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    Is ESPN the only spot for highlights? I found a total of 2 viddys there, both were of SELA touchdowns.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunfanatico View Post
    Is ESPN the only spot for highlights? I found a total of 2 viddys there, both were of SELA touchdowns.
    They're bitter about calling us Louisiana so this is how they stick it to us now.

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    Is this a joke or really a HUD quote?
    I wrote it as a joke, but you never know what might come out of Mark "The Blamer" Hudspeth's pie hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoomZoom View Post
    Negative. I thought I was at a h/s game...WTH was that Ragin J___ thing with the SLU dance team. I was waiting on our cheerleaders to introduce the SLU cheerleaders next.
    Wrong, it was not a high school game. I came to that conclusion after I could not listen to the radio broadcast anymore because the LOUD speakers were drowning out my earbuds that were cranked up to 90% in my ears. Its ridiculousness loud. 90% of high schools you cant even hear the announcer

    Poor band only played for about 10 minutes of the game towards the end of the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunfanatico View Post
    I don't know the numbers but it appears FBS transfers played a big role in last night's game for SELA.

    They were hungry and wanted the win and darned near pulled it off. Hats off to 'em. It'll be interesting to see how they fare the rest of the season.

    As for the Cajuns, seems like everything was reversed as to what we expected. Expected exceptional defense and that obviously didn't happen. Offense was the big question mark and look what happened! QB and running backs seem to be solid, moreso the latter, but qb should only improve with playing time.

    Fix the defense, fast, and we may have a decent squad.
    If there would not have been the Anthony Jennings experiment last year we would not be in the "need to get the quarterback experience" situation now. If you score over 50 points you should win the game. We needed not one but two returns for touchdown to win the game. Defense defense defense.

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    Plenty of negatives to espouse, but I'll say that I thought the Oline played well. I thought Davis' accuracy on deep throws was encouraging. (His intermediate to short passing game was actually very poor and he needs to learn to throw a touch pass when the situation calls for it). Obviously encouraged by our KO and punt returners. Still very high on our WR corps, although Jacquet was brutal last night. Ragas and Mitchell showed their potential as well.

    Feels like I post this every year, but you "a win is a win" people either don't know ____ about football, or are casual fans that care more about socializing than watching and analyzing what's happening on the field. Either way, spare the rest of us from your drivel. Several here put in tons of time, effort, money, support, emotion, and sacrifice for this program to open a season like that. No, it's not ok. No, it wasn't "well SLU came to win". STOP.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    Plenty of negatives to espouse, but I'll say that I thought the Oline played well. I thought Davis' accuracy on deep throws was encouraging. (His intermediate to short passing game was actually very poor and he needs to learn to throw a touch pass when the situation calls for it). Obviously encouraged by our KO and punt returners. Still very high on our WR corps, although Jacquet was brutal last night. Ragas and Mitchell showed their potential as well.

    Feels like I post this every year, but you "a win is a win" people either don't know ____ about football, or are casual fans that care more about socializing than watching and analyzing what's happening on the field. Either way, spare the rest of us from your drivel. Several here put in tons of time, effort, money, support, emotion, and sacrifice for this program to open a season like that. No, it's not ok. No, it wasn't "well SLU came to win". STOP.

    I never bought into the saying that there is no such thing as an ugly win. Last night was the textbook definition of that.

    Davis is improved but needs work
    Running game looked pretty good
    Calais is a man

    This has the making of a typical Hud team. Score like a video game and just hope for a couple of stops on defense to win the game.

    We don't win 6 games this year. I'd be thrilled with 6 but I just don't see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunStros View Post
    I never bought into the saying that there is no such thing as an ugly win. Last night was the textbook definition of that.

    Davis is improved but needs work
    Running game looked pretty good
    Calais is a man

    This has the making of a typical Hud team. Score like a video game and just hope for a couple of stops on defense to win the game.

    We don't win 6 games this year. I'd be thrilled with 6 but I just don't see it.
    .......Well most things have been covered but in the punt situation, I have been scared of ours being blocked and rushed......this caused the non hang time on a great sky high kicker,,,,,, what really irked me were the 2touchbacks on great end over Knicks that should have been downed inside 3 yard line....gave up about 40 yards of field position....llI was very impressed with SLU's offense....huge line that stayed with blocks....a Great running back....QBs with wheels and accurate throwers and glad that some were dropped although there were some great catches!!!

