Most of the fans on this board are satisfied with the status quo, and that's their right. But here's the truth for those of you who feel all tingly about 4- and 5-loss seasons. For a moment, let's just ignore LSU's offense, which is hopeless and will remain hopeless for the next two seasons, while Jordan Jefferson gets his free education and delivers fewer SEC wins than losses. Let's talk defense. Any objective fan can see LSU's defense isn't strong enough to compete for championships. LSU's defense is okay, but it couldn't close out the game vs PSU or vs. Ole Miss or vs. Bama. Florida and a woozy Tebow just toyed with the Tiger D for 4 quarters. Every team the LSU D played this year had at least moderate success rushing the ball. Not once did you see an opposing QB rattled against them. Tight ends and RBs ran wide open in the flat and up the seams. Tiger corners and safeties got beat deep consistently. Third downs? Please. And the missed tackles all year long were just sad. It's not a championship-caliber unit, and most of the players are upperclassmen 4 and 5 star recruits. So, lovers of mediocrity, where's the hope? Who's going to step up next year, stuff the run, provide a consistent pass rush, and blanket receivers? Who's going to hold the good teams under 20 points, while JJ and company go for the NCAA record for three and outs? Yeah, that's what I thought. :redface: While you're typing your sunshine-pumping responses, you can also predict who the Tigers' head coach is going to be in 2011.