Cajun New Member

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    :too_sad:All this crying over some ignorant LSU fans ruining your time in New Orleans back in 2003 win OU GOT BEAT. Please let it go! Just cause some fools spoiled your time, you put down all LSU fans as drunks.:angry: Should I start looking at all OU fans as cry babies!!!!!!!!! I think not, I'm way better then that! You shouldn't catorgorize all LSU fans as drunks either!!! Oh yea congrats on OU's win over Missouri.
     
  6. TNVOLCAT

    TNVOLCAT New Member

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    Congrats to LSU on their win tonight over my VOLS. LSU did what they had to do to win and UT ran out of lives tonight. QB can't throw a "pick six" and another pick in the red zone trying to tie the game and expect to win.
     
  7. dahoss2002

    dahoss2002 New Member

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    If you ever get the chance to visit Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge on A Saturday night when the Tigers are at home, U will see what I mean and u might change your mind. Once again, sorry for the drunks in New Orleans but alot of folks overachieve in the Big Easy and wanna act like jerks so I can understand your feelings but please give us a try at home as a "neutral participant" and see if "There's nothing like a Saturday night in Tiger Stadium" is true.