Ware is a monster

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  1. TigerCliff

    TigerCliff Veteran Member

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    JJ looks close to the same

    Mett looks to be the future

    Ware is going to be a 1000 yard monster

    The D will be the best of the SEC



    What I got out of spring game
     
  2. bhelmLSU

    bhelmLSU Founding Member Staff Member

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    Can't take much out of a spring game.

    But one thing is for sure, Our DBs are going to be very good the next couple of years.

    Ware is a beast, no doubt.
     
  3. Thorny

    Thorny Founding Member

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    It did look like the offensive plays got into the game faster, so that would be an improvement from last year.

    JJ did look ahead of the others.

    Ware will be a stud.

    The defense is very deep. The offensive line, maybe not.

    GEAUX TIGERS
     
  4. vesperiaLSU

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    With Ware & Ford, our running game will be brutal to the opposing defense next season. No doubt! I like the speed and cut that Gore showed, but he still needed to get stronger and have a better vision, same with Blue. I really wish I could have a glance at Kenny Hillard today, but now it's hard to predict how much of a contribution he will make when fall comes.

    It's safe to say that JJ did make some progresses during this spring. He seemed decisive more than ever when he needed to run with his feet, although the 2nd half began to get kind of sloppy for him again. I am afraid that Lee won't be given another chance again in a real game. He may just have ruined his last chance by having a terrible spring game. Mett seemed promising and proved all the attentions on him worthy, although he might end up staying at the 2nd spot of the depth chart this season due to a lack of SEC experience.

    Only one thing for our Defense -- still giving up big plays here and there, which killed us last year.
     
  5. LaSalleAve

    LaSalleAve when in doubt, mumble

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    I thought Blue and Gore looked good as well.

    Anyone notice how big Ware, Gore, and Blue looked? Man Moffitt must be working the isht out of those dudes.
     
  6. Rwilliams

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    Gore is going to be great as well
     
  7. tboy

    tboy Founding Member

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    Ware is a complete back that can do it all reasonably well. The sky is he limit. The jury is still out on him picking up blitzes though because he isn't battle tested doing that for very long. However, I wish we still had Ridley. We will miss his inside power and he probably would have started if he were here for his senior year. If our passing game can't garner respect this year there will be few holes to run through as defenses crowd the line of scrimmage again and he had the most power out of all our RB's.
     
  8. Mezmorizor

    Mezmorizor Founding Member

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    I haven't had a chance to watch the spring game yet, did Ford also seem monsterish, or has he been a slight disappointment?
     
  9. mctiger

    mctiger RIP, and thanks for the music Staff Member

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    Ford was invisible, as if he didn't play. Oh wait, he didn't. :D
     
  10. bhelmLSU

    bhelmLSU Founding Member Staff Member

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    Combination of a slight injury and academics I believe.
     

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