Pat Mycrotch

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It worked out to Alabama having to put 8 and sometimes even 9 in the box to stop him, but guess what ??? Alabama won’t be so lucky by only having to defend the middle of the field between the hashmarks anymore. Nope, Alabama is gonna have to defend the whole field now. Yep, Alabama is gonna have to take those little extra heavy DL & LB’s, but a step or two slower players because of it, have to go out there and play 1 on 1 in space against some of the very best skill position players in the country. This isn’t a good matchup for Alabama’s defense. LSU with the way their defense is built makes for a lot harder matchup for a team like Clemson.
C’mon now, let’s don't get carried away with it. That game honestly could’ve very easily been real bad for Auburn. That 3 point difference in the score wasn’t a true indication of the game. Auburn got doubled up on yardage, with the bulk of Auburn’s entire offensive output in the game came on just 2 plays in the game. LSU bypassed 2 chip shot FG’s, in favor of going for it on 4th down, they missed an extra point. LSU had a turnover at the goal line going in for a TD. Auburn’s first FG drive was aided 3 different times by LSU defensive penalties on 3rd downs that Auburn didn’t convert. LSU dropped several INT’s that were in their hands. LSU had one WR knock a sure TD pass away from another LSU WR. Burrow missed on 2 more passes that would’ve been TD’s on inside slants. Auburn was lucky as hell that they didn’t get 50 or 60 hung on them in that game. Outside of the late 4th quarter TD drive Auburn had, they got completely shut down by LSU’s defense in the 2nd half. That was by far the worst game that LSU has played this season. It was raining off & on, the field was in bad shape because of all of the rain the field had on for a couple of days straight leading up to the game. LSU had penalty after penalty in the game to the tone of 115 yards, yet even with all of that. LSU still put over 500 yards of offense on a top 10 ranked Auburn team. Burrow was 32 of 42, 320 something yards, 1 TD & 1 INT. Burrow also had 40 something yards rushing & 1 rushing TD. LSU left a lot of points out on the field in that game, and I mean a lot. That game could’ve been real ugly for Auburn, real quick. In my opinion, LSU was never in danger of losing that game.
People don’t act like a bunch of dumbasses. Everybody and their brother knew that LSU was gonna move to #1 if they beat Auburn. I mean all of the AP voters were saying all week that if LSU beat Auburn they were gonna move LSU to #1 regardless of what any other top 5 ranked team did this week, their resume justified the move. I also know for fact that 99% of LSU fans didn’t won’t to be ranked ahead of Alabama going into the Nov. 9th game between the 2 teams. Simply because they didn’t won’t the #1 ranking gave to them, they wanted to take the #1 ranking from Alabama on the field Nov. 9th.
Every single one of y’all are wrong. It doesn’t have to be a helmet to helmet hit for it to be targeting. “ANY FORCIBLE CONTACT TO THE HEAD & NECK AREA OF A DEFENSELESS PLAYER IS DEFINED AS TARGETING”. Naturally, leading with the crown of your helmet or launching yourself are the easy ones to pick out, but like I’ve said, those aren’t the only one’s that’s considered by rule as being targeting. Regardless of what the ex- official said during the game, that was 100 % targeting on Joe Burrow. Burrow’s arms were pinned to his side by the initial defensive player, which in turn left Burrow’s upper body total unprotected, without him having a means to protect his upperbody. The 2nd Auburn defensive player came in and clearly initiated contact to the head & neck area of a defenseless Joe Burrow. Although the initial contact was with his shoulder, it was still to the head & neck area of a defenseless player. Per NCAA rule, that was in fact forcible contact to the head & neck area of a defenseless player, and should’ve been called as such. This is a very misinterpreted rule by all parties that’s in serious need of major language changes to help simplify & clarify as to just exactly what truly is or isn’t targeting. Simply because per NCAA rule, that hit was in fact targeting and should’ve been called. To many people are lost to the fact that it can be any part of a player’s body to the head & neck area of a defenseless player, the leading with the crown of your head and or launching yourself to the head & neck area of a player part holds true whether it is or isn’t a defenseless player or not.
Actually the road team has had the advantage in the LSU & Alabama rivalry over the last 40 years or so. LSU’s offense will also be by far the best offense that Alabama has played against as well. It’s no secret, it’s been said for several years now that Alabama’s worst nightmare is LSU with an up tempo spread offense.
