Is LSU’s new offense designed with specific quarterback in mind?

Stack formations — whether with two, three or four receivers — were a prevalent part of Ensminger’s presentation.

Given LSU’s situation, it’s a formation that makes a ton of sense.

Regardless of which inexperienced quarterback the Tigers start, it offers a lot of plays that can turn short throws into long gains because it gets the ball to speedy receivers such as Jonathan Giles and Jordan Jefferson, who are lined up behind physical receivers such as Racey McMath and Dee Anderson. 

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