LSU’s Offense Looks to Take the Next Steps This Spring

In 2018, LSU’s offense managed to hit a perfect sweet spot of “not good enough” and “not as bad as most of its detractors probably think.” The Tigers averaged 32 points per game and finished 49th in Offensive S&P+ under controversial coordinator promotion of Steve Ensminger.

There were some challenges for this group: LSU was replacing virtually all of its 2017 production, with a new quarterback who arrived this summer and an offensive line that struggled to keep a consistent lineup for most of the year due to injuries.

But with as many as eight potential returning starters in 2018, those excuses (barring the injury one) won’t apply. So let’s look at those open spots.

 

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