LSU has never been a hotbed of offensive continuity. Talented at times, yes, but rarely enjoyable to watch. Last season, Ed Orgeron grew impatient with offensive coordinator Matt Canada's sophisticated system and ultimately reverted back to the run-heavy, ultra conservative, let-the-defense-win-it-for-us days of Les Miles. Despite being the highest paid OC in the country, Canada ultimately bailed for Maryland. Orgeron decided to keep things in-house and
who had been the tight ends coach since 2010. Based on a few quotes from Ensminger, it doesn't look promising for the Bayou Bengals' offense
"We're a very young offense," he said. "I know nobody wants to hear that, and I could give a damn about it.
"We don't know who our quarterback is. We don't know who our running back is. It's running back by committee right now. Our receiver group, which I think is outstanding, I really do ... and that's the depth of our offense right now. I think we're gonna be really good up front."