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

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

    Obviously LSU was overrated and our schedule is still pooh.

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    We knew it was coming. It was only a matter of time.

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

    Woooo, that was a poorly written waste of time.....
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    As "average" as Bama's qb's have been labeled (pre-Tua of course) they have still been a lot better than what LSU has had. Until they can get true quarterback talent they really don't have much choice as to what offense they run. However, as I say that I also think they haven't had the coaching personnel to actually develop talent either. Then you add on top of that their past two coaches have been highly conservative on offense. Bad combination for wanting a good offense.
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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bamabuzzard View Post
    As "average" as Bama's qb's have been labeled (pre-Tua of course) they have still been a lot better than what LSU has had. Until they can get true quarterback talent they really don't have much choice as to what offense they run. However, as I say that I also think they haven't had the coaching personnel to actually develop talent either. Then you add on top of that their past two coaches have been highly conservative on offense. Bad combination for wanting a good offense.
    This is where CNS continues to amaze people. He's done just what CPB was willing to do. Totally change or adjust his scheme.

    Remember in 2009 when we had to beat South Carolina by running Mark Ingram out of the wildcate for a large portion of the game??? Who could have ever imagined we'd have an offense this dynamic now???

    Of course, CNS has also made a big change in how he recruited defensive players too. Just amazing!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Bamabuzzard View Post
    As "average" as Bama's qb's have been labeled (pre-Tua of course) they have still been a lot better than what LSU has had. Until they can get true quarterback talent they really don't have much choice as to what offense they run. However, as I say that I also think they haven't had the coaching personnel to actually develop talent either. Then you add on top of that their past two coaches have been highly conservative on offense. Bad combination for wanting a good offense.
    Mettenberger was a true QB, but they still couldnít beat us either time.
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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Quote Originally Posted by 81usaf92 View Post
    Mettenberger was a true QB, but they still couldnít beat us either time.
    Then I would posit that it isn't the lack of QB talent, it's a lack of QB COACHING talent. And I think that's been LSU's problem since about 2006.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by 81usaf92 View Post
    Mettenberger was a true QB, but they still couldn’t beat us either time.
    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.
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    Re: In Da Film Room: Iíve Seen This Before (LSU Perspective)

    Quote Originally Posted by 81usaf92 View Post
    Mettenberger was a true QB, but they still couldn’t beat us either time.
    I would bet Mettenberger is still sore from the beating he took. Never seen a QB crawl like that.

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

    Even when LSU had good Quarterbacks. they didn't know what to do with them.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by BamaMoon View Post
    This is where CNS continues to amaze people. He's done just what CPB was willing to do. Totally change or adjust his scheme.

    Remember in 2009 when we had to beat South Carolina by running Mark Ingram out of the wildcate for a large portion of the game??? Who could have ever imagined we'd have an offense this dynamic now???

    Of course, CNS has also made a big change in how he recruited defensive players too. Just amazing!
    I was listening to the interview with Gary Danielson on Paul Finebaum and Gary said to similar effect. He said that what was amazing about Saban is that he does differently what most successful coaches do. Most coaches will stick with what brings them success or try to make who they recruit fit "their" mold. Saban OTOH will change and retool constantly to try to reach another level.

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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.
    Amazing how most teams self assessment of themselves changes dramatically after playing Bama. We make every little pimple and flaw very visible.

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