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Comment 24 hours ago

and it could be today's technology that sheds a light into these injuries.

15 years ago, we would barely know who this player was let alone that he was injured prior to his senior year, then again midway through his senior year.

I'm not saying the kids' training today doesn't impact their bodies, just wondering if we are hearing more about them because of technology.

Comment 28 Sep 2016

Interesting he would say this. I'm not sure I believe him. I was stuck in Newark NJ airport with Les' wife's sister for 3-4 hours during a storm. We got to talking football and she said that Les would have take the UM job either time, and it was never offered. Now, it could have been some crazy lady yanking my chain, wouldn't be the first time. But she made some subtle comments about being on the field after LSU beat the Bucks in the NC game, and how Les felt/said, about "Bo's Boys" and some of the positioning of boosters and power pays, etc, etc.  I came away from our conversation believing that if UM ever offered Les the job, he would take it in a heartbeat.

Comment 25 Sep 2016

I download d a pic of Joe Pa's statue and quote, but I'm too dumb to figure out how to paste it from my iPad. 

Comment 25 Sep 2016

I want him at LSU. I think it's a big enough job to 1) pay him, 2) recruit top level players every year 3) play top teams every year, (4 etc, etc.....but to me this keeps him away from Texas and USC, at least right now. And leaving LSU for Ohio State down the road would be feasible/logical. If he lands at USC/Texas the transition to OSU doesn't make as much sense. 

Comment 14 Sep 2016

But does the committee take an undefeated Houston if Tom Herman has already taken the Texas/USC/A&M job???

Comment 10 Sep 2016

We always hear about great players that got passed over in the draft because of the "risks" on the personal side of the checklist, and how it motivated them. 

We don't often hear about the Justin Blackmons of the draft and those high draft picks that don't turn out great. (Aside from Johny FB because the Browns took him) 

Comment 06 Sep 2016

I never understood why the "Sr." is on NFL players jerseys. I get he has a son with the same name, but the "Sr" refers to Terrell and not Pyror. Since the NFL has rules for/against last names being the same on the same team and how many letters are required if first names start the same, etc, etc,  I would think they would have adopted a more consistent application of the "Sr" label.