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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Quote Originally Posted by RTR91 View Post
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    Pretty much -

    1. Steve Ensminger isn't a great OC.

    2. They are now admitting Joe Burrow is mediocre.

    3. Their OL is trash.
    and they still beat jawjuh like a rented mule.
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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    and they still beat jawjuh like a rented mule.
    Kirby tee-tee'd his pants in that game. The fake fg attempt early proved that.
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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bamabuzzard View Post
    It doesn't guarantee a win. But it sure does give your team more options on offense. But as I mentioned, talent at QB alone isn't the be all end all either for LSU. Player development and a coaching staff competent enough to put together a game plan that takes advantage of all the QB's strengths plays a role to. With Les this wasn't the case. Les was at constant conflict with people trying to get him to "upgrade" his offensive philosophy to a more quarterback friendly offense. He was as stubborn as a mule in not doing it. Even when he had a quarterback that had the tools. They ran a very basic, conservative offense. No imagination.
    Cam Cameron and Ensmerger are as predictable as Mac and Nuss. They look like geniuses when playing lesser talented or less physical defenses and offenses, but put them in a shootout or big man game and they get exposed. I believe Oeaux needs an OC that is more forward thinking and a QB that isnít a statue in the pocket.

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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    and they still beat jawjuh like a rented mule.
    Kirby is a photo copy of Nick Saban from 99-13. All the advantage but also all the weaknesses as well. The difference is he isnít Nick Saban. Take it for what is worth.

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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    IMO, I don't think coaching mattered in this game. LSU is weak compared to Bama in the trenches. We could have traded coaches and Bama still would have won the game.

    Bama ran the ball and threw the ball at will. LSU couldn't run the ball at all and Burrow got sacked 5 times without a lot of blitzing going on. You can't scheme winning football against that big a talent gap.

    I'm really surprised LSU has done as well as they have so far. Surely Georgia is a better team and just did not properly prepare.

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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Poor corn dogs... don't ya feel sorry for them?

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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Man, Georgia has to be feeling real stupid for losing to LSU... while we beat the heck out of LSU.
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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Quote Originally Posted by JustNeedMe81 View Post
    Man, Georgia has to be feeling real stupid for losing to LSU... while we beat the heck out of LSU.
    Why?

    Georgia is not as good as LSU IMO. I think they are far weaker than most here choose to believe.

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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    I don't think it's that people choose not to believe it, I think that it's more a matter of not wanting to become complacent and look past the SECCG and towards the CFBP...that's when you get stung.JMO...RTR!!!

    =81usaf92;3315361]Why?
    Georgia is not as good as LSU IMO. I think they are far weaker than most here choose to believe.[/QUOTE]

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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Quote Originally Posted by TiderJack View Post
    Amazing how most teams self assessment of themselves changes dramatically after playing Bama. We make every little pimple and flaw very visible.
    What's astounding is that all these points were obvious to me in their first game against Miami. Their OL didn't really move the LOS but Miami's LB took themselves out of plays and lost contain on tailbacks who redirected from inside to off-tackle in the backfield. Burrow was a clear improvement upon Etling but he was hardly a high percentage quarterback. Ensminger's offense really looked about like it did when he was the OC during 2016. Nothing special. They followed this with an offense that ranked among the lowest in the conference in terms of raw numbers and efficiency.

    Either that UGA win was the biggest fluke of the season thus far or UGA has bigger problems than we realize because this LSU team ought not be capable of beating a legit playoff caliber team.
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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Losing can bring focus where it was previously lacking. Not sure if that is what happened to GA, but it sure looked like it to me,.

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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Quote Originally Posted by 81usaf92 View Post
    Why?

    Georgia is not as good as LSU IMO. I think they are far weaker than most here choose to believe.
    Yeah, weíll disagree on that one.
    Just like Barn/Georgia last year, if that game had been in Athens Georgia wins.
    You donít think (as youíve stated before, IIRC) that HFA makes virtually any difference at all.
    LSU is pitiful - at least Georgia has a stout running game with decent backs.
    Bama wonít shutdown Georgiaís running game like they did against LSU. Iím not saying they wonít slow it down.
    Fromm can throw it if heís not ďbehind the chainsĒ in down and distance - heís light years better than Burrow.
    LSU defense might be better than Georgiaís, but not enough to say they are the better team. Barn wasnít better than Georgia last year either, even after they pounded them at the Barn (SECCG in Atlanta, exhibit A).


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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Quote Originally Posted by twofbyc View Post
    Yeah, weíll disagree on that one.
    Just like Barn/Georgia last year, if that game had been in Athens Georgia wins.
    You donít think (as youíve stated before, IIRC) that HFA makes virtually any difference at all.
    LSU is pitiful - at least Georgia has a stout running game with decent backs.
    Bama wonít shutdown Georgiaís running game like they did against LSU. Iím not saying they wonít slow it down.
    Fromm can throw it if heís not ďbehind the chainsĒ in down and distance - heís light years better than Burrow.
    LSU defense might be better than Georgiaís, but not enough to say they are the better team. Barn wasnít better than Georgia last year either, even after they pounded them at the Barn (SECCG in Atlanta, exhibit A).


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    1)UGA played a day game in Tiger Stadium and didnít score in the first half. They got straight up punked on both sides of the ball. Had Florida or UK had a QB then we would be talking about a 3 loss UGA. UGAís defense is a joke, and they have an average at best qb. If we played them tomorrow in Atlanta it would be an Atlanta party for us. If LSU played them again then itís probably the same result.

    2)Also I said HFA doesnít make any difference when talking about GREAT teams.

    3) Auburn last year was better until KJ got injured in the Iron Bowl. Kirby is just a photo copy of 2007-2013 CNS with an in between GMAc and AJ talented QB. I think the fact he gets boat raced often proves how flawed his offensive philosophy is and how inept his QB is when someone shuts down his running game.
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