Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Bengal B, Aug 1, 2019.
Guess Ramah can take his place...
Lengthy, but very interesting article on attendance, parking, & tailgating @ football games.
What’s with all of these players skipping practice. Seems like everyday we have 5 to 10 players not participating. What kind of message does that send? Better yet how many players have skipped practice at Texas?
You talkin' bout practice? Practice. Not a game. Practice.
I don't care if veterans like Delpit, Lawrence, Fehoko and a few others play a single snap in fall camp as long as they are on the field for kickoff on August 31st. I would like to see Joe Burrow participate in a scrimmage or two, not for his sake but for getting in synch with the receivers. Alabama has already lost one starting LB for the season. It would make me sick to my stomach to see that happen to any of our starters.
meatball has fallen and he can't get up.....nice upgrade! good work O!
Bill Johnson set to coach LSU's defensive line in 2019
With the season less than three weeks away, LSU head coach Ed Orgeron has announced a shift to his current staff.
On Thursday, sources told the Geaux247 staff that the defensive line coach for the 2019 season will be Bill Johnson, a Monroe native who spent 2001 to 2018 as a defensive line coach in the NFL, most recently coaching the Los Angeles Rams last season. Johnson had spent 2009-2016 as a defensive line coach with the New Orleans Saints, which included a Super Bowl win during the 2009-2010 season.
What happened to Meatloaf or Meatball, the 1st Louisiana Baw Orgeron "Tapped" to coach the DL 3 years ago? And only 64 years old!
Former Atlanta Falcons & Saints coach. I know somebody won't like his old Dirty Bird ways.
Just felt like posting this.
The linked article is Coach O's recap of the scrimmage. The video link is his meeting with the press afterwards:
Joe Burrow shines in scrimmage. Myles Brennan has a good day too. Now lets get those passing percentages up.
K'Lavon Chaisson and Grant Delpit both named to ESPN'S first team preseason All American.