At least in the SEC, run game is king again. Just ask LSU.

Now that spread offenses are commonplace in the Southeastern Conference, one might think that running the football isn’t as important as it used to be to the league’s coaches. — Read on

How change of pace has helped LSU’s offense become dynamic

For many weeks during the early part of this LSU schedule, the only way the offense was having success was playing with extreme pace. As an offensive structure, it wasn’t necessarily always the plan for the Tigers to be as up tempo as they were early in the year but it quickly became a necessity …

LSU Football: Noah Cain says offense is “getting close”

Let’s be honest, at the start of the season, this offense was NOT fun to watch. The first three quarters against Florida State were a snoozefest as far as offense is concerned. The fourth quarter was a different story, but by then, it was a little too late. — Read on

Noah Cain on 2022 LSU offense: ‘We’re getting close’

The LSU Tigers’ offense is looking better and better as the season progresses. Over the offseason, LSU underwent significant change throughout the program, including hiring a new head coach and bringing in Jayden Daniels via the transfer portal to be the team’s new starting quarterback. — Read on

LSU football: Mike Denbrock’s welcomed changes to the offense

LSU football’s offense has been extremely hit or miss this season. The Tigers struggled to move the ball in the first three quarters against Florida State and the first half against Mississippi State. While they eventually turned it around, the inconsistency shown over four quarters is quite alarming. — Read on

Confidence is key, LSU begins to find their offensive identity in blowout of New Mexico

All eyes are on the defensive performance, and for good reason, but the LSU Tigers offense had a night that cannot go without recognition. The 38-0 final score made the game against the New Mexico Lobos seem even closer than it was. Some special teams errors kept the Tigers from pouring even more on. — …

7 way-too-early predictions for LSU’s offense in 2022

So a lot of stuff is changing, but now that the roster is nearly set and spring practice is over, the offense is starting to take shape. That means we have enough info to make 7 way-too-early predictions for LSU’s offense in 2022: — Read on 7 way-too-early predictions for LSU’s offense in 2022

LSU Football Spring Game: Who impressed on the offense?

The 2022 LSU football Spring Game was set up as an offense versus defense scrimmage-style game, due to a lack of healthy players to make two separate teams, doing away with the traditional purple and gold teams. With the defense having opportunities to earn points off sacks, turnovers, and tackles for loss, the defense took …

Here’s how LSU’s running back situation shapes up heading into 2022 and beyond

When Brian Kelly initially took the job at LSU, perhaps his most daunting task was to rebuild the roster. That’s what this is, after all: a rebuild. Building takes time, it was clear the roster wouldn’t turn around overnight. In a short time, Kelly and staff have done a good job of steering the ship …