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I don't think we are going to hear the end of this for awhile

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Posted: 2/22/2013 10:39 AM

I don't think we are going to hear the end of this for awhile 


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Posted: 2/24/2013 8:26 AM

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This writer is clueless.  It was Les Miles' inept offense that cost us that game, the same as it cost us the UF game.  Because of the lack of knowledge and creativity on the offensive side of the ball cost us this game.  The lack of preparation on the offensive side of the ball cost us this game,... not the defense.  The defense was spent because the offense hung them out there to dry.  Yes, Chavis' bend but don't break style keeps our defense on the field much longer than they should be there, but LSU would have won the game against Clemson if Les Miles' inept offense could have moved the ball late in the game.

You can't have a bend but don't break defense and an inept offense.  It doesn't add up.  Either you change Chavis' style of defense to go for three and outs or you stop Les Miles from controlling the offense.  Otherwise, you will continue to have two and three loss seasons, losing to all the good to very good teams.
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Posted: 2/26/2013 7:36 PM

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LSU2005 wrote: This writer is clueless.  It was Les Miles' inept offense that cost us that game, the same as it cost us the UF game.  Because of the lack of knowledge and creativity on the offensive side of the ball cost us this game.  The lack of preparation on the offensive side of the ball cost us this game,... not the defense.  The defense was spent because the offense hung them out there to dry.  Yes, Chavis' bend but don't break style keeps our defense on the field much longer than they should be there, but LSU would have won the game against Clemson if Les Miles' inept offense could have moved the ball late in the game.

You can't have a bend but don't break defense and an inept offense.  It doesn't add up.  Either you change Chavis' style of defense to go for three and outs or you stop Les Miles from controlling the offense.  Otherwise, you will continue to have two and three loss seasons, losing to all the good to very good teams.
some of that may be true  but i think the real reason we lost to clemson was not having their heart in it...i lot of just going through the motions in that game

LSU ....IF YOU'RE NOT LIVING IT....YOU' RE DYING !!

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Posted: 7/28/2013 2:02 PM

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lsuroots wrote:
LSU2005 wrote: This writer is clueless.  It was Les Miles' inept offense that cost us that game, the same as it cost us the UF game.  Because of the lack of knowledge and creativity on the offensive side of the ball cost us this game.  The lack of preparation on the offensive side of the ball cost us this game,... not the defense.  The defense was spent because the offense hung them out there to dry.  Yes, Chavis' bend but don't break style keeps our defense on the field much longer than they should be there, but LSU would have won the game against Clemson if Les Miles' inept offense could have moved the ball late in the game.

You can't have a bend but don't break defense and an inept offense.  It doesn't add up.  Either you change Chavis' style of defense to go for three and outs or you stop Les Miles from controlling the offense.  Otherwise, you will continue to have two and three loss seasons, losing to all the good to very good teams.
some of that may be true  but i think the real reason we lost to clemson was not having their heart in it...i lot of just going through the motions in that game
You're entitled to feel the way you want, but the only offensive output last year that would have beat Clemson was the bama game.  Miles is too lazy to prepare like that each week.  Now, he hired someone to do it, just like he needed someone to coach defense, so we will probably be a lot better.  Les Miles will cause any program to deteriorate unless his entire crew has total autonomy and he goes and sits in a corner somewhere.  Now, offensive line is where he's good.  That's where he's been put and that's a good thing.  Let the real coaches coach the big stuff and let Miles coach what he knows something about.  Cameron Robinson would do better for his career to come to LSU because he will get coached better than anyone at bama can coach him.  Miles can coach OL, but that's it.
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Posted: 8/2/2013 4:02 PM

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I know you are supposed to win them all in Baton Rouge, but if you take one step back from the ledge, you will see your program has been consistently better since Miles got there and will continue to be! Not bad for a guy that can't do anything right except coach o-line!

Les does want to pound people into oblivion with the run game and throw over the top with play action. That is in his DNA. Think Shembechler at Michigan. But, you don't know what you are talking about when he is the guy that devleops the game plan and calls the plays. I've seen it at OSU when he was our offensive coordinator before going to the Dallas Cowboys as an offensive coach. Les can coach but as the CEO of the team now, he will pay coordinators to make those calls and coach those players up. If you don't like the offense in 2012 blame Studwara and Kragthorpe not Les Miles.

He made the changes he felt was necessary and hired Cam Cameron. You should see more polished quarterback play and as a result probably much better production offensively too.

Before you jump off the ledge check your number of wins in the Les Miles' era and remember it is one of the best records in all the land. He will likely win another national title if you can get your "great league" to quit laying the path for Alabama to get to the title game by default through pud crossover scheduling etc. That is what you need to be grousing about how your own league isn't playing fair with the scheduling within your conference because it is obvious.
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Posted: 8/4/2013 9:02 AM

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