Meet LSU's new defensive boss ... same as the old boss?
It's time to hit the reset button for the LSU defense. Last week in a season opening, 31-23 win at Washington, the Tigers virtually picked up right where they left off in the 2008 regular season.
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#1 Sep 13, 2009
It's only a matter of time - LSU is goingto get run off the field and it'll be a shame because they have all the potential they need to play some really great football. The problem? What ever else they learned in preseason they didn't learn the one thing that seperates the champions from the also rans. Football is a "smash mouth" game from the first whistle to the last. And if I kick your butt harder than youkick mine, I'm the winner. Say what you like - Nick understood this, not certain at all that Les does. John is suppose to, but ls far......
Oh, well, it's only a game.
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