Has LSU announced what they are doing to honor Leach?

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  1. Herb

    Herb Founding Member

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    On cue, you attack anyone who disagrees with you.
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    fanatic Habitual Line Stepper

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    Dude, grow a pair. Everyone agrees that it's sad and awful that he died. But it happens to people every day. LSU does not need to 'honor' him just because he passed on. Other than our defense allowing Elvis Costello the game of his life, there is no connection to LSU. My uncle, who was and LSU undergrad and law school grad and was a season ticket holder for 40 years, has more of a connection to LSU then Leach does and LSU didn't hoor him when he died. I agree with Tiga. If he's to be honored, let the SEC do it.
     
  3. mctiger

    mctiger RIP, and thanks for the music Staff Member

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    Nothing wrong with a moment of silence on his behalf before the next major LSU-MSU event in BR, but that won't be until the Feb. 26 women's basketball game, 2 months after his passing. If you're of a mind that women's basketball doesn't constitute a major event, then you're pushing it back to the baseball series in May. At what point do you say, its just been too long, let it go? And beyond a moment of silence, what more honor does LSU owe him?
     
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  4. CagedTiger

    CagedTiger Freshman

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    Dude, you're an arrogant douche bag! You're the guy at every gathering that is loud and obnoxious and everyone dreads seeing walk in the door. Don't worry, I won't ever change because I'm totally opposite of you and that's a good thing!
     
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    LSU doesn't owe him anything, but it's called having respect and dignity for someone who has passed and is connected to LSU, whether you realize it our not. We all brag about the SEC is the best conference in the country, so that means we are all supporting each other in one way or another. As a Christian, I find it mind-blowing the amount of push back this thread has received, but I have faith and full confidence the majority of LSU fans don't feel the same way. Not one LSU fan that I know of supports your stances! I hope LSU does something for Coach Leach, whether that is a moment of silence or a sticker on the helmet.
     
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  6. BAY0U BENGAL

    BAY0U BENGAL I'm a Chinese Bandit

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    This is a weird hill to die on.
     
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  7. mctiger

    mctiger RIP, and thanks for the music Staff Member

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    My stance is that a moment of silence is enough show of respect for a man who has no direct connection to the university. I'm curious as to why you think LSU should do more?
     
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    Nutriaitch Fear the Buoy

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    yeah a moment of silence before the bowl just to publicly pay respects to a man that impacted the sport.

    other than that i don’t see it.
    and i really wouldn’t expect anyone to do anything special for us if we lost a coach either.
     
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  9. shane0911

    shane0911 Helping lost idiots find their village

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    No reason to take that tone, I'm sure everyone is saddened by the passing of the pirate. The fact of the matter is LSU doesn't need to do anything to "honor" him. It's just that simple.

    Time to let it go
     
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    BornOnTheBayou 2022 Masters Pick 'Em Champion

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    Has any SEC school other than MSU announced how they are going to honor him?
     
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