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Comment 25 Nov 2015

We can agree to disagree..."Drew Brees, Phillip Rivers, Antwaan Randle El, Joe Flacco and Jim Harbaugh. What do all five of these guys have in common other than the fact that they were all great college quarterbacks? How about the fact that all five played under the guidance of a true offensive genius in Cam Cameron."  

Obviously opinions are like noses (you know, everyone has one) but to say Cameron is terrible is not accurate. He has produced many outstanding quarterbacks and great offensive numbers. "In his first year at LSU in 2013, Cameron’s offense racked up the second-highest yardage total in school history with 5,893 yards and the Tigers set the school record for total offense with 453.3 yards a game. LSU also scored a school record 37 rushing TDs and had 60 rushing/passing TDs combined, which was just four shy of tying the school record. Individually, LSU become first team in SEC history with a 3,000-yard passer (Zach Mettenberger), two 1,000-yard receivers (Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr.) and a 1,000-yard rusher (Jeremy Hill) in the same season. Landry and Beckham Jr. also became the first pair of receivers in LSU history to have 1,000 receiving yards in the same season." At the very least, Cameron would be a tremendous improvement over the "clown show" we currently have. Don't get me wrong, Tyson Helton is at the top of my list, however.

Comment 24 Nov 2015

I would happily trade Warinner and Beck for Grimes and Cameron. OSU would come out ahead. An added bonus: Grimes is from Texas

Comment 24 Nov 2015

LSU has some great coaches: Jeff Grimes is an excellent, excellent OLine coach and superb recruiter. In fact, if Warinner decides to leave, Grimes would be an upgrade.

Cam Cameron is a fantastic QB coach and OC. He isn't the "young gun" people want (mid to late 50's) but his pro experience would make him a great addition.

Frank Wilson is a terrific RB coach and one of the best recruiters out there.

Ed Orgeron is their DLine coach. Setting his reputation to the side, the man is a great coach and recruiter

Grimes is the most realistic option. What I find shocking is how quickly the relationship between Warinner and Beck has disintegrated. I think EW sold Urban on Beck and now they can't stand each other. Just strange..

Comment 23 Nov 2015

The search starts and stops with Tyson Helton. Current  QB coach and OC for Western Kentucky, the Hilltoppers averaged 44.4 points per game and 374.3 passing yards per game. He was OC and QB coach for Cincinnati last year where they set a school record with 6,137 total offense and averaged 472.1 yards per game. His brother Clay Helton is the current head coach for USC Trojans and his father was famed OL coach Kim Helton. He graduated from University of Houston so its safe to assume he knows Texas football very well.

My backup plan would be TCU OC Doug Meacham or ASU OC Mike Norvell.

Comment 29 Sep 2014

Blown out of proportion. When Sane went out, the doctors looked at him. I assume they felt that he didnt have a concussion so he went back in to handoff... and left for good after the play. Much ado about nothing.