4 star defensive tackle McFarland ended up spurning his home state Texas Longhorns and chose the Oklahoma Sooners. Although we will stay far away from the Red River recruiting rivalry, we felt the need to scrutinize this passage from his recruiting visit to Baton Rouge:
McFarland made four official visits during his recruitment — to Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana State and Southern California.
He said he saw everything from flat-screen televisions in Texas Coach Mack Brown’s bathrooms to L.S.U.’s recruiting hostesses sitting on the laps of prospects.Of the four universities, L.S.U. made the worst impression. After the Tigers lost to Georgia, 52-38, on Oct. 25, McFarland, his mother and his grandmother attended a catered meal at the home of Tigers Coach Les Miles.
“He was very dry,” Adams said of Miles.
Adams was further turned off by L.S.U., she said, when she saw hostesses sitting on the laps of recruits.
Cajun Boy stood up for hostesses Tiger poon:
And what exactly is so repulsive with having a cute Cajun girl sitting on your lap when you're 18 years old? Enjoy the barrel of coked-out monkeys that is Norman, Oklahoma Jamarkus.
Well, the proof is always in the poon and we could not agree more with Cajun Boy's observation. Most males would be satisfied with any of the following hot Cajun pooners sitting on their laps.
Very few teenagers will resist the power of SEC poon so our humble advice to the LSU coaching staff would be to continue to use hot Cajun poon to your recruiting advantage.
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