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Joe Burrow has 6 TD passes with 4 min left in half - chrisk - 12-28-2019

living up to Voldemort hype


LSU - Phogge - 12-28-2019

Fifty seconds left in half... 49 Okie 14.


RE: Joe Burrow has 6 TD passes with 4 min left in half - Phogge - 12-28-2019

Adios Andy Dalton.


RE: Joe Burrow has 6 TD passes with 4 min left in half - 2006alum - 12-28-2019

Make that 7. Speaking of Voldemort, he must be familiar with the dark arts, because that his stat line is truly out of this world...


RE: LSU - ADPinWDC - 12-28-2019

Not sure how much it affected outcome, but OU's Offensive Coord Emsinger left the locker room.  
He was told two hours before kickoff that his daughter in law DIED in a small plane crash (5 victims) traveling to the game !  
His son was not on the plane.
www.al.com/sports/2019/12/daughter-in-law-of-lsu-offensive-coordinator-steve-ensminger-killed-in-plane-crash.html


RE: LSU - DC 86 - 12-28-2019

(12-28-2019, 06:43 PM)ADPinWDC Wrote:  Not sure how much it affected outcome, but OU's Offensive Coord Emsinger left the locker room.  

He is LSU's OC (not OU) and he coached the entire game and called nine touchdowns worth of plays.


RE: LSU - d4cohn - 12-28-2019

Based on what I have seen in the Clemson-Ohio State game, coupled with
the National Championship being played in New Orleans, it certainly looks
like LSU is bringing home the title this year.


RE: LSU - Farm93 - 12-28-2019

(12-28-2019, 08:03 PM)d4cohn Wrote:  Based on what I have seen in the Clemson-Ohio State game, coupled with
the National Championship being played in New Orleans, it certainly looks
like LSU is bringing home the title this year.
The only chance for the Clemson-OSU winner is that the game is in New Orleans.  They will have to hope that the LSU players get consumed by logistics for family, friends, neighbors, etc. 

The ticket allocations to each school are generous, so 25-30% of the crowd will be for the other school.   

The gap does play a role.   For the next several days the #2/#3 winner will work diligently to find LSU weaknesses.   LSU will probably just spend time finding hotels and tickets in New Orleans.


RE: LSU - BostonCard - 12-28-2019

(12-28-2019, 08:03 PM)d4cohn Wrote:  Based on what I have seen in the Clemson-Ohio State game, coupled with
the National Championship being played in New Orleans, it certainly looks
like LSU is bringing home the title this year.

Yeah, but Clemson tOSU was a better game.  Nice comeback by the Tigers.

BC


lex24 - lex24 - 12-28-2019

True. LSU will be favored. But Clemson always seems to find a way.  Hard to bet against them. 


quote="d4cohn" pid='265896' dateline='1577588590']
Based on what I have seen in the Clemson-Ohio State game, coupled with
the National Championship being played in New Orleans, it certainly looks
like LSU is bringing home the title this year.
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RE: lex24 - 2006alum - 12-28-2019

(12-28-2019, 10:11 PM)lex24 Wrote:  True. LSU will be favored. But Clemson always seems to find a way.  Hard to bet against them. 

How quickly a few seasons can change a program's narrative - during my more active college football fan years, which stretched into the middle part of this soon-to-close decade, "Clemsoning" was literally the textbook (urban) dictionary definition of choking on the biggest stages:

Quote:TOP DEFINITION

Clemsoning

1. The act of failing miserably on a grand athletic stage, or when the stakes are high. 2. Record-setting failure, usually reserved for college football.



RE: LSU - OutsiderFan - 12-28-2019

I will go out on a limb and predict the Tigers will win the national championship.


RE: lex24 - BostonCard - 12-28-2019

(12-28-2019, 10:17 PM)2006alum Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:11 PM)lex24 Wrote:  True. LSU will be favored. But Clemson always seems to find a way.  Hard to bet against them. 

How quickly a few seasons can change a program's narrative - during my more active college football fan years, which stretched into the middle part of this soon-to-close decade, "Clemsoning" was literally the textbook (urban) dictionary definition of choking on the biggest stages:

Quote:TOP DEFINITION

Clemsoning

1. The act of failing miserably on a grand athletic stage, or when the stakes are high. 2. Record-setting failure, usually reserved for college football.

But we will always have Couging it. And that was a thing even before the epic collapse against UCLA this year.

BC


RE: lex24 - JohnR34231 - 12-29-2019

(12-28-2019, 10:51 PM)BostonCard Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:17 PM)2006alum Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:11 PM)lex24 Wrote:  True. LSU will be favored. But Clemson always seems to find a way.  Hard to bet against them. 

How quickly a few seasons can change a program's narrative - during my more active college football fan years, which stretched into the middle part of this soon-to-close decade, "Clemsoning" was literally the textbook (urban) dictionary definition of choking on the biggest stages:

Quote:TOP DEFINITION

Clemsoning

1. The act of failing miserably on a grand athletic stage, or when the stakes are high. 2. Record-setting failure, usually reserved for college football.

