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As simple and easy research will quickly point out, it was in fact LSU that beat A&M 41-24 in the 2011 Cotton Bowl.
I have to agree with you. Most all LSU fans i know don't see A&M as much of a rivalry at all, including myself. It's just another game that happens to be during rivalry week.
While the game is played during rivalry week, I wouldn't call LSU vs A&M a rivalry game. It's just another game to most LSU fans.
I wonder what it's like to be able to do hallucinogenic drugs and still be able to have a job. No way there's any truth to this.
You forgot to mention the reason the charges were dropped, inconsistent statements from Godchaux's girlfriend.
The interesting thing about plans is that they often change. Not saying his will, but they certainly could
Whoever is hired as head coach should stick with Aranda. His contract is for another 2 years, so there's really no need for another hire on that side of the ball. The defense is performing admirably all things considered.
Kiffin would be an absolute mistake. He's been a disaster at every head coaching job he's been too, and still has shown a major lack of maturity at alabama. The only people that won't LSU to hire kiffin are fans of opposing teams wanting to see LSU fall further into the ditch, and the media that want someone to help make their jobs easier with that buffoon at the helm of a major college football program.
LSU plays BYU in Houston opening weekend as well.........
I'm fine with him leaving to head to the big 10 network.
You didn't get the memo? i thought it was in all of the major publications.
While I do hope that he get's all 12 regular season games (plus a few more), nothing is guaranteed.
Agreed, or even walkons. I graduated 4 years ago and never once heard of slinky's. Based on other comments, this is a bs list with nothing backing it.
That might not be a good idea, a flock of birds could fly by
Barkevious Mingo never played defensive tackle, he was a defensive end, poor lack of research and knowledge on your part. The problem with secondary last year had more to do with Kevin Steele than a lack of talent, personal opinion though.
It's not being talked about, but i think ULL will be trying to make a case to join the B12. They've been working on some major projects for athletic facilities in recent years, and what university wouldn't want to have more exposure in LA. Football has been pretty decent the past few years, and baseball seems to be pretty strong each year as well. They make more sense than ECU, Cincy, or USF.
Why? There is no quality reason for such an action.