You all know this guy's gonna find a reason to bail this season, don't you? I mean none of you expect him to be around once October gets here, right? I wonder though. Will he get the same love you people coughed up for Ja'Quitter? Remember, remember the 6th of November.
Oh the sadness. Once again, the LSU fanbase has been reduced to crowing over the most pathetic things and cheering on the most incompetent people. Just sit with this for a moment. Scott Woodward is paying a someone almost 3 million dollars a year to coach a non-revenue sport that no one cares about and is also the very worst sport on every college campus in this country. Have any of you ever actually watched Women's basketball? Yeah, I thought not. Well trust me on this people. You'd rather watch wheelchair basketball than watch a bunch of awkwardly built women clutz and fumble all over a basketball court. It's sad what LSU athletics has become and what this fanbase pathetically celebrates.
Matt Hayes says this. "Myles Brennan, LSU: Let’s not forget how good Brennan looked before the injury. He was setting up a monster season". It's as though this guy doesn't watch football at all. The very game where Brennan went down in the final seconds, is the same game where he couldn't convert a single third down and the same game where he lost to a Missouri team that was playing with the talent equivalent of LSU's scout team. No my man. He wasn't setting up to have a "monster season".
Either one's good for Alabama but really, there's no "quarterback battle" at LSU. The job belongs to Myles Brennan. The Johnson kid has a garbage deep ball and his passes hang in the air like a white, fluffy cloud. How milquetoast though is Max Johnson that he won't beat out a guy who can't convert third downs and can only complete sixty percent of his passes? And speaking of a sixty percent completion percentage, LSU is back to being a decade behind. Completing sixty percent of your passes back in 2010 was terrific but now? Eh, not so much, pretty lousy actually. Anyhoo, I like my choices in LSU's quarterback situation. For different reasons, neither can beat Alabama. Oh and by the by. Have you folks heard? Nick Saban, the head football coach for the Alabama Crimson Tide won't shut up about how well Bryce Young is doing and we all know "the man" doesn't gush over anybody unless they're the real deal. Remember, remember the month of November.
Tick tock people. This season’s gonna go real hard on you folks. An incompetent, yatty, whitetrash head coach. A team that doesn’t respect him and two bottom of the barrel coordinators, who were just glad to be in the barrel. Can it be any more evident that no one worth having wants to work for this guy? Just look at the assistant staff. This entire bunch from the head coach on down belongs at the JUCO or division II level. I can tell you now. I speak for the entire Alabama fanbase when I say we hope Coach Whiteboots never gets fired from LSU. Having this guy around is worth a “once in a decade” loss.
Tick tock people. This season's gonna go real hard on you folks. An incompetent, yatty, whitetrash head coach. A team that doesn't respect him and two bottom of the barrel coordinators, who were just glad to be in the barrel. Can it be any more evident that no one worth having wants to work for this guy? Just look at the assistant staff. This entire bunch from the head coach on down belongs at the JUCO or division II level. I can tell you now. I speak for the entire Alabama fanbase when I say we hope Coach Whiteboots never gets fired from LSU. Having this guy around is worth a "once in a decade" loss.
This is the karmic sell out that has to happen to beat Alabama and win a National Championship. Auburn knows this all to well. After they beat Alabama and went on to win it all, their program fell apart too. Like them, you folks will have to dig deep and ask yourselves if it was worth it as well. After you see what Dacoacheaux ends up doing to this program, my guess is you’ll say no. Destruction, shame and humiliation is never worth it and right now, this fanbase is chest deep in it. The maws of pain people. That’s your future.
This is the karmic sell out that has to happen to beat Alabama and win a National Championship. Auburn knows this all to well. After they beat Alabama and went on to win it all, their program fell apart too. Like them, you folks will have to dig deep and ask yourselves if it was worth it as well. After you see what Dacoacheaux ends up doing to this program, my guess is you'll say no. Destruction, shame and humiliation is never worth it and right now, this fanbase is chest deep in it. The maws of pain people. That's your future.
