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    UL Football What's in store for the Ragin' Cajuns offense in 2020?

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    Default Re: What's in store for the Ragin' Cajuns offense in 2020?

    Just wondering, but why would an article about the future of Ragin Cajuns' offense have anything to do with championship game Monday night? Could have easily ended the sentence after "nationally" with a period.

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    UL had three 800-plus-yard rushers in 2019 Elijah Mitchell, who finished with 1,147 and 16 rushing touchdowns; Raymond Calais Jr. (886, six); and Trey Ragas (820, 11).
    They're part of an offense that averaged 257.4 rushing yards per game, which ranks sixth nationally heading into Monday night's national championship game between LSU and Clemson."

    That part of the story is so much out of content of the rest of the article.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunSaint08 View Post
    Just wondering, but why would an article about the future of Ragin Cajuns' offense have anything to do with championship game Monday night? Could have easily ended the sentence after "nationally" with a period.

    "RUNNING BACK
    UL had three 800-plus-yard rushers in 2019 Elijah Mitchell, who finished with 1,147 and 16 rushing touchdowns; Raymond Calais Jr. (886, six); and Trey Ragas (820, 11).
    They're part of an offense that averaged 257.4 rushing yards per game, which ranks sixth nationally heading into Monday night's national championship game between LSU and Clemson."

    That part of the story is so much out of content of the rest of the article.
    Agreed Saint. Does he think our rushing offense has anything to do with the game between Clemson and A&M?

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    Default Re: What's in store for the Ragin' Cajuns offense in 2020?

    I don't know, is one of those two teams in position to pass Louisiana, or fall behind with a bad outing?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    I don't know, is one of those two teams in position to pass Louisiana, or fall behind with a bad outing?
    Rough math, if Clemson runs for 416 yds tonight, they will pass us.

    "Pass" is a poor word choice. If Clemson runs for 416 yds tonight, they will run past us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabbForHeisman View Post
    Rough math, if Clemson runs for 416 yds tonight, they will pass us.

    "Pass" is a poor word choice. If Clemson runs for 416 yds tonight, they will run past us.
    If Clemson rushes for 416+ tonight I will laugh and laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieK View Post
    If Clemson rushes for 416+ tonight I will laugh and laugh.
    I'd gladly take that bump down to 7th

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