Expectations 2004

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  1. ramah

    ramah Founding Member

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    It's time again ... expectations are bubbling over this year after an improbable NC for LSU in 2003

    Link to my Expectations 2003 post listed below:

    http://www.tigerforums.com/archive/index.php/t-5253 ... sorry, Red!

    LSU has not just turned the corner ... they are on top of the College Football World ... this 2004 season is the most anticipated ever in LSU history.

    The rise was so damn sudden ... They're all in ~D~E~N~I~A~L~

    I remember when we'd play ball as a kid and really put a good plan together and just beat the heat out of the other kids ... usually by beating them with better man on man matchups or special plays ... they'd always scream for a rematch ... and we'd whip 'em again ... and again ... and again ... until they realized how they were getting beat ...

    what did they do then ... they'd finally adjust or whimper until we "evened" the sides up by giving them some of our good players ...

    well ... Auburn, Georgia and the rest don't have that luxury.

    LSU's current "UNACKNOWLEDGED" dominance and reign of the SEC will be source for inspiration for this team in 2004.

    Already cast underdogs at Auburn & Georgia ... absolutely laughable for those "in the know" ... guys like me cashed in bigtime last year when LSU covered the spread in all but 2 games ... saw it up front when most ... especially Vegas ... didn't.

    Well ... it seems Vegas hasn't learned their lesson yet ... my, my, my what are we to do here ... just like the kids back on the FB field ... they wanna see it again.

    :champs: :champs: :champs: :champs: :champs: :champs:
    Time to cash in now! Do it! If you need to go to a bank and take a loan out to throw $1,000 on LSU ... do it!

    Whatever you do ... don't miss out on this free money ... when Vegas wises up and starts posting proper point spreads for LSU ... you'll know about it ...

    Gentlemen ... I pledge to continue to bust Vegas in their fat azzes until LSU is shown proper gamblin' line respect ...

    LSU -17 vs. OSU ... Leap on this one ... LSU dee will shut OSU out :thumb:

    LSU + 1.5 versus Auburn ... Christmas is here early ... a smart man could bet 10,000 and retire from gambling in 2004 ... pay for a wonderful X-mas for his family and have a wonderful vacation somewhere ... courtesy of Snide Vegas

    I have $15,000 USD earmarked for this contest ... I have planned a fantastic 2-week long trip to Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Northern Italy and the French Alps with my winnings from the Auburn game ... money in the bank

    LSU + 5 against Georgia ... LOL ... as good a bet as the Auburn game

    These lines will go down after LSU destroys OSU ... so lock onto these early spreads ... and do it now ... as a matter of fact ... I'll predict now ... again this year ... LSU will be favored in every contest at game time ... favored in Auburn after they destroy OSU ... favored or Pick 'em in GA after they destroy Auburn ... it's coming

    The Harvest just needs another couple of breaks (no pun intended in the injury department) and an unbeaten season, SEC Championship or National Championship game is another plum for the picking.

    Many folks ... again, this year ... are just too quick to write off this team.

    The LSU fan polls most common choice shows LSU with 2 losses ... :hihi:

    Just like those little kids on the playground ... they gotta see it again :dis:
     
  2. Mr. Peabody

    Mr. Peabody Founding Member

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    Now that you guys are at the top with a National Championship, you will have a bulls eye painted on you. Everyone, including the big underdog teams will be looking to make the headlines with an upset against you. It's the price of fame.

    Good luck on your season.

    I can't wait. It's just 23 days until our season begins.
     
  3. ramah

    ramah Founding Member

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    Nick's Karma is fine ... How about Stoopsie's Karma?

    One thing is for sure ... Saban will win conservatively, even with that bullseye, and the games will be hard fought and clean ...

    because Saban calls off the dogs with a 3 or 4 TD lead and goes with wholesale subs ...

    Stoops waits for a 7 TD lead to satisfy his "half a hundred" size ego ... must be that Napolean complex he suffers from ... I hear he's 4 foot 16 inches tall and about 190 pounds ... a real butterbean

    The kinda hatred he's fostered for OU with these Big 12 routes doesn't get forgiven ... I expect tons of cheap shots on White this year ... out of pure hatred ...

    the kind of hatred you don't generate by calling off the dogs early

    So, I wouldn't give a bucket of piss for the chances of White ... with a 200% bigger than any Bullseye LSU has this year.

    Denial is a river in Africa ... it will wash away all your sins when you jump in :wink:
     
  4. Gandalf

    Gandalf Founding Member

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    Gee Mr. Peabody, I would say the bullseye may actually be just as big on the Sooner's backs as it is on ours. Your boys are loaded. I'm guessing that you break the record for first round draft picks from one school in a single season in the draft this year. Wouldn't it be wonderful if there was a re-match and your boy White got a shot at some payback? No need to be humble man, IMO, you guys are the team to beat this year.
     
  5. SabanFan

    SabanFan The voice of reason

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    I don't have to borrow $1000. I have $1000. But I don't gamble it. Which is why I have $1000. It's the circle of life.
     
  6. TejasTiger

    TejasTiger Founding Member

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    Thanks. Love to see you guys once again in Miami.

    BTW, your home opener against Bowling Green is one I have my eye on for that weekend. Any word on the opening line in that one?

    Though they lost Josh Harris, Bowling Green is still a top MAC team, one that doesn't fear big name opponents. I imagine Vegas will make OU a huge home favorite.
     
  7. ramah

    ramah Founding Member

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    Gambling isn't for the timid

    I don't step foot in any casinos and pull levers ... I don't throw my money away in slot machines or craps tables ... yet somehow, I have managed to win just a tad over 200,000 in college FB gambling in the past 9 years ... concentrating 95% on SEC games ...

    never had a season with less than about $12,000 winnings

    never bet a game heavy I didn't do thorough research on

    Some of put our money where our mouth runs ... some of us just run that mouth
     
  8. diamondheadtiger

    diamondheadtiger Founding Member

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    LMMFAO, "go to the bank and borrow $1000" :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

    My expectations are a trip to Atlanta, anything less and the season would be a BUST :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
     
  9. ramah

    ramah Founding Member

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    Miami ... or bust ... this time I wanna see this LSU team bitch slap the rest of college FB ... I wanna see the teeth, spit and blood fly in 2004 ... I wanna see teams bring their players off the field horizontally ...

    and shut these no good disrespectful phuckkers (the usual suspects) up once and for all about LSU FB

    ~R~E~P~E~A~T~ in 2004 :lsug: :champs:
     
  10. tirk

    tirk im the lyrical jessie james

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    vegas' lines are correct til they get lopsided money to tell them otherwise but being you invest that much, obviously you know that.
     

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