Wrong, I made no comparison between LSU and other SEC teams. I've been talking about LSU against Pac teams...11 straight including over USCw, Oregon, Arizona, Zona State, Oregon State, Udub and some of those teams a couple of times.
you are the one making claims that the Pac will dominate CFB when everyone with a brain knows if any conference is going to dominate CFB, it's the SEC. 6 Straight National Championships...deal with it.
In the last 30 years, LSU is 10-0 over Pac teams and has twice beaten the Pac-10 Champion by an avg of 16.5 ppg. During the same span, USC is 4-3 against SEC teams has not beaten the SEC champ.
Come on you guys you're wasting OUR time. MY time, Your time and everyone elses in this room.OilyDuck
USC Fight- You are missing the refferences being used.Its Monday..... Annnnnnd Im back I got it now. Furthest thing from blonde too.
LSU will be better because of a stronger O-line and D-Line. 3 of the 4 D Lineman on next year's LSU defense will likely be 1st round picks when they go pro. All 5 of our O-lineman are projected to be drafted in next year's draft and 1 or 2 are projected 1st rounders depending on which "expert" is picking.I think its safe to say that your D line will be better and your O line may also. We were so young and in experienced for the most part in the trenches last year. the one thing about that is we have future pros on that line too and may have had more last year had they not been so young.
LSU was clearly better last year beating the National Champion, Orange Bowl winner, and Rose Bowl winner and finishing 13-1 compared to USC beating the Rose winner (but LSU beat Oregon by 10 more points than did USC) and going 10-2 overall.Again I dont really care how they did last year because they could lose their first 2 or three games this year. There is just no way to know until it happens. Not one analyst picked USC over Oregon last year and we know how that one turned out.
From last year's team, USC lost 2 players drafted in the 1st round of the NFL draft and LSU also lost 2. USC lost a great O-lineman that will be impossible to replace at the same level and also lost a DE when their defense was suspect last year giving up 40+ points on 3 occasions. LSU lost a DT and will replace him with a monster (Anthony Freak Johnson) who was a true Frosh last year but is over 300 lbs and runs a 4.7. We will have a good replacement for Morris Claiborne at CB but we will not be quite as good at that position.
Also, LSU makes a major upgrade at QB finally ridding ouselves of 3 years of QB mediocrity with a guy who will be drafted and can really throw the ball downfield.Hmmm well weve got the best QB and WR's in the nation this year who will for sure be top ten 1st rounders and our QB most likely the number one overall pick with Woods not too far behind. If Lee could leave hed be a top ten pick too.
Alabama might have been the most talented defensive team but were nowhere near the most talented offenseTall tiger
YES. The fact is, it's very difficult to beat the most talented team in the nation twice in the same season and Alabama was the most talented team last year and played a perfect game. I think this year, we have that edge. Alabama OC came up with 1 play that worked but it kept working and the bottom line is that our offense did absolutely nothing and our defense eventually just got worn down tackling the best RB in the nation. Don't forget that USC lost by 3TD to ASU last year so everyone has a down game....ours came at the worst possible time.