Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by islstl, Oct 6, 2018.
Thought we brought in the WR whisperer?
I heard an interview with Wendell Davis and he talked about how Jerry Sullivan made him a much better receiver and taught him a lot.
So you're saying a WR, who has been trained to catch footballs his entire career, needs more than 6 games to learn how to catch a ball thrown to him from his QB? Hmmm.
You did see for yourself that our receivers can't catch.
I think Sullivan is here to coach the WRs AND Mickey J.
Pass rush is what was the difference in this one on both ends for each team.
It's not just LSU, it's prevalent everywhere. Rarely do you see WR's catching with the hands, it's too often under hand catching the ball. LSU is horrible at not catching with their hands though.
Can you cite some examples of "everywhere?" Through six weeks of football I'm guessing I've watched 28-32 games: maybe more. I've seen it three times this season. You guys, Oregon, and Louisville (the later is perfectly understandable as Petrino doesn't allow contact from his defense in practices.)
I don't see it as prevalent as you're suggesting.
A fumble. Absolutely no doubt. I thought it was during the game...went back and watched it again this morning.