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    Did anyone else notice that the clock did not move during the two point attempt and subsequent run back? It stayed at 14 seconds the entire play. I know because my wife was watching the clock instead of the game. She was ready to go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by alum81 View Post
    Did anyone else notice that the clock did not move during the two point attempt and subsequent run back? It stayed at 14 seconds the entire play. I know because my wife was watching the clock instead of the game. She was ready to go.
    Game clock doesn't run on a PAT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelmutVII View Post
    If there would not have been the Anthony Jennings experiment last year we would not be in the "need to get the quarterback experience" situation now. If you score over 50 points you should win the game. We needed not one but two returns for touchdown to win the game. Defense defense defense.
    Do we still win that game with Jennings at QB? I feel he would have thrown a pick at some critical point. Davis was not anything special and he certainly missed a few throws, but he didn't turn it over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaginScotsman View Post
    Do we still win that game with Jennings at QB? I feel he would have thrown a pick at some critical point.
    Should we even be talking about whether one pick would have decided the game against SLfreakinU?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    Should we even be talking about whether one pick would have decided the game against SLfreakinU?
    I know. I'm just trying to find anything to feel a bit better about the situation. Davis and the Cajuns protected the ball. That was positive. We'll never know if a key turnover would have done us in, but Jennings had a tendency to find defensive backs with his passes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaginScotsman View Post
    I know. I'm just trying to find anything to feel a bit better about the situation. Davis and the Cajuns protected the ball. That was positive. We'll never know if a key turnover would have done us in, but Jennings had a tendency to find defensive backs with his passes.
    Oline played better against smaller Dline.
    Calais is fast. Davis can throw the deep ball.
    Trahan from AHS has a clue. Will Hall isn't scared to open the playbook. Raheem Malone could be Harry Peoples.

    Outside of that, we know nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    Should we even be talking about whether one pick would have decided the game against SLfreakinU?
    Understood MAT, but still, it's possible SLfreakinU will turn out to be a pretty good squad this year.

    While I wanted to see us blow them out as much as anyone, I'm not ready to hit the panic button, especially considering the last couple of year's performance on offense. Again, I was most concerned about our ability to score, against anyone, and at least there's some real signs of life there.

    Opening weekend and teams such as Illinois, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, ECU, Baylor, Nebraska, etc are all saying, WTF, today. It happens every year.

    Now, if the rub is really just a continuation of the discussion of our coaching woes, then that's a horse of a different color.

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    I would love to be able to come on here @RP and praise the team for all kinds of things, because this is the only college team I care about and I want to have a nationally competitive football program. It's tough, and I see the effort by the players, I think they are trying. I blame it all on the coaches, specifically Hud. This team does not look talented, which is the result of recruiting. I know there are a few exceptions, but you can't field a winning football team with 5 talented players. Also, I'm not impressed with the scheme of either the offense or defense.


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    Thing is much of what we saw on defense and special teams is players not playing their assignments. That falls on coaching.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunfanatico View Post
    Understood MAT, but still, it's possible SLfreakinU will turn out to be a pretty good squad this year.

    While I wanted to see us blow them out as much as anyone, I'm not ready to hit the panic button, especially considering the last couple of year's performance on offense. Again, I was most concerned about our ability to score, against anyone, and at least there's some real signs of life there.

    Opening weekend and teams such as Illinois, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, ECU, Baylor, Nebraska, etc are all saying, WTF, today. It happens every year.

    Now, if the rub is really just a continuation of the discussion of our coaching woes, then that's a horse of a different color.
    For every Howard and Liberty there are 30 other games like VMI, Jackson St, CCSU, Fordham... I can go on and on. We are the KINGS of "yea but" around here. The team was not ready to play. When you can actually see players lack desire to make a tackle on a kid half their size in a home opener, that's a major warning sign.

    My comments are not projecting forward at all. I'm specifically talking about what we saw last night. 2 of the 3 phases were horrendous. HORRENDOUS. Our defense was lost. Even worse, completely and thuroughly manhandled by a team that is not even in the division of football that we are a member of. THAT IS UNACCPETABLE. Period, end of conversation.

    Meanwhile, our peers (by whom we should be judging ourselves) went out and competed with PAC12, MWC, Big 12, AAC, and SEC. The majority of them didnt embarrass themselves, rather, they competed.

    And here we are making excuses for why SLU is "might turn out to be a good team".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunfanatico View Post
    Understood MAT, but still, it's possible SLfreakinU will turn out to be a pretty good squad this year.

    While I wanted to see us blow them out as much as anyone, I'm not ready to hit the panic button, especially considering the last couple of year's performance on offense. Again, I was most concerned about our ability to score, against anyone, and at least there's some real signs of life there.

    Opening weekend and teams such as Illinois, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, ECU, Baylor, Nebraska, etc are all saying, WTF, today. It happens every year.

    Now, if the rub is really just a continuation of the discussion of our coaching woes, then that's a horse of a different color.
    Howard beat UNLV too.

    I know what today would have felt like if we lost. It would have made for a very depressing Labor Day. The game was tough to watch, but I'm really, really pumped that we won.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaginScotsman View Post
    Do we still win that game with Jennings at QB? I feel he would have thrown a pick at some critical point. Davis was not anything special and he certainly missed a few throws, but he didn't turn it over.
    I know it's early and it's not saying much but in my opinion, we are a LITTLE better than we were last year.

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