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LSU OFFENSE...LOL
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Posted by AndrewL
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So Miles was basically run out of town because the offense was boring and struggled against good defenses. In comes Canada, who by all accounts is a great OC. He's installed all of this motion, misdirection, play action, etc. to boost the team's production. What he didn't know is the offensive line is awful -- and the meat of SEC hasn't even started. Now Orgeron is saying they are going to get back to basically running the ball and grinding it out.

We had a technique problem on the offensive line, Orgeron said. Syracuses defensive line had good technique and our offensive line didnt. Then, we have to win our one-on-one blocks. We expect our older guys to play better.

We may have to simplify things, Orgeron said, adding that offensive coordinator Matt Canada suggested that the Tigers had too much in the game plan lately.

We have to do what our players can do best. We need to run the football, Orgeron said. We have to get back to LSU style of football, being physical.

http://www.artesianews.com/1502452/orgeron-looking-for-compl ete-game-from-no-25-lsu.html

 
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