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Lsu will be playing multiple underclass men next year. So 1 year from now Lsu will have minimal players leaving while most the rest of the SEC like Geogia and Alabama will have mass exodus then. So in theory Lsu should be positioned well going into 2014 the first year of the playoffs.?
Not necessarily true. If the offense performs better next year, we could be worrying about Landry, Beckham, Collins, Turner, Porter, Hill and Hilliard, all of whom will be draft eligible underclassmen.
If I'm not mistaking LSU had one of the youngest starting line ups in the NCAA this year. Should bold well for next year.
Every year we seem to have the youngest team.
I think there could be some validity to the OP.
In 2010, we had freshmen and redshirt freshmen all over that defense (Brockers, Montgomery, Mingo, Reid, Mathieu, Simon, Minter). We all saw what happened in 2011.
We'll be breaking in a new QB in 2014, but should have some solid experience across the board. At this point, Freak Johnson and Jeremy Hill are the only guys I can see leaving early but some other guys will step up and give themselves a chance.
LSU is becoming a 3 and out off the field as well as on....
Here is the way I see it. With all the starters leaving, we have a really strong chance of getting a commit from some high profile guys who haven't yet decided on their choice of schools. It's always about "early playing time." LSU can give them a strong message about being able to play early. Let's see what happens in the next month. We could finish 1 or 2 this year.
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"In the SEC,you're a glorified run support guy.In the Big 12, you're a cover guy."-Bobby Burton asking why DBs go SEC
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