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Thursday, October 21, 2010

How big is LSU-Auburn?

Consider what BCS guru Jerry Palm has to say about Saturday's LSU-Auburn game when you want to talk about the significance of this one:

"If the winner of the Auburn-LSU game is able to get to 13-0, I believe that that team will end up at No. 1 at the end of the season. It may take awhile for that progression to happen, but I believe the voters and I know the computers will take a team that is undefeated in the best conference in the country and put them at the top. Now that makes Oregon No. 2 and means Oklahoma does not control their own destiny.''


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am becoming afraid, of the spreading Les Miles madness,around Louisiana,and the country.
If this LSU football team beats Auburn this Saturday..I might start to think about moving, further away.
To a safer place to live..From the "Les Miles" madness.
I just read, that a reporter in the New York Times,said, that LSU coach Les Miles, is a very nice man,and a very good football coach.
The madness is spreading..If LSU beats Auburn,the Madness will spread faster.
Be careful!!

2:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It would serve, the BCS poetic justice, if Boise State, plays TCU for the BCS championship..The SEC will no dough, have a 1-lost team, on the champions record.
Teams, that play against hard team, would normally, have a 1-lost team..Only the a teams with a weak line up,could go undefeated, as easy as the two BCS set up's.

4:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A big college football game...If LSU wins,the price of Gold rises..We all get rich!!
Only one little bit of trouble...LSU head coach "Les Miles" is a screw ball,who hears voices...That keep telling him to play Jefferson at QB...Les Miles is crazy,so the LSU fans, just try to hope for the best.
But anything can happen!!

2:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It will be difficult for either team to go 13-0: LSU because of its offense, and Aub. because of its defense.

3:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LSU obviously has to run the ball to beat Aub. -- so 1. they can keep the ball out of Cam Newton's hands, 2. they are not constantly in 3rd and long passing situations, and 3. they don't have a lot of 3 and outs.

But LSU obviously has to complete the majority of their passes and take advantage of a weak Aub. secondary.

It's simple: if LSU can't run effectively, they lose. If they can't complete passes, they lose. They will have to do both well.

No, they can't win tomorrow w/o a passing game.

1:27 PM  

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