Were You Satisfied With LSUs 2013 Performance

Dated: January 7 2014

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Totally satisfied with 2013, 10 wins again, despite losing stud defensive players to the NFL...LSU wasn't expected to be great and they were better than we thought.

I love the improved offensive play calling.
Zach showed why experience, talent and a great Offensive Coordinator and two College Pro Bowl receivers can make a difference.
Anthony Jennings showed why being a freshman quarterback is so hard.
D.J. Welter has improved.
The defensive backs will be lock downs next year.
My buddy, Ray, hates Les Miles, but I love him because all he does is win.
I wouldn't trade our OC or DC for anybody in America.
Jeremy Hill made a lot of money yesterday.
Ego and Johnson ought to come back, tons of skill players coming next year.
Defensive would be solid if they did.
Somebody will have to step up at quarterback. 
Jarvis Landry was fun to watch, as well as Odell Beckham, we may never see
two receivers together like that again.
Proud that the players learned a lesson about off the field stuff. After Hill's stupid incident, they must have gotten the message.
Looking forward to commitments at today's Under Armour game. 
Already excited about next year.
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