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    Unfortunately, Cajuns are done. Can't say it was a fun season to watch. Although, I do have to say that the team never quit and was pretty gritty, just not good enough. They are a slightly above average team, which won't be good enough to make post season this year. Hopefully, we have some talented recruits coming in on both the offensive side and pitching wise, and we have a new hitting coach. Here's to next season.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunProud View Post
    Unfortunately, Cajuns are done. Can't say it was a fun season to watch. Although, I do have to say that the team never quit and was pretty gritty, just not good enough. They are a slightly above average team, which won't be good enough to make post season this year. Hopefully, we have some talented recruits coming in on both the offensive side and pitching wise, and we have a new hitting coach. Here's to next season.
    ....So can someone lay out the steps through the tourney to get a regional.....what is our expected seed, who to pull for or against???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    ....So can someone lay out the steps through the tourney to get a regional.....what is our expected seed, who to pull for or against???
    If we sweep Monroe we the 2 seed. Unlikely but that is the mathematics of it. Otherwise we will be a top 6 seed and will play a winner of a first round game. Regardless of our seed we don't have the pitching depth to win a tourney. And that's just the facts. Too much inconsistency all year and have not been able to solve that issue yet. We would have to pitch close to perfect or hit our way thru it and despite the improvement in the second half, it's just not going to be good enough.

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    With a real life hitting coach Lahare, Cantrelle, Bourgeois, Kasuls, Lott can be dangerous. Let's hope they get that chance next year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raginsaints View Post
    With a real life hitting coach Lahare, Cantrelle, Bourgeois, Kasuls, Lott can be dangerous. Let's hope they get that chance next year.
    I will be surprised if Lott is here next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raginsaints View Post
    With a real life hitting coach Lahare, Cantrelle, Bourgeois, Kasuls, Lott can be dangerous. Let's hope they get that chance next year.
    I'd bet good money that Lott is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeauxLouisiana View Post
    I'd bet good money that Lott is gone.
    And no one would hold it against him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajunref View Post
    I will be surprised if Lott is here next year.
    I'm hoping a new hitting coach would convince him to stay

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    Quote Originally Posted by raginsaints View Post
    I'm hoping a new hitting coach would convince him to stay
    I would as well, but I'm not sure we are going to get a new hitting coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunProud View Post
    I would as well, but I'm not sure we are going to get a new hitting coach.
    and after enduring this season hitting woes and the 2 previous seasons, if Talbot is retained this would be the first time I would seriously question Robe's administrative decisions . But Robe has to know the end has come for whatever hitting system we employ and the coach of it. The results speak for themselves .

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    Quote Originally Posted by angeleast View Post
    and after enduring this season hitting woes and the 2 previous seasons, if Talbot is retained this would be the first time I would seriously question Robe's administrative decisions . But Robe has to know the end has come for whatever hitting system we employ and the coach of it. The results speak for themselves .
    For this university, with it's rich baseball history and high level facilities and resources available, to ever finish near the bottom of any statistical category in the NCAA is a complete and utter failure of whatever system the head coach is running.

    Robe has to decide if he is a baseball coach or a life coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazycajun View Post
    Win the conference tournament
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    Win 2 and we are in the finals. Anything can happen from there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    Win 2 and we are in the finals. Anything can happen from there.
    Bracket finals, not tournament finals

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunNation View Post
    For this university, with it's rich baseball history and high level facilities and resources available, to ever finish near the bottom of any statistical category in the NCAA is a complete and utter failure of whatever system the head coach is running.

    Robe has to decide if he is a baseball coach or a life coach.
    Absolutely amazing... Social media brings out this sort of BS.... Robe is the ONLY successful coach men's sports has had in the last 40+ years.... Baseball is the ONLY relevant at a national level men's program that we have... Yes we have not been up to our NATIONAL standards that we have become accustomed to but he has coached a team that simply cannot hit to a point where we are on the cusp of an at-large bid. YES I SAID IT... If we sweep our remaining 4 we are on the cusp..... everyone said we needed 5 of our last 7 to be there.... sweep and we have accomplished that goal...yes a lot has to happen

    But to question Robe's ability to coach baseball is ridiculous... We sit on social media and pretend to know what this man who gives his life to the program must do.... I don't know if Talbot is a good hitting coach nor does anyone else... Certainly the results say no... but I will NEVER question Tony Robichaux's decisions....

    I sat in the stands with my ice-chest and 120 others at one time.... coming off of probation... Today we have a baseball palace and again are relevant nationally....Now we have the lsua&m@br wannabees (I'm going to demand excellence or the coach has to get out) come on here and pontificate some of the outrageous BS I hear....

    Geez

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    Not sorry guy.

    If Talbot is still employed here next season, I'll have my answer.


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    So what's the plan for jace and Caleb afterthis season?


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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    So what's the plan for jace and Caleb afterthis season?
    My guess is they will have their degrees and become part of the job force in some aspect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    My guess is they will have their degrees and become part of the job force in some aspect.
    Correct. They both graduated Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajunref View Post
    I will be surprised if Lott is here next year.
    I'll be shocked

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