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Well then what does it tell you about the defense who lost so many early.
This tells you nothing about the offense studs or miles its just you being an idiot and seeing what you want to see
Those guys from BBI are constantly blowing smoke up every's arse. The koolade flows ad-nauseum day and night. I suggest if you join that site, be careful not to utter a negative word about LSU's perfect staff or you will get blown away. Ponansky does have good info most of the time but be careful not to question any of it.
This post was edited by troutmaster 18 months ago
Who is the idiot for making a double post ...
Just my opinion Cheif but feel free to GFY ....
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These kids come to lsu to get to the nfl first and foremost. A nat title sounds great but they want nfl money and anything else iS a consolation for the most part. Why is this so suprising? There are some that are patient enough to return, but the main reason is to improve draft stock and get more mney. This jr class was super talented and the nfl knows it. If these jr's going were projecting very late and not a lot of money they would return in a heartbeat. Les miles and co. is the reason theyre leavin early because they recruited great athletes and developed them into great players.
We shall see. The NFL will let them know how talented they are by where they are drafted. I still think some are going to be very disappointed where they will go. I believe their advice is a little over inflating but I could be wrong. I just don't see that many getting a decent slot. THere are a hell of a lot of good players throughout the country and a limited number of slots.
Some of these young people are being mislead. Not all of them are going to succeed at the next level.
The winds are a blowin in the college game and not all of it is positive.
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