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Saturday, September 05, 2009

Postgame thoughts

I understand why coaches close practice to the media. They don't want any information -- injury, personnel or formation getting out.

But here is why everyone is better served with at least letting the media watch scrimmages.

The "much-improved defense'' looked a lot like the same defense from last year. Let's not forget, LSU has the most fortunate bowl matchup in the school's history with a game against a Georgia Tech team that couldn't throw the ball in the ocean last year.

This isn't the first time the fans of LSU have been led to believe something had changed. Anybody else remember those scrimmage stories when Chad Loup would go 16-of-18 passing and then struggle once the season starts?

I know it's just one game. I know they traveled across the country. But that defense, particularly against the pass, has to get better.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The pass defense will have to get better. Locker is a good QB, and LSU will face other good ones this season.

3:45 PM  

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