LSU Florida Game Feelings

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  1. CalcoTiger

    CalcoTiger Live Long and Prosper IVI

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    I would like to see the Tigers Offense look like they did in the Arizona game when everything was clicking. I think they were a little too keyed up in the Georgia game and it messed with their concentration.

    I hope the game plan is similar to the one for Georgia on the defense side. Attack, attack, and attack again.

    Florida is going to be ready to play but i think it comes down to LSU has the better team and if they come to play the Tigers will win by a decent margin.

    As always Turnovers can make the difference so no fumbles or int's, good special teams, play hard, stay focused , and take care of business.

    This is a very tough stretch LSU is entering and with the SEC as tough as it is any team can beat you if you dont show up and have your mind on what your doing.

    Give em hell Tigers and lets continue to give a little payback for the Spurrier era.

    Geaux Tigers :geaux: ;)
     
  2. aztiger03

    aztiger03 Founding Member

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    LSU will blitz again and again FLA QB's ( plural ) one will get knocked out of the game. FLA will turn it over, 3 picks one returned for TD. The defense is good and getting better every game. The O will find a way to win. Mauck is a winner. 10-1
    soon to be 11-1.
     
  3. hunt4heisman

    hunt4heisman Founding Member

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    Florida will come in very emotional, having been humiliated last season by the Tigers, and coming out of the players only meeting. The keys to the game for LSU are coming out early and blitzing the young QB, winning in the trenches on both sides, and maintaining the intensity they have shown thus far. The only concern I have is that the crowd may need to be jump started early, because playing Florida just doesn't quite feel the same. There are a few less butterflies in the stomach, therefore less excitement with the Gators struggling. I think we as fans need to remember that many of these Florida players were in Tiger Stadium two years ago and flattened us. If we bring the intensity in the stands, and our guys feed off of it, this one could get ugly.
    LSU 34
    Florida 13
     
  4. MobileBengal

    MobileBengal Founding Member

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    Just out of curiosity, I went and checked who from the 2001 2-deep depth chart are on the 2003 depth chart, and here's what I found.

    On offense, the Gators have 3 players that made the 2001 depth chart, one of which also started in 2001.

    HB- Ran Carthon
    OG- Shannon Snell
    OT- Max Starks (started in 2001)

    On defense, the Gators have 4 players from the 2001 team, none of whom started.

    DE- Darrell Lee
    LB- Matt Farrior
    CB- Keiwan Ratliff
    SS- Gus Scott

    The lone special teams player is Matt Piotrowicz, who only handles kick-offs.
     

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