LSU football is the No. 1 topic of discussion every day on SEC Country’s One Team, One Podcast. Host Carter ‘The Power” Bryant found a Tweet made by LSU offensive lineman Toby Weathersby to be one all high school recruits should read. Bryant ponders why Weathersby deleted the Tweet, what recruits actually look for when searching for their next destination and if coaches have an unfair amount of mobility in relation to their players.
LSU OL Toby Weathersby Tweets deep thoughts
Weathersby had this to say yesterday, only a day after it was announced LSU offensive line coach Jeff Grimes was bolting to BYU to become the Cougar’s next offensive coordinator.
— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) December 14, 2017
Weathersby seemed to be saddened his position coach was leaving. He also showed some depth by sharing the harsh reality of the business of college football. One day a coach is there, the next he is not. Just ask how Oregon fans feel about Willie Taggert.
Bryant wonders if Weathersby was trying to reach recruits and their thought process as they make one of the biggest decisions of their lives. He points out how we often see players and prospects follow coaches as they leave for different schools. That sets a dangerous precedent, as coaches have more mobility to move than players do.
Bryant wonders maybe it is time to seriously reconsider transfer rules as the coaching carousel has become more ridiculous. Also, he discusses the future of LSU offensive coordinator Matt Canada and the LSU basketball team.
Fact of the Day
Bryant loves animals. You would be surprised how talented beavers are. Also, we chat about earthworms. Yes, this podcast is the most exciting thing on the Internet.
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