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On Line Sports Gambling - LSU Fills Needs for 2010 Comeback

On line sports gambling fans saw the LSU Tigers finish the 2009 college football season as something of a disappointment as they were 9-4 straight up.

On line sports gambling fans were burned by the Bayou Bengals, who had a gambling sports mark of just 5-8 against the spread as they finished a distant second to Alabama in the SEC West. LSU head coach Les Miles has been under increasing on line sports gambling fire since the Tigers won the 2007 gambling sports National Championship but LSU fans and coaches are optimistic about the 2010 sportsgambling season after a highly successful National Signing Day that addressed many of the team’s on line sports gambling problems and needs.

LSU had a consensus top three recruiting class for the 2009 on line sports gambling season and although they did not achieve that ranking for 2010 they found players that could be a better fit at addressing issues heading into the season.

Overall LSU still ranked anywhere from sixth to eighth in the national on line sports gambling rankings for 2010.  LSU finished a dismal 111th nationally for total offense in the 2009 on line sports gambling season and just 90th in the nation for rushing.

They addressed the problem for the 2010 on line sports gambling season by singing three running backs; Alfred Blue, Jakhari Gore, and Spencer Ware.  Ware was a five-star recruit and is expected to contend for a starting spot.

Say what you want about Miles and his somewhat off-beat coaching style but the on line sports gambling fact remains that he is a recruiting machine that constantly has LSU in the upper rankings of the SEC.  Miles was pleased at the conclusion of National Signing day.

“I think it’s a very good day for our football team,” said Miles after he hauled in his fourth top ten class in six years on the job.  “I think we improved our team.  This is a very talented class. ”  “We got those guys that we had to have and ones that will really come in and have an effect on this team.”