Maybe it's a good thing that ....

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  1. onceanlsufan

    onceanlsufan Veteran Member

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    .. the Media, the Polls, and everyone else keeps down playing LSU. It may be just what is needed to keep LSU in a position to prove itself .... improve on a weekly basis, ... and keep winning!!!

    I mean, we beat FL, a media darling, and we move up all of 3 spots. Auburn barely beats unranked Kentucky, and they move up to 7. We beat an unranked TN, and LSU stays at 12. Talking heads are still talking as if LSU's wins are nothing more than flukes. I find that hard to believe for last nights performance. I thought they did a good job, and improved in the mistake category.

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  2. LSUpride123

    LSUpride123 Boobies make everything A OK!!!

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    Meh, Like the old Hatter said " I could give a rats ass!"

    This D is perfection.

    IF we play Bama, Ark and AUB with ZERO turnovers, game over.......

    AUB's D stinks, though they have a good O
    Bama is very young on D and plays up and down
    Ark, well,, just sack Mallet 3+ times and he will lose the game for them

    In all, LSU has the best shot, IMO to win the west.....

    Just gotta stop the mistakes. UF was gifted 21 poitns and we still pulled it out.....

    LSU!
     
  3. Fishhead

    Fishhead Founding Member

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    We didn't move up 3 spots. We stayed right where we were last week in the coaches poll. It's the AP that had us at 12. The coaches had us at 9 last week. We didn't move up.
     
  4. ccgw

    ccgw luv'em Tigers

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    All they need to do is to keep on improving and correcting mistakes, and they can become a team to be reckoned with.

    They should stand up and prove the ESPN pundits wrong.
     

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