Sunday, October 01, 2006

LSU Pre-Game

All analysis, links, etc... here.

17 comments:

  1. Huge news already. Perhaps no Wynn due to knee injury. Blah.

    Wynn Knee

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  2. Heard this morning on the way to work Game Day is supposedly going to be here for LSU.

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  3. Word today from Wynn's MRI is that he "might" play on Saturday vs. LSU.

    This could just be something we are saying but is not true to try to not give LSU a week to practice only on covering the WRs.

    Wynn "might" play

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  4. LSU fans after an OT victory against Bama last year. Another clip

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  5. Thats not right dude. 2 chicks ok! I dont want to hear any psycho babble about the two chicks comment.

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  6. Another big game Saturday - Georgia vs Tennessee. What time is it on? What network?

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  7. ESPN 7:45pm. SEC article

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/columns/story?columnist=schlabach_mark&id=2610553

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  8. Chris I think ill have to give you a training class on posting links like I did your wife.

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  9. Wait until you read about how FU is calling LSU their HomeComing Bitch!! I hope the Tigers take it to the lizards. The goaters seem to think Tebow is going to run all over you guys LOL!! Gig the goaters LSU!!

    Off Tigerbait.com where I have a subscription to.

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  10. 3. SEC dominance: By far, the SEC is the best conference in the country. It's a fun debate every year for fans, and the SEC usually has the upper hand; this year the conference has a stranglehold on that argument with Florida, Tennessee, Auburn and LSU -- all worthy of being ranked in the top 10.


    GameDay in Gainesville: LSU-Florida
    Chris Leak is a four-year starter and in the second year in coach Urban Meyer's system; as far as I can tell, he's making good decisions with the football. It's a unique situation in Gainesville where you have an in-state cult hero, freshman QB Tim Tebow, who leaves everything on the field each time he touches the ball. He's very physical for a quarterback and a player you love to cheer for because his role is to come in and run someone over.

    Florida fans have fallen in love with Tebow as opposed to disliking Leak, but booing Leak when he returns to the field is completely unacceptable because he's going to go down as one of the better quarterbacks in Florida history. Tebow is going to have plenty of opportunities to be The Man in Gainesville for the next three years. I wasn't a fan of playing both Leak and Tebow early in the season, but I have seen how Meyer has turned it into a positive for his team.

    LSU has the best defense in the nation, with a defensive line that is frighteningly good. Defensive coordinator Bo Pellini likes to be aggressive and challenge offenses. How Leak and Tebow deal with that pressure and how the Gators' receivers deal with LSU's secondary will be two of the keys to the game, because last year Florida's receivers were not up to the challenge.

    LSU QB JaMarcus Russell has to be composed and accurate and must use the best receiving corps in the SEC to his advantage and spread Florida's defense all over the field. It's difficult to play a road game in the SEC, and Florida's defense is playing with a ton of confidence right now. This is going to be a physical game, similar to what LSU played three weeks ago at Auburn. Any player who is not ready to go to war on Saturday better ask his coach to sit this one out.

    My friends in Knoxville cannot give up hope on winning the SEC title. The Volunteers need Florida to lose twice, and the last time I checked, the Gators' schedule is brutal. If LSU beats Florida, Tennessee still has a legitimate shot at reaching the SEC title game. There's a lot on the line in Athens on Saturday for both Georgia and Tennessee. The Bulldogs have not been creating many style points with their freshmen quarterbacks. To an extent, Georgia has become almost the forgotten team in the SEC East following two straight lackluster performances against Colorado and Ole Miss. Coach Mark Richt has one of the best defenses in the country, but you have to wonder if the Bulldogs have enough offense to survive against Tennessee.

    from Herbstriet

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  11. Well, Leak was widely cheered all day last Saturday as the boosters attended the game instead of selling their tix to fair weather Gator fans. I hate how perception permeates the media to become "reality".

    Other than that I agree with Herbstriet... he's usually pretty solid. Can't argue with his SEC statements! Go Gators!!!

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  12. I need to stop reading articles about the game. They are just making me nervous when I already know we are facing a huge challenge.

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  13. In other Gators news, ESPN.com's Joe Schad reported Thursday that starting running back DeShawn Wynn will miss the matchup against LSU, and wide receiver Percy Harvin, who had an ankle injury, was cleared to play against the Tigers.

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  14. I hope we remember the hot routes, because here comes the blitz!

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