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LSU @ Tennessee Stat & Score Predictions
7p, ESPN
Posted: Saturday, November 18th, 2017, 6:34 AM • Permalink
[BLOGGER’S NOTE: this entry was voice dictated. Please forgive any typographical, grammatical, spelling, punctuation, or other errors.]

“Ding dong The Butch Era is dead...”

And all of all nation can finally take a deep breath. Hope has been restored. Brady Hoke is at the helm even though he never got it done in Michigan, he’s 10 times the coach Butch Jones ever was.

I don’t know if John Gruden is the answer, but I sure am glad we’re taking multiple swings at it. Shows me that the boosters have finally got sick of being losers. Plus, even if we don’t get him, with Peyton Manning heading up to search, I feel more confident than I ever have that we might actually get a good higher this time.

I wrote a blog several days ago outlining my believe that you could tell by the end of year to whether a coach is going to be good at that particular school or not. I have not publicly posted my list of preferred coaching candidates, but I plan to next week provided Jon Gruden doesn’t sign with your Tennessee volunteers.

But I’m so excited that, if we win this LSU game today, I will resume predicting not only scores but also stats for the game starting with Vanderbilt.

So, if youre Paying attention at home, you realize that I just submitted that I am not predicting stats for the LSU game. That is mostly because, even though I Suspect that the players Feel the same way we do—like a giant weight has been Lifted—I still don’’ think our defense is good enough to stop Darius Giese and the LSU rushing attack.

I could be wrong. Hope is a powerful thing, and Teams relieved of oppressive, loser coaches Tenza really perform well especially in the first game after the change. Case in point LSU last year (even though Les Miles was nowhere near the boob and buffoon that Butch is).

Still, I’m sorry to say that I have to pick LSU in this one. So, expect Bob stupid his defense to surrender another 300+ rushing yard game to our opponent.

And expect the final score of…

LSU 35, Tennessee 27

I do expect to be a good, close game. I just expect Alex Yu to be able to score more points than us this point. But the most helpful part, aside from a new coach, is that I think we have a strong chance of beating Vanderbilt next weekend. I would’ve given us a 10% chance before we fired that clown but Jones. But, for the first time all season, I can finally unreservedly cheer for my volunteers.

Go big Orange! Go Vols!

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