A lot of the LSU defensive backups didn’t even play in that game. LOL !!! LSU literally having WR’s playing DB in that game doesn’t fall in line with most of them being former starters. LOL !!! ZERO WR’s played DB for LSU in any game last year outside of the UCF game. UCF was given some garbage time game shortening late 4th quarter points in that game by LSU. LSU played a soft zone in the majority of the 4th quarter to make UCF burn the clock, hence shortening a game that they were in total control of. Those garbage time points made the score look better than what the actual game remotely was. UCF was totally man handled by LSU in that game, go look at the stats for that game. That game honestly looked like a group of 5 team against an elite power 5 team. UCF was completely doubled up in yardage in that game and that was including the late game garbage yardage that LSU gave UCF, alone with having WR’s playing DB. Oh & btw, Florida’s AD isn’t allowed to partake in any conversation that involves the University of Florida when it comes to the selection committee.
This article is filled with about as many inaccuracies as this comment section is. One being the fact that LSU & Herman discussed a number that was more than what he got from Texas. LSU broke off the negotiations with both Fisher & Herman, it wasn’t the other way around. LSU talked to Fisher about a $6.8 million dollars a year contract. Fisher wanted it for 10 years, LSU said no. Fisher countered with a $6.4 million dollars a year contract for 10 years, LSU again said no. LSU then told Jimmy Sexton & Fisher that they weren’t gonna give him a 10 year contract for any amount of money. LSU then thanked Sexton & Fisher for their time and informed them that they were gonna move on to another candidate. Tom Herman and LSU had a handshake verbal agreement for $6.8 million dollars a year for 5 years. Texas fired Charlie Strong the next day, Herman informs LSU that he would like to hear what Texas had to say before he signed anything. LSU inform Herman right then & there that they’ve decided to go in a different direction and thanked him for his time. Within the next day or so, LSU announced Ed Orgeron as their new head football coach. Ed Orgeron was Joe Alleva’s #1 choice throughout the entire process, alone with being the only one of the three that LSU actually laid a sign-able contract down in front of. All of this LSU being here, there & yonder as a program is crazy talk. For example, LSU is the winningest SEC football program over the last 20 years, not Alabama, Georgia or Florida. LSU has the 4th highest winning percentage in all of college football over the last 20 years., no other SEC member school ranks ahead of them in that stat. LSU is the single only FBS football program in the entire country that has won at least 8 games or more every single season for 20 consecutive seasons, not Alabama, Ohio St., Oklahoma, Florida, Georgia, come here lately Clemson, Notre Dame, USC, Florida St., Auburn, Oregon, Texas, Nebraska, Penn St., Miami, Boise St., the 2017 national champions UCF ( Alabama jab ), Virginia Tech or any other school in the entire country that plays major college football. The Alabama record that people like to talk about, well about half of those Alabama games since 2011 LSU honestly should’ve won. Several of those games had to be decided in overtime, alone with LSU totally out playing Alabama in the 2012, 2014 & 2017 games ( the score of the 2017 games wasn’t a true assessment of how that game actually played out ) . In the 2017 game on 6 different occasions LSU had a WR that was 10 plus yards behind the entire Alabama defense., their QB missed on all 6 of those pass attempts. Just a couple of years before Alabama got on this win streak against LSU, well LSU took something like 7 of 8 or 8 of 9 from Alabama. Over the past 20 years or so, the LSU & Alabama series is pretty much split down the middle in wins for each other. Not on Clemson’s level ?? Well the actual truth is out of all of the SEC teams, LSU is Clemson’s worst nightmare. LSU doesn’t lose to spread offensive system using teams. LSU’s defense is probably the fastest in the entire country from sideline to sideline. That’s what makes them so good against the spread offense. Alabama’s defense isn’t built for that, their strength is up the middle.
This list is nothing more than a guess too, right ?? The proof is in the pudding as they say. LSU didn’t start calling theirselves DBU, it was NFL . Com that did. LSU had 14 DB’s in the NFL with 10 of them being starters. Nobody else was even close to that number, so shut the hell up and worry about beating Kentucky before worrying about anything else.
