Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by tigerchick46, Dec 19, 2012.
Doesn't he say basically the same thing every season? According to Les, JJ had improved every off-season too.
I think we all agree with him on this one, at least potentially.
I think the evidence is clear. We'll have a returning O-Line that did nothing but get better as the year went on, all of our receivers plus the newcomers that may contribute right away, some young and talented tight ends (Nic Jacob will turn some heads, I think), and just about all of our backs, likely including Big Cope.
Ironically, it's the D that I'm worried about...Although we have a tendencey to reload fairly well, and the LBs should absolutely dominate.
Can Hairston kick it through the uprights? Will Wing stick around? Time will tell.
Didn't he say that about the offensive line before the 2012 season began????
Maybe before losing two starters. And the end result was not too shabby at all.
Our OL should be really, really nasty next year. If the 4 OL we have committed sign as expected, plus Fanaika, I think it will be the deepest OL LSU's ever had.
What makes 2013 unique from the past few years is that we no longer have that BIG question mark at QB.
That will be a huge and very welcomed change. However its a whole new season, we will see if the different groups improve or regress. Every time Miles brags about how great the offense will be I cringe
Why? Miles owns 5 of LSU's Top 10 Offenses.
The only people that use the regression/digression crappola are Rantards.
Sure, Miles has flaws like all coaches do, just fewer than any that have ever prowled the sidelines at LSU.
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