Tag Archives: Ed Orgeron

LSU Comeback Was Epic Battle

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Comebacks Now In Vogue

By John Ventola

What a week! Local college and professional football teams were involved in epic, comeback battles before emerging victorious, seemingly setting a pattern that would carry over to other top professional football and baseball games. Continue reading

Bayou Guy Can Handle BYU

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O Ed If Only Passion Decided Football Games

By John Ventola

One thing about the beginning of the collegiate football season each Fall—-every team starts the year with a clean slate. After eight months (nine months in the case of teams that did not appear in a bowl game), the expectation and excitement of seeing if offseason changes and improvements can fulfill conference and national aspirations reaches a fever pitch by early September. Continue reading

Joe Alleva Should Be Compiling Potential Coaches List

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Hey Joe Why Wait?

By John Ventola

Jimi Hendrix died over 46 years ago, but the title of one of his hit songs has resonated with the LSU fan base over the past fifteen months. “Hey Joe” has been spoken many times, most often in frustrated tones, as Tiger fans clamored for university athletic director Joe Alleva to change leadership of their football and basketball teams. Continue reading

Alleva Needs To Alleviate LSU Coaching Scrutiny

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Coaching Drama Now Annual Thanksgiving Tradition

Louisianans can be excused for backing away from the Thanksgiving feast in front of them for the second consecutive year. Just like 2015, the turkey and cranberry was again served this year with a large helping of drama, courtesy of the LSU head football coaching position. Continue reading

LSU Has To Focus On Next Three Games

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Important Part Of Coach O’s Audition Starts Tonight

Alabama defeated LSU for the sixth consecutive time last Saturday, temporarily stemming whatever momentum interim coach Ed Orgeron had built up in three home victories. While the Tigers’ effort and defense showed up, the offense was, well, offensive. Six first downs, 125 yards of total offense and 33 yards rushing will almost always result in an L in the record ledger. Continue reading

LSU Needs To Go Back To The Drawing Board

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Time To Realize That Tigers Not Very Good

By John Ventola

Surprisingly, Ronda Rousey took a brutal kick to the face Saturday night. In what is turning into not that big of a surprise, LSU’s footballers got their stripped backsides kicked for the second consecutive week by an SEC opponent, losing meekly to four-loss Arkansas, 31-14. The “in your face” Razorbacks beat down was slower, although just as lethal. A first half knockdown was followed by late game domination to overcome a brief Tigers comeback. Continue reading

Fournette Leads Tigers Over Mississippi State In Starkville

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Tigers Survive Conservative Second Half

By John Ventola

It appears lightning has to strike in order for someone (or team) to get a second chance at a first impression. Continue reading

LSU Should Revisit Prep Quarterback Evaluation Process

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Tigers Need To Get Capable Quarterback On Board

By John Ventola

After taking a couple of days to digest Ohio State’s demolition of Oregon’s Sitting Ducks in the College Football Playoff (CFP) title game, local attention should refocus on how LSU coach Les Miles addresses his squad’s lack of a top rated quarterback. Continue reading