Ruston has produced a ton of major college football players throughout the years. Rutgers would probably be better served to just drop the lawsuit against Ruston on the condition that the Ruston football team has to play all of Rutgers football games for them each season. That alone would increase Rutgers win total each season by a couple of games or so. Hell, Ruston has probably produced more NFL players than what Rutgers has. LOL!!!! The sad part about that is the fact there might actually be a little bit of validity to that statement. LOL!!!!
The man was complimenting Starr, yet instead another dumba$$ Alabama fan has to be an a$$hole. Typical Alabama football fan logic at its finest right there. SMH!!!!
Yep, because it was former LSU great Jimmy Taylor that was the Lynchpin that held Lombardi’s packer’s together. Is that good enough research for you ABryant1960 ?
Oh and that Florida St. should’ve had 2 consecutive seasons without playing in a bowl game as well.
Why ?? Didn’t Jimbo Fisher have to reschedule a cancelled game against the University of Louisiana Monroe during his last season at Florida St. just to get to 6 wins to be able to play in a bowl game ? What’s even worse is the fact that even with 6 wins that season Florida St. still actually wasn’t bowl eligible for that season because of their schedule, their schedule that season dictated that they were suppose to have 7 wins to be bowl eligible for Jimbo Fisher’s last season at Florida St. The NCAA didn’t catch their mistake until it was to late to correct it. Therefore meaning that Florida St’s. decline certainly started under Jimbo Fisher.
Orgeron will also clean up in the state of Louisiana as well when it’s said and done for the 2020 recruiting cycle, watch and see.
LOL!!!! Son you got to have players to win with, that’s something that he didn’t have at Ole Miss when he took that program over. Little known fact, the Ole Miss program was in such bad shape when he took over the program that the Ole Miss president & AD both admitted that Orgeron wasn’t given the tools to be successful as a head coach when he was at Ole Miss. Orgeron told Ole Miss that he had a talent depleted roster and was only given a 1/4 of the money to recruit with that LSU & Florida ( who was the SEC’s flag bearers in football at that time ) was given each season. Yet even still Orgeron did an excellent job in recruiting, even finishing with a top 10 ranked recruiting class during his last recruiting cycle as Ole Miss’s head coach, which was evident by Houston Nutt’s early success at Ole Miss with all Ed Orgeron recruited players. As a I recall, Ed Orgeron is 2-0 against MSU as LSU’s permanent head football coach.
Dado isn’t leaving Clemson. Sometimes it’s more important to a person what they have built on their own than what was already there before them. Jeremy Pruitt Is a head scratcher though, let’s be honest about him, he’s honestly yet to prove anything as a head coach. I’ll always have that Image in my mind of so-called defensive wizard Jeremy Pruitt getting his ass handed to him on national television when he was the defensive coordinator at defending 6-A Alabama state champions Hoover High School by a 2-A coach for a team from southeast Louisiana, that guy coaches circles around Jeremy Pruitt and from what I’ve seen he still would. Florida, LSU, Georgia & Texas A&M or all improving at a pretty good clip, things are fixing to get a lot harder for Alabama in the SEC, especially with LSU & Florida going to more of a RPO style offense, which has been Nick Saban’s Kryptonite. Many coaches have ties to SEC schools and understand the landscape that doesn’t currently coach in the SEC. Nick Saban is great at building a deeply talented roster and winning games with it, but he’s not the greatest coach ever. Like I’ve said, the best defensive game plan Saban has ever came up with against an elite up tempo spread offensive RPO offense was when he ran crying to the NCAA trying to get them to outlaw those type of offenses by claiming they were dangerous to the players, wonder if that had anything to do with him still not being able to figure out how to stop them??? Makes you wonder, now doesn’t it ??? I mean just look at the Clemson game, Saban made exactly 0 adjustments defensively in that game, ZERO!!! He was totally clueless in how to stop Clemson. Yet teams such as Texas A&M, who actually should’ve beat Clemson and Syracuse was able to figure it out. I mean what about that great fake punt attempt Saban put on in that game ??? All of those #1 ranked recruiting classes and still get your add whipped like that, right ?? Saban wins by out talenting the other team, not by our coaching them. That’s why he never sits a player that starts or plays meaningful minutes in a game regardless of what they’ve done wrong when having to play against a good team. He will do it against a scrub team, but not against a good one. A truly great coach can scheme their way to wins x’s & o’s wise over more talented teams, that’s not Nick Saban. I mean he was 34-24-1 at Michigan St. while only having one season with less than 5 losses, yet Steve Spurrier for example won the ACC at Duke by out scheming more talented teams with his fun & gun offense. I mean what’s Saban’s claim to fame ??? What has he done that’s actually changed the way the game is played out on the field outside of just having better players than what everybody else does that’s using the same exact generic run of the mill schemes that Saban uses that were devolved by many different coaches before he ever came alone ???? Saban was involved with an Academic scandal at LSU & now players being paid at Alabama, which most people already knew anyway. Does that say great coach or a coach that knows that his success revolves around having to out talent the other teams that he plays against ???
