In partnership with CBSSports.com
Online Now 1110
On this Board 824Record: 5117 (12/6/2012)
Online now 1158Record: 5105 (2/14/2012)
You have no favorite boards.
Contact Me for an Insurance Quote
If you want you can follow me on Twitter @dallasaggie12
Gotta hope we can swing an early game for Death Valley, even 2:30 would be better than a night game.
Men, it's a new age. If we keep our tackles, hell even ONE of them, I have little reason to say we can't beat Bama at home.
Every other game is very winnable. Even with our losses, we've got less disadvantages next year than we had this year.
Indeed, we are bringing more talented personell this class and we will have developed the talent of the last class. Our secondary will be much more experienced, and our LB's are going to be bigger and faster, though less experienced.
Our offense is going to be nails as our rungame steps up with Brandon Williams, who was mentioned even MORE than Evans was, and we all know how Evans surprised us. That duo with JFF is going to be rock solid, and JFF will be even more comfortable, faster on release, and as elusive as ever.
LSU loses 4 defensive lineman next year, and that's IF Monty and Mingo don't declare, which pushes from 4 to 6. They also lose both starting OT's, their TE, and their Center. Their line is going to be gutted of their starters. That doesn't make them an automatic win, with their depth, but it gives us a defensive edge should we only lose Nealy and Moore. If we keep even one of our OT's there's no reason this game couldn't be winnable.
A new age, my friends. A MNC may be our standard next year.
AUBREY BLOOM CONTRIBUTED TO THIS COMMENT
Maybe posting's just not your game. I know, let's have a spelling contest.
247Sports In partnership with CBS Sports