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    Terrible news for LSU
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    Yea thats a tough one. They’ll be alright. Their backup qb looks legit!
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    tough loss
    hopefully he can turn carolina around but tbh kinda disappointed he didn't at least turn back to the saints and ask if they wanted to make an offer of some sort.
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    Here is a crazy thought.

    what if Carolina offered a King’s ransom to cinci for the number 1 pick?

    carolina needs a qb. You see what Brady has done with Burrow.

    probably doesn’t happen but interesting thought
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    I think Cam will stay now that they got Brady as the new OC
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    I'm not a big Panther fan but i live here so i root for them, if they got rid of Cam I'd like them more

    Saw today where Keuckly retired, thats huge

    Maybe we can sucker Cincy into taking Cam and few other players for that #1 spot and take Burrow, that would be exciting for the city
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    LSU does not need an Offensive Coordinator. We have one. His name is Steve Ensminger and has been all year. Brady doesn't leave and take his concepts with him. ....they stay. The coalition playbook that won the national championship remains and the play caller remains. Additionally, the receivers stay....along with the three that none of you are familiar with.

    The Real “problem” is replacing Burrow which simply isn't possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSUpete View Post
    LSU does not need an Offensive Coordinator. We have one. His name is Steve Ensminger and has been all year. Brady doesn't leave and take his concepts with him. ....they stay. The coalition playbook that won the national championship remains and the play caller remains. Additionally, the receivers stay....along with the three that none of you are familiar with.

    The Real “problem” is replacing Burrow which simply isn't possible.
    Definitely not replacing Burrow...that was the greatest season by a qb in the history of college football, you just don't replace that. I also don't think Ensminger could carry Brady's jock
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    Quote Originally Posted by pathologist View Post
    I also don't think Ensminger could carry Brady's jock
    Don't be stupid.

    You're talking about a guy that was a coach for one year versus an OC with 30 years of experience. Brady evaluated the defensive coverage and advised on plays, but Ensminger called all of the plays and coached the quarterbacks. Remember this name....Jorge Munoz.
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    [QUOTE=LSUpete;13052595]LSU does not need an Offensive Coordinator. We have one. His name is Steve Ensminger and has been all year. Brady doesn't leave and take his concepts with him. ....they stay. The coalition playbook that won the national championship remains and the play caller remains. Additionally, the receivers stay....along with the three that none of you are familiar with.

    The Real “problem” is replacing Burrow which simply isn't possible.[/QUOTED

    Does LSU have a stud "next man up" or is the transfer portal gonna be the best route to take?

    I dont think anyone (if not an LSU fan) thought Burrow would have this good of a season after looking at 2018 numbers
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    Yes, LSU has a stud in line.

    His name is Myles Brennan and he was the "Mr. Football" in the state of Mississippi, and set all of the state's passing records. He looks just like Burrow....6'-5" 225 lbs. He will be a Junior next year and has better arm strength than Burrow but doesn't have the personality Joe had. But, like Burrow, he played in this style of offense all his life so he should thrive in it. My sense is there will be an acclimation period to starting every game, but ultimately he will be a very good quarterback.

    https://247sports.com/college/lsu/Ar...al--142199817/
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSUpete View Post
    Yes, LSU has a stud in line.

    His name is Myles Brennan and he was the "Mr. Football" in the state of Mississippi, and set all of the state's passing records. He looks just like Burrow....6'-5" 225 lbs. He will be a Junior next year and has better arm strength than Burrow but doesn't have the personality Joe had. But, like Burrow, he played in this style of offense all his life so he should thrive in it. My sense is there will be an acclimation period to starting every game, but ultimately he will be a very good quarterback.

    https://247sports.com/college/lsu/Ar...al--142199817/
    A stud qb sat the bench for 2 years? In today's college football? WOW
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knightrofins View Post
    A stud qb sat the bench for 2 years? In today's college football? WOW
    He was at those practices and saw, first hand, the talent available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilovetobet View Post
    I think Cam will stay now that they got Brady as the new OC
    cam is nowhere near accurate enough to pull off joe brady's offense
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    lsu is still in good shape for next year
    chase is back
    stingley is back
    curry and davis price will be running the ball
    myles will be qb
    tj finley will be backup
    they will make the top 5 imo next year and i'm def putting another future on them to be in the playoffs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSUpete View Post
    He was at those practices and saw, first hand, the talent available.
    Is Aranda going to take the Baylor job Pete?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pathologist View Post
    Is Aranda going to take the Baylor job Pete?
    Yes. He's already accepted that job and the news should break tonight or tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSUpete View Post
    Yes. He's already accepted that job and the news should break tonight or tomorrow.
    Who you hearing will replace him. Lsu must feel like Bama now, losing coaches and underclassmen out the ass....even though the Tigers lose underclassmen every year. Winning has it cons
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    Quote Originally Posted by pathologist View Post
    Who you hearing will replace him. Lsu must feel like Bama now, losing coaches and underclassmen out the ass....even though the Tigers lose underclassmen every year. Winning has it cons

    LSU is certainly no stranger to underclassmen leaving early. No worries there.

    Orgeron has shown that he can make good hires, and I would presume that there will be a line of applicants out the door begging to coordinate this defense. MY personal selection would be Gene Chizik. Of course I'm certain that Bama fans would pay us to take Pete Golding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSUpete View Post
    LSU is certainly no stranger to underclassmen leaving early. No worries there.

    Orgeron has shown that he can make good hires, and I would presume that there will be a line of applicants out the door begging to coordinate this defense. MY personal selection would be Gene Chizik. Of course I'm certain that Bama fans would pay us to take Pete Golding.
    Lol, Golding is a sack of shit
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSUpete View Post
    LSU does not need an Offensive Coordinator. We have one. His name is Steve Ensminger and has been all year. Brady doesn't leave and take his concepts with him. ....they stay. The coalition playbook that won the national championship remains and the play caller remains. Additionally, the receivers stay....along with the three that none of you are familiar with.

    The Real “problem” is replacing Burrow which simply isn't possible.
    This is correct. People think the guy who called the plays in probably the best season in history of college football will be lost without Brady by his side.

    On the other hand......I dont care how good the backup is.......you can not replace a season that Joe Burrow just had.
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    Aranda (LSU DC - now Baylor HC) is in for a tough year at Baylor (11-2, 2019).
    The Bears lost a ton of players especially on defense where only 2 starters return.
    Baylor will struggle to win seven games this year.

    I don't think Aranda is a good fit for Baylor. We shall see...………………….
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    Hearing Kris Richard as the replacement for Aranda.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pathologist View Post
    Who you hearing will replace him. Lsu must feel like Bama now, losing coaches and underclassmen out the ass....even though the Tigers lose underclassmen every year. Winning has it cons
    Just got confirmation that it will be Bo Pellini.

    That means we will be moving back to a 4-3....and Tyler Shelvin is going to murder some offenses in that formation.
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