You can spill a lot of blood sweat and tears as a parent/coach, but once your child/player is out of your house/program and on their own, what they do from there and how well they do it is on their shoulders. The other thing is, name me a program that churns out players who all thrive at the NFL level. Miami had a pretty good run for a while, but there are not the kind of football factories that used to exist out there anymore, in large part because there are a lot more solid programs now. LSU produces plenty of players ready for the NFL Draft. If they’re not ready to play when they get to the league, it’s hard to fault their college coaches.Baton Rouge Advocate: Ex-Tigers' NFL woes not LSU coaches' fault This guy would have been better off blowing his nose onto a piece of paper than turning in this garbage. I'm just shocked people are still defending the Taffy Bandit.