Oh and something else that most don’t know about. That very same jackass finished 21,400 and something in the Chicago Marathon and had his shoes bronze plated, then posted it on Twitter bragging about it.
He’s just a person that doesn’t know just exactly how that works. The Gymnastics team put that up to thank everyone and to list their accomplishment on the season. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with doing that. What numbnuts is thinking about is the ole everybody gets a trophy mentality, when others tell you that it’s ok to come up short on your ultimate goal of winning something. Two totally different things in this case.
I mean let’s be honest about it, the coaches that LSU “ SUPPOSEDLY “ was trying to hire over Ed Orgeron, Jimbo Fisher & Tom Herman. Well during Ed Orgeron’s 2 seasons as LSU’s head football coach he’s finished both of those seasons with a better win/loss record and ranked higher nationally than both of those coaches in each season, with Fisher having to be given a gift by a very bad SEC officiating crew to beat Ed Orgeron head to head in a 7 overtime game. Texas A&M honestly loss that game 4 different times, only to be bailed out by piss poor officiating.
I believe that you’re as lost as the writer of the article. He’s talking about the style of offense. You know, the offensive scheme. What was. It again that he said ?? Certainly an interesting statement, right ? Since when has saying that you finally have the offensive scheme in place that you’ve wanted since becoming LSU’s head football coach.
What in the hell are you even talking about ? What does Les Miles have to do with Little Cat U when it comes to the 2007 season ? I mean outside of the fact it was his LSU team that actually did win the National Championship that season, right ? As I recall his QB that season was Matt Flynn, who from best I can tell had as good of a BACKUP NFL QB career as what Chase Daniels did, but hey what do I know right ?
Yet the coach that did have all of those #1 recruiting classes had to politic his team into games that they were unable to win their way into, right ?
Yet the coach that did have all of those #1 recruiting classes had to politic his team into games that they were unable to win their way into, right ?
LOL!!! I think that I would take LSU over those 3. I mean after all they did run UGA off the field last year. They beat AU, lose a game to UF that they really should’ve won, with UT being lucky that they didn’t have to play them, because they would’ve got that ass whipped by them like they did the year before.
Those numbers are nothing more than guess work, as Rivals had Georgia at #1, Alabama at #2 & LSU at #3 in their rankings. Now this is the part that confuses people, it’s not always about where your recruiting class is ranked. As it’s much more about did you fill your needs for a recruiting cycle with quality players, that’s what matters most so than anything else when it comes to recruiting. For example, a team can sign numinous different 4 & 5 star RB’s, WR’s, DB’s & QB’s and end up with a very high ranked recruiting class because of all of those 4 & 5 star RB’s, WR’s, QB’s & DB’s that they signed. Yet they failed miserably at bringing in some quality offensive & defensive linemen, alone with some LB’s. Sometimes those needed position players that you have to have for a recruiting cycle are only ranked as 3 star players or lower. Those players will bring your points average down for that recruiting cycle, but you had to have them to fill holes on your team at positions that were depth depleted. That’s what got Les Miles during his last few seasons at LSU and is one of the main reasons why he got ran off from LSU. Miles has all of those high ranking recruiting classes because of all of the high ranking 4 & 5 star RB’s, WR’s, QB’s & DB’s, while his offensive & defensive line didn’t even have enough players to go 7 on 7 against each other at practice.
The actual truth is LSU pulled more kids from the state of Alabama this recruiting cycle than what Alabama pulled from the state of Louisiana.