LSU Tigers football labeled as NCAA wildcard for 2018 season

With just 10 returning starters and significant question marks on offense, LSU enters the summer with as little preseason buzz for the program in recent memory. The Tigers went 9-4 in Ed Orgeron’s debut, but the second-year coach faces a tougher schedule and an offense with even more question marks than it had in 2017.

As usual, LSU should be strong on defense under coordinator Dave Aranda, and it’s no secret the program has plenty of talent thanks to top recruiting classes.

However, for the Tigers to match last year’s win total, the offense has to take a step forward. 

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