Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Bud Lee, Dec 8, 2010.
To answer your question, I doubt it!
It won't help recruiting. A half dozen commits will bolt when a coach resigns or is fired.
I assume you are referring to UF with this statement?
I am of the opinion though that should there be a UF fallout, that will not help LSU or any of the SEC for that matter. We play them regularly and they are usually a strength to our schedule. We want that strength to continue. Hopefully they will be able to find a quality coach that can keep the program where it has been.
I think our schedule is hard enough just playing the SEC West with Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, etc. Add Oregon next year as the first game and we really don't need Florida to be a top 10 team like they were consistently under Meyer.
Mullen to UF....Malzan to Miss St
Hearing Malzan to the shorthorns up here in big twel...little doze.. the conference formerly known as the big 8.
OklaTex and everyone else.
If Florida was a regular East rotation game I'd agree. But not with them on the schedule every damn year. We've got more than enough on our plate with West teams and 1-2 tough OOC games as it is.
i prefer crow to moo u. i think they need his genius.
Where is BHelm, are there any recruits that were on the fence for Florida or anyone who committed to Florida that we can scoop up?