What a Year it Could be in Louisiana

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What a Year it Could be in Louisiana

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The Saints are the favorite to win the Super Bowl.

LSU, as much as I cannot stand them, are squarely in the picture for a national title.

Tulane can make some noise if the offense can get better.

New Orleans may never see a better year of football.

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tjtlja wrote: LSU, as much as I cannot stand them, are squarely in the picture for a national title.
They got a new coach?! Alabama did too??? How did I miss this?!?!
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Obviously you missed the game and Burrow also. It is called TV.

SEC will have two teams in the playoffs this year. Should be very interesting debate at year end.

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tjtlja wrote:Obviously you missed the game and Burrow also. It is called TV.

SEC will have two teams in the playoffs this year. Should be very interesting debate at year end.
hate to give LSU any credit, ever, but Burrow is the real deal.. imagine how good he'd be on a team with a good coach
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I have to give bigmoneytx credit. When Orgeron rehabilitated himself as USC's interim coach, money said he was worried LSU would hire him one day. I thought he was crazy. But Orgeron is doing a very solid job doing the same sort of thing Miles did at LSU, recruit and let your staff do their jobs.
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tjtlja wrote:Obviously you missed the game and Burrow also. It is called TV.

SEC will have two teams in the playoffs this year. Should be very interesting debate at year end.
Uh, I watched our game
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tjtlja wrote:The Saints are the favorite to win the Super Bowl.
But the Browns... Oh, wait, nevermind, carry on. :lol: :lol:

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PeteRasche wrote:
tjtlja wrote:The Saints are the favorite to win the Super Bowl.
But the Browns... Oh, wait, nevermind, carry on. :lol: :lol:
Quite impressed with your Bengals Pete. I had Seattle in a survivor pool and really had to sweat it out!

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Johnny Mac wrote:
tjtlja wrote:Obviously you missed the game and Burrow also. It is called TV.

SEC will have two teams in the playoffs this year. Should be very interesting debate at year end.
hate to give LSU any credit, ever, but Burrow is the real deal.. imagine how good he'd be on a team with a good coach
Joe Brady looks to be a pretty good OC so far. It’s not like Ed Orgeron is doing hands-on coaching of the quarterback position.

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