Welcome to One Team, One Podcast, SEC Country’s daily LSU football podcast with your host Carter “The Power” Bryant. We are joined in this episode by SEC Country’s Nick Suss to discuss athletic director Joe Alleva’s role in the fluid situation regarding he Tigers’ opener against BYU on Saturday. Suss also goes into detail about possible locations for the AdvoCare Texas Kickoff.
The game will unlikely be played in Houston after devastating Hurricane Harvey hit Southeast Texas. Visit RedCross.org to donate for relief efforts.
Here is a rundown of the second episode of One Team, One Podcast:
Joe Alleva’s role
Bryant led the show today with some thoughts on Alleva. Fair or not, he will be criticized, or praised, for whatever happens with this game.
Alleva has been criticized harshly in recent years, some of which has been warranted. In this case though, Bryant explains why that hate should be placed elsewhere.
The latest for LSU-BYU
Suss says nobody is sure where the Tigers and Cougars will play on Saturday. There is the possibility LSU or BYU could host in Baton Rouge or Provo respectively. Also, the game could be moved to an NFL stadium like the Superdome in New Orleans.
Suss explains that neither school is in a true position of power. ESPN and the AdvoCare Texas Kickoff executives are the ones who will ultimately make the call.
BYU film study
The Cougars were one of the few schools that have already played a game. Head coach Kelani Sitake watched his team grind out a 20-6 win against Portland State.
Suss watched the game twice and walked away mostly unimpressed. He breaks down why the Cougars will be in trouble against LSU’s elite athletes.
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