If you read between the lines of John Chavis’ decision to bolt the LSU program it seems to be a vote of “no confidence” in Les Miles’ offense or his offensive strategy. One can hardly blame Chavis.

Money is a powerful motivator, but in this case the difference between the A&M offer and LSU’s “counter” is hardly significant. In the futures market, the odds just shifted toward Texas A&M reaching the championship level before LSU does.

Robert Hebert


Baton Rouge