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For LSU to remain at or near the top of the SEC heap, some things will have to improve from where the Tigers left off in 2013. LSU has issues at quarterback, linebacker and along the defensive line. But the Tigers seem to do some of their best work when people underestimate them and their too-weird-for-words coach Les Miles.
Whether coaches like to admit it or not, some games are “circled” games.
Given that it’s next to impossible to be at an emotional high 12 or 13 times a season, the typical college football team will go through ebbs and peaks of emotion. But for some games, coaches make sure the emotional preparation reaches a zenith.
For Alabama in 2013, those games have included the opener over Virginia Tech, a road trip to Texas A&M and will include the season finisher against Auburn. But the biggest of the big to this point, without a doubt, was the annual showdown against LSU.Continue reading …
LSU was hit harder by graduation and early NFL entry than most other SEC teams. But an experienced offense, an upgrade in offensive coaching and a strong overall talent level give Tiger fans hope that LSU can be a surprise team on the national stage. Continued development at the quarterback position and answering questions at linebacker and on special teams will be the most important tasks for Les Miles’ staff going forward.Continue reading …