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  1. LSU Head Coaching Candidates

    UGA? yes. i'm not a big fan of a big time program hiring a first year head coach. guy has to cut his teeth somewhere else first. USCe? unlikely. they don't have the resources or recruits he had available to him at Florida. FU(K FLORIDA!
  2. LSU Head Coaching Candidates

    im not going to say it definitely won't happen. just that if Herman was smart he would avoid that place like the plaque. yeah Texas can (will?) pay a little more than everyone else, but it's a mess in Austin. Problems that can't be fixed by winning football games.
  3. LSU Head Coaching Candidates

    UGA got exactly who they wanted, so they don't fall into that category. USCe also doesn't apply because their guy quit on them. Bust most importantly: F*CK FLORIDA!!!! the can rot in the deepest cesspool hell has to over.
  4. LSU Head Coaching Candidates

    not if he has any sense he won't. that place is an absolute dumpster fire right now. there is a reason every "big name" coach out there has turned them down. Herman will have options. Damn good options.
  5. LSU Head Coaching Candidates

    on the surface I agree with you. but I'd have to see who they pick over him before questioning their intelligence.
  6. LSU Head Coaching Candidates

    I have no doubts O changed somethings that went wrong at Ole Miss. I also think O has already earned a shot at being a head coach in college football. However, I think before he is handed the keys to a top 5 program he needs to prove that at a smaller school first. and no I don't think 8 games as an interim is long enough to prove that he can run a program completely the way it needs to be run. let me preface this by saying Herman is probably not my first choice, but for different reasons than you give. i'm not looking at just the last 3 weeks when I look at Herman. I'm looking at everything he has done in his entire career. his career path is very similar so far to what Urban Meyer's career path took. Except he spent time as an OC (quite successfully with different programs under different HC) and Meyer never was an OC. I honestly think Herman is going to be that next top tier head coach somewhere when he decides to take that jump. And i'm not one to say that about very many people. others i predicted to not do so hot were Holgerson (he's actually already out performed what I expected, and Sumlin who is about what I expected). Personally, I would probably still have Jimbo as my #1, but I'm not 100 solid on any one guy and could easily have my mind changed on who is top of my list. Jimbo has the SEC experience, knows the area as far as recruiting, has the head coaching resume, works wonders with every QB he touches, and is very familiar with the guy we're all chasing in this division.
  7. LSU Head Coaching Candidates

    this is my biggest fear with both O and Herman. O because, let's be honest here. He has only one full time HC gig on his resume and it wasn't pretty. he is a career poison coach who would probably not be on our short list under any other circumstances. I do think the guy deserves another shot to prove that he is better than he was at Ole Miss. I don't think LSU is in a position to take that gamble right now. This may be the most important coaching hire for LSU in our lifetimes. We really cannot afford to make the wrong hire on this one. And unfortunately for O, he's the only guy on the list who has an absolute colossal failure in his past. He also has the distinction of being on two different staffs during major violations (Miami & USC) that led to sanctions, and the fiasco of how they left Tennessee. I like O, love his personality and passions for this program and this state. Herman, because i don't know if he has his sights set higher. Does the guy have NFL aspirations? Does he have a "dream job" somewhere he's waiting for? I honestly do not know these answers. while I would love for Aranda to stay as long as possible, you can't force him on the new guy. he has to be able to hire his own staff.
  8. LSU Head Coaching Candidates

    the only coach currently "available" that does play against SEC caliber every week is Orgeron. if that's the requirement, no need to interview anyone else. name one head coach that doesn't have at least one such loss on his resume. if we don't give O the head job, he's gone. that's my gut feeling. as far as "candy of the moment", that phrase would apply more to Coach O than to Herman. Herman is a rising star who has been on the hot list for a while now. O was not on anyone's want list until we beat a [poopy] Mizzou team.
  9. LSU Head Coaching Candidates