But we will always have Couging it. And that was a thing even before the epic collapse against UCLA this year.

BC

Looking forward to when Wazzu starts Couging it against us, since they haven't since 2015.


RE: LSU - BigEasyCard - 12-29-2019

(12-28-2019, 10:19 PM)OutsiderFan Wrote:  I will go out on a limb and predict the Tigers will win the national championship.

Geaux Tigers!


RE: LSU - cardcrimson - 12-29-2019

(12-28-2019, 10:19 PM)OutsiderFan Wrote:  I will go out on a limb and predict the Tigers will win the national championship.

Dang near a guarantee, only a natural disaster or similar will prevent it. . . .


RE: lex24 - Austroturf - 12-29-2019

(12-29-2019, 06:19 AM)JohnR34231 Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:51 PM)BostonCard Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:17 PM)2006alum Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:11 PM)lex24 Wrote:  True. LSU will be favored. But Clemson always seems to find a way.  Hard to bet against them. 

How quickly a few seasons can change a program's narrative - during my more active college football fan years, which stretched into the middle part of this soon-to-close decade, "Clemsoning" was literally the textbook (urban) dictionary definition of choking on the biggest stages:

Quote:TOP DEFINITION

Clemsoning

1. The act of failing miserably on a grand athletic stage, or when the stakes are high. 2. Record-setting failure, usually reserved for college football.

But we will always have Couging it. And that was a thing even before the epic collapse against UCLA this year.

BC

Looking forward to when Wazzu starts Couging it against us, since they haven't since 2015.

My sentiments exactly: Wazzu seems to find a way to lose to everybody but us.


RE: lex24 - teejers1 - 12-29-2019

(12-29-2019, 10:33 AM)Austroturf Wrote:  
(12-29-2019, 06:19 AM)JohnR34231 Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:51 PM)BostonCard Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:17 PM)2006alum Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:11 PM)lex24 Wrote:  True. LSU will be favored. But Clemson always seems to find a way.  Hard to bet against them. 

How quickly a few seasons can change a program's narrative - during my more active college football fan years, which stretched into the middle part of this soon-to-close decade, "Clemsoning" was literally the textbook (urban) dictionary definition of choking on the biggest stages:

Quote:TOP DEFINITION

Clemsoning

1. The act of failing miserably on a grand athletic stage, or when the stakes are high. 2. Record-setting failure, usually reserved for college football.

But we will always have Couging it. And that was a thing even before the epic collapse against UCLA this year.

BC

Looking forward to when Wazzu starts Couging it against us, since they haven't since 2015.

My sentiments exactly: Wazzu seems to find a way to lose to everybody but us.

Never thought I'd see the day where I actively root for LSU over a non-SEC opponent, but I will be.

So tired of Dabo's sanctimony and whining . . . but much respect for his ability to recruit and coach 'em up.


RE: lex24 - Brickcity - 12-29-2019

(12-29-2019, 03:51 PM)teejers1 Wrote:  
(12-29-2019, 10:33 AM)Austroturf Wrote:  
(12-29-2019, 06:19 AM)JohnR34231 Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:51 PM)BostonCard Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:17 PM)2006alum Wrote:  How quickly a few seasons can change a program's narrative - during my more active college football fan years, which stretched into the middle part of this soon-to-close decade, "Clemsoning" was literally the textbook (urban) dictionary definition of choking on the biggest stages:

But we will always have Couging it. And that was a thing even before the epic collapse against UCLA this year.

BC

Looking forward to when Wazzu starts Couging it against us, since they haven't since 2015.

My sentiments exactly: Wazzu seems to find a way to lose to everybody but us.

Never thought I'd see the day where I actively root for LSU over a non-SEC opponent, but I will be.

So tired of Dabo's sanctimony and whining . . . but much respect for his ability to recruit and coach 'em up.

I'm also not a fan of his "praise Jesus!" routine.


RE: lex24 - cardcrimson - 12-29-2019

(12-29-2019, 06:10 PM)Brickcity Wrote:  
(12-29-2019, 03:51 PM)teejers1 Wrote:  
(12-29-2019, 10:33 AM)Austroturf Wrote:  
(12-29-2019, 06:19 AM)JohnR34231 Wrote:  
(12-28-2019, 10:51 PM)BostonCard Wrote:  But we will always have Couging it. And that was a thing even before the epic collapse against UCLA this year.

BC

Looking forward to when Wazzu starts Couging it against us, since they haven't since 2015.

My sentiments exactly: Wazzu seems to find a way to lose to everybody but us.

Never thought I'd see the day where I actively root for LSU over a non-SEC opponent, but I will be.

So tired of Dabo's sanctimony and whining . . . but much respect for his ability to recruit and coach 'em up.

I'm also not a fan of his "praise Jesus!" routine.

Perhaps you might want to learn about the man a little before you cast aspersions about the guy and his faith. By all accounts a really good guy who has overcome a ton in his life. . . .

https://abcnews.go.com/Sports/dabo-swinney-overcame-pain-poverty-cusp-history/story?id=36146292