Is everybody settled down & laidback.......

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  1. TNT

    TNT Founding Member

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    ...since Smoke led us to a 2-0 in Omaha? :cuss:
     
  2. -T-

    -T- Founding Member

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    you are obviously an ole miss fan.
     
  3. tigerb8

    tigerb8 Founding Member

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    LAID BACK?????? ARE YOU KIDDING?????? I'm still in awe of what Smoke did to get this team that far!!!!! GOOOOOO TIGERS!!!!!! Smoke'em!!!!!
     
  4. lsucurlyq

    lsucurlyq Founding Member

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    Thanks!!! I'm glad that for the most part people are positive about all of this...this team never made excuses for anything happening this year and I'm so proud of every one of them...if anyone sees them, be sure to tell them!
     
  5. Bengal B

    Bengal B Founding Member

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    What is going to be your beef with Smoke next year when we win the CWS? That they didn't win by a bigger margin? No matter - there is no point spread in baseball.
     
  6. Jean Lafitte

    Jean Lafitte The Old Guard

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    TNT: Go soak your head

    in a bucket of crap.

    The LSU baseball team and the coach did an outstanding job this year.

    They EXCEEDED every reasonable expectation of all of the baseball experts.

    There are a lot of jealous fans of other schools that love to taunt us LSU fans. I've got a hunch that you are one of them.

    :lsug:
     
  7. Tiger Dabbs

    Tiger Dabbs T.D.

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    Re: TNT: Go soak your head


    Is this the same guy that posted "there is no excuse for this loss" on another thread????

    I see a hint of multiple personality disorder. :D
     
  8. SabanFan

    SabanFan The voice of reason

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    Jean has seen the error of his ways. Welcome to the fold.
     
  9. SabanFan

    SabanFan The voice of reason

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    ...And please enlighten us. What would you have done differently? How would you have avoided 2 and out? Surely, you have the answers. Let's hear them.
     
  10. Jean Lafitte

    Jean Lafitte The Old Guard

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    Re: Re: TNT: Go soak your head

    The tone of my post "no excuse" was completely lost in the translation. My intent was to convey the sense of frustration that you and I feel when we get a "C" on a test that we know that we should have gotten an "A" on. We got the C, because we had a rare bad day. We didn't concentrate, or whatever. We know that we get the A four times out of trying five times. We are frustrated at ourselves for getting the C, and we say to ourselves: "There is no excuse for me getting a C on that test."

    Now, if you've done your best and a C is the most you are going to achieve, nobody needs to be in your face yelling, "There's no excuse for getting that C."

    My post was not meant to be like the latter situation, but like the former. I'll bet that the LSU baseball team knows that they should have won that game against SC.
     

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