I love this quote. "Coach O says he's coached defense 40 years but kind of was hands off last year. Not this year. If he sees something he doesn't like they're not going to do it." I can promise you, every LSU fan in the state facepalmed on this one. The thought of Coach Whiteboots being involved in anything coaching related gives this bunch the vapors. And let's go ahead a clarify this part now. At no point in Yawyaw's career has he ever "coached a defense". The guy was a position coach and nothing more. What he knows about coordinating anything couldn't fill a thimble. What was it Dacoacheaux promised? Oh yeah, I remember. He promised he was gonna let his coaches coach and not meddle. When he did that, everyone calmed down a little. Because as we all know, when Dacoacheaux gets involved, bad things happen. The more this praddling yat babbles the better things look for the Alabama Crimson Tide. God I hope this guy never gets fired.
No one worth having wants anything to do with Yawyaw. This season's gonna go real hard on you folks.
Coach Whiteboots is a garden variety South Louisiana yat that's too stupid to keep his mouth shut and this is why he was at the bottom of the barrel as well. No reasonable proto-human can spin his dullardness as a positive. The guy chits on his current assistants. Chits on his past assistants and openly admits he's too lazy minded to interview high dollar coordinators and position coaches before he hires them. Keeping this guy around is worth a "once in a decade" loss. I can promise you that.
Dacoacheaux doesn't have a very compelling personality, does he. Quitters galore on the LSU squad. A quitter here, a quitter there. Before long, LSU's gonna be starting their white boy walk ons. These guys have no loyalty at all to Coach Whiteboots and don't respect him. He doesn't have a strong enough character or personality to really influence them at all. Tell me folks. What happens when Stingley bails before November? We all know it's coming. Will you apologize for him, the same way you all apologize for Ja'Quitter and Terrance? I hope so.
Les Miles’ attorney blasts Kansas decision to put coach on leave as, ‘Bending to the winds of media blowback’
Who has shamed LSU more, Leslie Coach Whiteboots? Well we know Leslie is a creeper weirdo but really not much else. Where as Dacoacheaux has actually required restraining orders for assaulting women. Let's not suffer from recency bias here people. Leslie is fresh in our minds but Yawyaw has the court papers and police intervention that tells us he's done so much worse.
Ja'Quitter Chase and Terrance March out. Two of LSU's finest. Why celebrate these two? Such a strange look from this fanbase. Both are quitters. Both knew they were quitting and both took valuable reps from players who have yet to quit (because you know more is coming). Is this how low the LSU fanbase has sunk? Are they so desperate to glom onto something, that they crow about two players who don't care about their university or teammates? Is this the last thing you folks can take any pride in? There's really nothing else, is there. Anyway, how furious will all of you be when Stingley quits before November? It's happening. You know it, I know it, Vegetable Lasagna knows it.
Well of course he sexually harrassed a 70 year old woman. Guice is a creepy sexualized weirdo like the headcoach who recruited him and an assaulter of women like the headcoach he recently left. Look at who's mentored this guy. I mean no one thinks Guice didn't know what Leslie was up to, right? Of course he knew. And everyone knows about Coach Whiteboots and his history of assaulting women. For someone of obvious limited intellectual capacity as Darius Guice, he sees this Leslie and Yawyaw behavior and thinks this is how a man conducts himself. Guice wouldn't have lasted one season at Alabama. Players reflect the character of their headcoaches. That's why we see what we see at LSU and why we see what we see at Alabama. At LSU we see rapers, assaulters of women, quitters and murderers like Helaire (We all know Helaire was trading an X-Box for drugs, let's not lie to ourselves). At Alabama, we see winners, champions, players with professional attitudes and a true process driven team mentality. LSU reflects the character of it's most recent headcoaches and Alabama reflects the character of it's current and greatest headcoach. The LSU fanbase wanted Coach Whiteboots, the downhome, bayou yat and the Alabama fanbase wanted to rediscover and maintain its natural state of being. Both got what they wanted.
Joe alleva and Nick Saban deserve statues. Not Leslie the creeper or Dacoacheaux the woman beater. Nick Saban did more for LSU football than anyone in it's moribund history and Joe Alleva tried to protect it. This fanbase however routinely chits on both and makes no apologies for it. No appreciation at all. None. Without Nick Saban making this garbage program relevant, LSU doesn't enjoy either of the two championships since "the man's" departure. And to put a finer point on it, LSU doesn't get this most recent championship without Joe Alleva and his refusal to leave the program in Dacoacheaux and Inzminguh's hands. Alleva's the one who kept Dave Aranda around, keeping this program from falling to pieces. Everyone in BR knows this. Reflect on your history people and start showing some appreciation for the people who made LSU worth talking about.
