LSU Football Offense Not Where it Wants to Be But is Discovering an Identity

All season, LSU's offense has shown flashed of its potential. The explosive plays are there for the taking in this Jake Peetz led offense but there are issues that a month into the season continue to keep this group from maxing out its potential. — Read on LSU Football Offense Not Where it Wants to …

Head coach Ed Orgeron understands the team needs to run the ball

LSU Tigers head coach Ed Orgeron met with the media on Monday for his weekly press conference. Among the topics on the day, Coach O addressed both the offensive line play and the running back. Both have underperformed to the LSU standard. Currently, the Tigers run game is ranked last in the SEC at 2.86 …

Explosive Second Half Plays a Key Ingredient to LSU Football’s Offensive Success

The explosiveness of the offensive scheme was a prominent figure in Saturday’s victory as the Tigers began SEC play. Coordinator Jake Peetz stuck to the game plan and got the ball in his playmakers hands to give the Tigers the edge. — Read on Explosive Second Half Plays a Key Ingredient to LSU Football's Offensive …

LSU Football’s Shift to Up Tempo Offense Already Paying Off for QB Max Johnson

Max Johnson looks to have taken the next step as the leader for Coach Ed Orgeron’s group. Through three weeks, Johnson is second in the nation in passing touchdowns and his efficiency is off the charts, despite lackluster play from his offensive line. — Read on LSU Football's Shift to Up Tempo Offense Already Paying …

LSU is one of the worst rushing teams in America. Can Tigers find a solution?

For a team with a whole bunch of talented running backs, LSU sure has had a whole bunch of trouble finding a running game. The trouble persisted throughout last season as the Tigers finished 12th in the SEC in rushing yards per game (121.7) and yards per rush (3.3). — Read on http://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/lsu-football/lsu-still-in-search-of-a-running-game-as-central-michigan-awaits/

LSU offense unable to generate the kind of balance conducive to winning football

For LSU to get back some of its 2019 national championship form, the Tigers’ head football coach said it was important to return that style of record-setting offense engineered by passing game coordinator Joe Brady and Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Joe Burrow. — Read on http://www.tigerrag.com/uneven-ground-lsu-offense-unable-to-generate-the-kind-of-balance-conducive-to-winning-football/

Anonymous SEC coaches rave about LSU offense

Personnel losses or not, LSU's roster remains elite heading into the 2020 college football season coming off an unbeaten run to a national championship. Ed Orgeron masterfully orchestrated one of the most memorable campaign in the sport's history, leading a record-setting offense to emphatic victories over more than a half-dozen elite teams. CONTINUE READING >>> …

Projecting LSU’s depth chart ahead of fall camp: Offense

The ever-changing SEC rules for football practice enters a new stage on Aug. 7 where schools are permitted to conduct up to 14 hours per week of strength and conditioning, meetings, and walkthroughs, leading up to the start of fall camp on Aug. 17. CONTINUE READING >>>   SOURCE: Projecting LSU's depth chart ahead of …

LSU 2020 Offense Preview: Rebuilding or Reloading?

LSU lost many key components from its historically great and record-setting 2019 team. Six offensive players were selected in the NFL Draft this spring. Three were chosen in the first round. Joe Brady, the passing game coordinator, departed to serve as offensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers. As we look at the LSU 2020 offense …

What Are the Biggest Offensive Changes Facing LSU Football, Other Conference Opponents

The SEC is losing its fair share of offensive talent across the conference in 2020. Whether it's Joe Burrow, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Justin Jefferson at LSU or Tua Tagovailoa, Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs at Alabama, SEC offenses will have plenty of new names to learn in 2020. Source: SEC Roundtable: What Are the Biggest Offensive …

Why fans should feel confident about LSU football’s offense in 2020

LSU football probably won’t be as good offensively in 2020 as they were in 2019.And that’s fine. The Tigers don’t have to average 48 points a game again to win the SEC (especially if the defense improves under Bo Pelini…which is expected). Source: Why fans should feel confident about LSU football's offense in 2020   …

Is it the scheme or the QB that makes LSU’s offense so special?

With Myles Brennan set to pick up where Joe Burrow left off, we shall soon find out if it’s the QB or the scheme that makes LSU’s offense so special and puts the Tigers in position to be great again. Source: Juan’s World: Is it the Scheme or the QB?   https://showcase.shareasale.com/shareASale_liveWidget_loader.js?dt=02242019080103 shrsl_ShareASale_liveWid_Init(20554, 1565124, 'shrsl_ShareASale_liveWid_product12_populate');