NCAA new Summer Practice Rules and FB life goes on

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  1. ramah

    ramah Founding Member

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    Well, LSU's latest NC came after the new NCAA restrictions on Summer Practices went into effect last Summer ... how are things different now???

    The legal beagles and the liberals in fear of lawsuits and their shenanigans have put an end to the consecutive two-a-day practices ... in an attempt to pussify College FB and save a few lives ... so they think. No more Junction Boy type workouts ... god what a great movie ...

    LSU will be allowed about 29 practices before the OSU game

    LSU has a five-day break-in period with the new two-a-day rule

    LSU will get about a total of eight or nine two-a-days before the OSU game

    Freshmen don't report early anymore ... real bummer ... unless

    So, how does LSU cope with this new ration of NCAA & liberal horse ****

    LSU cheats legally ... just like all the rest ... to keep their arse kicking edge in the 4th quarter.

    They are called "voluntary" :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: summer workouts.

    Everybody does it ... they've adjusted to the heel of the iron NCAA jackboot.

    Life goes on!

    August Practice schedule ... hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ... we'll find out soon enough
     
  2. StarscreamLSU

    StarscreamLSU Founding Member

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    I thought I remembered hearing that the new system was based around LSU's already established practice models?
     
  3. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    Nick has always used the "no two-a-day practices in a row" philosophy and advocated the NCAA policy. It is especially important in the heat and humidity of Louisiana in August. Nick was against the "no early freshmen reporting" rule. I still don't know what that change was all about.
     

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