Great game last night, the Tigers really played well. This is my first post on this board, so I have a lot to say. I don't care how much Florida is missing Spurrier, they are still Florida and we lined up and hit them in the mouth (over and over again). When it was 13-7, anything could've happened and the Tigers just played better (well coached) football. And to be able to do that against Flordia without Toefield, proves how well coached this team has become under Saban. We have a balanced team. No fancy passing without a running game or D. Saban has built a solid TEAM during his time at LSU, and it is a system I don't want to see leaving for the NFL. When Saban came to town he said that he wanted to build a team that win or lose, would line up and punish the other team. He wanted the other SEC teams to fear having LSU on the schedule, because he was going to have them ready to at the least be able to physically match up and hit hard. His system works in the SEC, and he is one of the few coaches in recent years able to get the good La high school football players to go to LSU. Nothing was more frustrating than seeing Mich, ND, FLst, etc, having La players in their starting line up. My question about Saban is this: What is the word on him staying coach at LSU? I understand we pay him well, with lots of incentives. I'm sure LSU will keep his salary competetive, and give him all the extras a good coach deserves. But are there are any rumors of him wanting to be in the NFL. I was very happy last year to read that he wanted to be at LSU, liked the atmosphere and the situation he and his family were in. I like Saban, and I want him to stay on at LSU. I didn't think this years team had the talent to play this well. I thought we would suffer at QB, and still have a poor pass D. I like how Saban uses Mauck, and that he isn't afraid to run him. Saban moves players who are talented into positions where they can better help the team. Glad to find a board with LSU football talk.