This athletic department needs a purge and it needs to start with the guy who actually had to be arrested and have restraining orders placed on him for assaulting women down in Miami. Dacoacheaux has not fully answered for his past sins. There's no statute of limitations when it comes to canceling someone for abusing women and it's high time he knelt and paid. What Coach Whiteboots did is far, far worse than what Leslie is accused of.Yawyaw actually beat a woman and this is all well documented.
LSU investigation uncovers emails from former AD Joe Alleva advising the firing of Les Miles back in 2013
This deplorable set of Tigers can get with those other Tigers to the east and do a little group therapy. #toomanytigers
LSU investigation uncovers emails from former AD Joe Alleva advising the firing of Les Miles back in 2013
And you helmet heads thought Joe Alleva was the problem.
Oh geez. "Systemic", "institutionalized", "pervasive". These are the words we would use to describe this culture against women and those that "identify" as women at LSU. Players really do take on the traits of their coaching staff, don't they. Take Alabama for instance and the culture of professionalism and accountability "the man" has fostered there. That's how champions and championships are made. The players mirror the leadership and the payoff is now stuff of legend. Well the same applies at LSU. We have Leslie and his creepy and inappropriate behavior. Followed by Dacoacheaux and his well documented history of violence toward women. He required law enforcement intervention and restraining orders down in Miami. Is it any wonder that the players now follow right along? Well of course not. Assault toward women, criminal behavior and rampant quitting. This is what LSU is made of now and it's not what Nick Saban left behind. For shame people. For shame.
Is the Ja’Marr Chase-DeVonta Smith WR1 debate a 2011 repeat? Possibly, but history suggests otherwise
If Ja'Quitter Chase goes before Davonte Smith, the LSU fanbase will crow as if they've won something. That's how utterly desperate they are to "one up" Alabama. Let's all make sure to point and laugh.
Does she feel safe? This is a person who presumably identifies as female and we all know, it's hard being a woman at LSU these days. Football players are doing bad things to women. The former head football coach is paying women hush money and the current head football coach had to have legal restraints placed on him due to his own repugnant behavior toward women. You have to wonder if this presumed woman and others like him/her walk around in near constant fear of the LSU football team and coaching staff. I mean there's a pattern here. This recent "wokeness" LSU has become saturated in may be a good thing.
If there was ever a doubt who Coach Whiteboots emulates, don't let there be. He talks the same off season jive Leslie used to. What was it Dacoacheaux said? Something like how "the defense was better now than any point last year". He said this about Bolini, remember? Yeah, you remember. Yawyaw had a chance to give Dave Aranda the middle finger and he took it. Whiteboots resented that fat contract Alleva gave him and he knew all too well it was because Alleva knew better than to leave the program in his hands. Anyway, now it's this. Some nonsensical babbling about how there's a "new energy" and whatever eles with these young "up and comers" he has running the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. But do any of you really believe these guys are actually running things? Just barely scratch the surface and we all know why Farmer Fran hired these guys. One, he couldn't find anyone else. No one worth having wants to work for him. And secondly, he can control them. The latter is why everything about both the offense and defense will be garbage this year. Dacoacheaux wants to prove the doubters wrong. He wants to show everyone that he's a "real coach" too. Your worst nightmare is about to become a waking reality. Whiteboots is going to "get involved".
Report: During his LSU days, Les Miles offered settlement to student intern without school’s knowledge
LSU and Baylor should hang out. Lots in common those two.
I dunno. They’re both pretty dopey looking. Looks like a good fit to me. It’s interesting though that they would shine an inadvertent light on Dacoacheaux’s time in Miami. In these “witch hunty” days of canceling folks for past sins, we should ask this question. Has the statute of limitations run out on on Yawyaw teaching some poor woman (or women) a lesson or should we go ahead and cancel him too? After all, the local authorities had to get involved and put some distance between him and his lady. Whiteboots did some not so nice things to a gal down in Coral Gables. Remember all that? Sure you do. And how does all that dovetail with LSU’s recent allegations and subsequent and cover ups? You know what they say. A team often reflects the character of its coach. This concept likely explains LSU’s problems, both on and off the field. Men who treat women poorly lack moral character. Players who quit on their team (and LSU has alot of them) lack competitive character. None of this bodes well for the upcoming season people. You would do well to relinquish any fantasy, that the team and coach you pull for will have any sort of success that matters. Oh and speaking of quitters. None of you expect Derrick Stingly to finish the season, do you? You know he won’t make it to November, right? I wonder who’ll join him.
