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We ride the brakes and clutch on offense in this program. The sputtering failure to produce a consistent product when we have the ball makes us less attractive. Our fans have voted with their asses with all the no-shows later in the year against State & Ole Miss. I am prepared to hear the white knights that will tolerate not a nanosecond of objectivity or reason that may not be 100% positive. It's par for our program's polarized course.
But make no mistake. This offensive..."system"...impacts things like this. Bray and whinny all you like. Spit and spew your venom till your heart's content. Or simply discount what I'm saying. It really makes no difference to me. The bickering and intolerance of divergent opinions amongst us is something we should all expect.
But our inability to be good-nevermind great-consistently on offense will hold us back in more ways than one.
Fully agree with the above post, we may win but it's never pretty or exciting to watch, unless your a true LSU fan and just care about a W over a L.
I don't think good or great is the issue, but flashy offense helps, you are right. Not as much as winning, but it helps.
"I strive to never let the perfect be the enemy of the good. They are companions, not rivals, for our affections." -Lance Paddock
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Don't think there is any doubt that our style of play and not dropping the hammer on opponents is the reason we're eating more chickn this year
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