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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.
    Likely gets his release b4 any possible coaching change.

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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 .

    The "system" is a stop sign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dad04 View Post
    Likely gets his release b4 any possible coaching change.
    Won't need a release with JUCO as that's the only place he could play right away without sitting out a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    Won't need a release with JUCO as that's the only place he could play right away without sitting out a year.
    Yes, I don't think there is any fathomable exception from which to appeal the requirement to sit out one year to the NCAA based upon the ineptness of the previous hitting coaching staff to properly develop and/or use this kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    Won't need a release with JUCO as that's the only place he could play right away without sitting out a year.
    He is a jr. Next year. I don't think juco is an option.. He can play D2 right away like Tyler Benzel and the closer kid got caught DWI.

    They went to FL Southern an U Tampa, respectively. Both top 5 D2 programs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dad04 View Post
    He is a jr. Next year. I don't think juco is an option.. He can play D2 right away like Tyler Benzel and the closer kid got caught DWI.

    They went to FL Southern an U Tampa, respectively. Both top 5 D2 programs
    This is correct. Lott is not eligible for JUCO. He will have to go D2 or NAIA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rougarou View Post
    This is correct. Lott is not eligible for JUCO. He will have to go D2 or NAIA.
    Or D3 for that matter.

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    Let's hope instead of worrying about being eligible he is amenable to staying here with a new hitting coach. How about Dat!!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    Let's hope instead of worrying about being eligible he is amenable to staying here with a new hitting coach. How about Dat!!!!!!
    BOOM! Mr. Lott has made his presence felt tonight & last game - 3 HRS in 2 games!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaginFan2 View Post
    BOOM! Mr. Lott has made his presence felt tonight & last game - 3 HRS in 2 games!
    2nd on the team in HRs .... at 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun_lannister View Post
    2nd on the team in HRs .... at 3
    And with zero HRS just a few days ago, he now has 1/5 of the team total! Wow! That 1st one tonight was impressive , as he was fooled by the pitch & kind of just flicked his bat with less than a full swing.

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    Troy beat a very good Auburn team last night, adding to their resume.


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    This team has shown True Grit and will NOT go down without a fight.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rougarou View Post
    Troy beat a very good Auburn team last night, adding to their resume.
    That win pushed Troy to #40, South Alabama's loss to Southeastern Louisiana dropped them to #56 and the Cajuns win brought them to #55.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaginFan2 View Post
    And with zero HRS just a few days ago, he now has 1/5 of the team total! Wow! That 1st one tonight was impressive , as he was fooled by the pitch & kind of just flicked his bat with less than a full swing.
    Bunch of variables obviously in Lott....I hate that he seems not to have a pre delivery back timing as he just waits for the ball and explodes....but as was mentioned how does a not even full swing send that ball in orbit? So we have our house, our fans, and our team's showing a timing to be at our best....Geaux my Cajuns!!!

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    Would that Parkview head baseball coach be a consideration to come back here? Would that be a good get if available? I believe he was pretty good when he was here some time ago. Is he a batting guru? Just asking if anyone knows.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    Would that Parkview head baseball coach be a consideration to come back here? Would that be a good get if available? I believe he was pretty good when he was here some time ago. Is he a batting guru? Just asking if anyone knows.
    Guy is a little long in the tooth we need a young guy with ____ and vinegar. Team has lacked swagger for the past few years

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    I wouldn't stay...Bab ball is going to keep a wet noodle in his hands at the plate.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun_lannister View Post
    Guy is a little long in the tooth we need a young guy with ____ and vinegar. Team has lacked swagger for the past few years
    You are probably right, but he looked about 30 years younger than Wayne Graham and watching him coach against TC last Thursday, he is in no way lacking in ______ and vinegar. He was coaching up those kids the whole game and there could not have been a coach more interested in every facet of the game from what I saw.

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