    LSU fans need to brace themselves for one of two scenarios. Either we hire someone else and O most likely leaves. Or we hire the guy with probably the weakest overall resume and probably the lowest overall ceiling to be our next head coach. that's basically our two choices going forward. not meaning this at you directly, but more toward the sentiment in general I see across our fanbase. it amazes me how the most recent 1 or 2 games immediately seems to erase every thing else about potential coaches. since Les Miles has been fired: A. Tom Herman has one bad loss. The Navy loss is nowhere near what people are making it out to be. This ain't the Navy of 10 years ago. they went 11-2 last year and have a great chance at finishing this regular season at 11-1. That is a very good ball club in Annapolis. The SMU game was a bad loss. No sugarcoating it. Name one Head Coach on the planet that doesn't have at least a few of those on his resume somewhere. B. Ed Orgeron ran the football down the throats of the 3 worst rushing defenses LSU has faced all year. Yes the offense is immensely better than what Miles was running. Yes we played against some dreadful defenses these last 3 games. so which of nick saban's THREE assistant head coaches should be the actual head coach now? every HC has guys there to help navigate the way. the burden on the head guy is absolutely ridiculous, so they all hire guys and hand them tasks to lighten their load.
  10. The Topic About Anything [2014 - present]

    ok, so this lil lap dog thing shows up at my house about a week or so ago. no clue what kinda concoction this thing is, but it definitely ain't pure anything. cute lil thing. very similar color scheme and markings to Mikie. lil bitty creature too. as per the vet, only about 10 weeks old. took her all of about 40 seconds to wrap my wife around her finger and basically try to take over the house. sweet little runt. loves to lay next you and roll over so you can rub her belly. but here's the kicker: this phucking thing is freaking ADHD! or constantly high on Angel Dust. not sure which. sprints all out everywhere she goes. bounces (literally) from toy to toy just on a whim. will pinch off a turd to go bite a ball, only to quit to finish the turd. not too bright either. Mikie for the most part tolerates her living in his universe. ad sometimes will even play with her a little bit. but she is retarded and doesn't know when to stop. even when he informs her he's had enough. this thing is either too stupid to realize she'd fit entirely in his mouth, or the PCP is distorting her sense of reality. shes extremely lucky that mikie isn't a violent dog. because this is definitely his domain. he just lets her live here because the cats hate her.
  11. LSU Head Coaching Candidates

    Arnsparger was hired before i was old enough to know what was going on, so can't really comment on that one. but im thinking LSU's hiring in practices in the 80s and 90s is not something you would use as an example of how to build a program.

    havent rewatched it, so going strictly off your assessment. fair or not, the offensive guy typically gets that call. as a former High School DB, i hate that it goes that way, but it is what it is.
  13. LSU Head Coaching Candidates

    that would have been epic, but not the point im trying to make. just wanting to illustrate that O's success as an interim coach so far has largely been him feasting on really bad teams. now, that doesn't mean he can't or won't have success against top level competition going forward. just that so far as a head coach in the equivalent of 4 full seasons, he's never done it.
  14. Theo Epstein

    with the Cubs winning the NLCS last night, Theo Epstein has now been an integral part of breaking two of the most famous "curses" in sports history. Prior to '04, the Red Sox had not won the world series since 1918. the year before the sold Babe Ruth to the Yankees. this kicked off the "Curse of the Bambino". came close several times, but always failed. typically in heartbreaking fashion. an 86 year drought was erased by a team largely assembled by GM Theo Epstein, officially putting an end to the curse. Prior to this year, the Cubs haven't been to the Series since 1945. During that '45 series a fan was not allowed to bring his goat to a game. That fan then put the well publicized "Curse of the Billy Goat" on the Cubbies. He vowed that not only would they lose that series, but they would never again REACH a World Series. Well, it's now 2016 and thanks largely to moves mad by President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein, the Cubs have broken that curse and are headed to the World Series.

    one of the 3 (the second one on him) was an absolutely horrendous call. one (the third called on him) was a call the WR will get almost every single time. i never saw a replay of the first one, so cannot comment.