Stop us if you've heard this before: Struggling team fires coach, vows to "open up" offense moving forward. That is what LSU is
in the wake of Les Miles' departure. College football's most popular interim head coach Ed Orgeron takes over heading into this weekend's matchup against Missouri. The "new" offense coupled with Missouri's up-tempo attack prompted a bevy of over money as the total skyrocketed from 45 to 51.
“You can expect … a new style of play on offense, and obviously we don't have a lot of time to change things, but we are going to tweak things around,” Orgeron said in his introductory news conference.
“We're going to spread the ball out a little bit, do some different things, change the style of play,” he said later Monday.