How stupid. Time decisions are made by KROQ and not by Dave Grohl or the Foo Fighters. This was completely KROQ's decision, and honestly...LP's set had a lot of technical problems. First there was Chester's mic going out during the end of Breaking The Habit (likely why he stormed off stage), and then the frequent mixing issues the entire performance. The levels were off, the music sounded flat, and although the guys still tried to put on the best show they could, it was just a rough performance. I respect the band, and would never want to make it seem like I'm trashing them (because I'm not), but it just wasn't the same quality as the show I saw in Philly or the MSG show. There's no feud between LP and the Foo Fighters (even though Grohl did trash LP in the past) and it's time LP fans stop manufacturing drama between the two bands. Plain and simple: KROQ screwed LP with the scheduling (even if LP did know about it in advance), and something was wrong with the mixing levels. It happens, and it's not worth criticizing the band or any other entity for it.