The Dacoacheaux we saw last season is the only Dacoacheaux. That's his natural state of being. Leslie and "Tha Slinguh" gifted Coach Whiteboots Dave Aranda and Joe Brady respectively. When they hit the bricks, Yawyaw was left to fend for himself and we all saw how that went. He hired two bottom of the barrel coordinators who, like Farmer Fran were just happy to be in the barrel. Well don't think for a nanosecond that an average quarterback who can't convert third downs and only has a 60% completion rate will bail this moribund program out. Pain and suffering folks.
LSU’s momentum on the recruiting trail continues as Tigers land commitment from 4-star Louisiana receiver
Nothing's really changed in recruiting under Coach Whiteboots. Not much different really than his mentor, Leslie. He does fine with instate skill players and some defensive recruits but when it comes to the offensive line, he's as garbage as his predecessor and still no match for "the man" to the east. Now Farmer Fran is reduced to taking quitter hole linebackers who can't cut it in the ACC. Don't lie to yourselves people, Mike Jones is not a game changer, not even close. Mike Jones is what happens when your head coach doesn't have the chops to fill out his class. What was it Dacoacheaux said? Oh yeah, I remember. "We gone beat day hass in recruitin'. We gone best day hass every time we see 'em". And here we are now. 55 to 17. The greatest season of all time. And a top 100 wide receiver and defensive end poached from YawYaw on early signing day no less. Sad. When Whiteboots starts yattin' like a Chalmette Memaw, it never really ages well, now does it.
Talk about low hanging fruit. Geez my knees. There's no sport on this. I'll sit this one out. Enjoy fellas.
Paul Finebaum says this. “Where Orgeron, he has the national championship”. But does he really though? From a leadership standpoint, that championship is split between Joe Brady, Dave Aranda and Joe Alleva. Coach Whiteboots had nothing to do with it and I mean nothing. While Brady and Aranda were doing their jobs, Farmer Fran was piping Whitesnake through his headset. In fact, the guy can’t even take credit for Joe Brady’s hire. It was Steev Inzminguh who had to cram Brady down Dacoacheaux’s throat. It’s well known around BR YawYaw didn’t even want to hire the guy. And for the uninitiated, here’s a little Dave Aranda history for you. First of all, he was a Miles hire. Whiteboots had nothing to do with it. Secondly, Aranda got that fat contract from Alleva, not because he’s some elite coordinator, he’s not. He got it because Alleva knew all too well, that without at least one competent coach on staff, LSU would spiral out of control. There’s no way Alleva was going to leave LSU football in the hands of Yawyaw and “the slingah”. Can you imagine such a disaster? LSU fans dump on him every chance they get but Joe Alleva saved LSU football from itself and did more to secure that championship than Dacoacheaux could have ever dreamed. Dacoacheaux has what he wants now. Two substandard coordinators, who won’t threaten his delicate ego and unlike the two previous, won’t sass mouth. Dacoacheaux won’t take no back talk.
Paul Finebaum says this. "Where Orgeron, he has the national championship". But does he really though? From a leadership standpoint, that championship is split between Joe Brady, Dave Aranda and Joe Alleva. Coach Whiteboots had nothing to do with it and I mean nothing. While Brady and Aranda were doing their jobs, Farmer Fran was piping Whitesnake through his headset. In fact, the guy can't even take credit for Joe Brady's hire. It was Steev Inzminguh who had to cram Brady down Dacoacheaux's throat. It's well known around BR YawYaw didn't even want to hire the guy. And for the uninitiated, here's a little Dave Aranda history for you. First of all, he was a Miles hire. Whiteboots had nothing to do with it. Secondly, Aranda got that fat contract from Alleva, not because he's some elite coordinator, he's not. He got it because Alleva knew all too well, that without at least one competent coach on staff, LSU would spiral out of control. There's no way Alleva was going to leave LSU football in the hands of Yawyaw and "the slingah". Can you imagine such a disaster? LSU fans dump on him every chance they get but Joe Alleva saved LSU football from itself and did more to secure that championship than Dacoacheaux could have ever dreamed. Dacoacheaux has what he wants now. Two substandard coordinators, who won't threaten his delicate ego and unlike the two previous, won't sass mouth. Dacoacheaux won't take no back talk.