Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by LSU, Mar 10, 2004.
Congrats to Bass. While being largely overshadowed this season by LLoreda, he has really stepped up his game and made impacts when it really counted. Hopefully this offense will be able to move some players around and have him become a significant cog in the works. It says alot that he has been double-teamed the last couple of games.
Congratulations Brandon. You've played great all season. And it sure is nice to have someone who can shoot better than 50% from the line, especially a big man.
props to brandon bass as well as to john brady for recruiting the best freshman in the league.
:geaux: :lsup: :lsug:
Uh-oh now you've done it.....the Brady bashers will be all over this one.
Bass has been a great player and hopefully he will be around for 2-3 more years to help LSU get to the greener pastures in the late rounds of the NCAA tourney.
I guess this could be considered contributing as a freshman, eh sourdoughman?
congrats brandon, im sure with your talent u might get a player of the year award while your here, o yea coaches might as well give us the next 2 freshman of the year awards with big baby , and hopefully mr tasmin mitchell
Congratulations to him, maybe he'll play like the SEC freshman of the year the rest of the season and I'll be happy.
Actually now thinking about it, part of the problem of this team could be no leadership
or consistant play from veteran players from this team such as Hudson and Whipple.
Anyway, I'm trying to stay positive and I'm going to enjoy the next 3 days of NCAA basketball via SEC tourney and the rest whether LSU loses or wins by 100 points or not. I do enjoy this time of the year and Cinderella teams in the dance and all.
With that being said Geaux Tigers
thank your doctor for me for upping your prozac.
Whatever you say ole buddy ole pal :grin: