LSU head coach Ed Orgeron addressed the media on Wednesday afternoon to comment on the Tigers' 2018 Signing Class. Here's what he had to say:

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Coach O, is pushing for Louisiana recruits because our state has the most blue chip players coming out of it. I for one, enjoy watching players on my college football team that came from Bossier-Shreveport. But I agree that we should recruit the best from anywhere and everywhere. This year will be the second year with the new offense, if it doesn’t work then we’ll have legitimate gripes in the direction of the team, but you have got to give it at least two years to get the system in place!
Reply9 months
Really getting tired of O and this La first bull shite he keeps spewing! As a coach it's your job to go out and get the best players in the country not just the best in La. If you don't think we will get poached next year by Saban, Fisher, and Dabo then you're clueless. Those guys go and get the best no matter where they are at! Enough with the moral victories coach!
Reply9 months
Nick Saban has a plan to systematically destroy LSU at every facet of the game. LSU has been his Target since he stepped foot and Alabama. He plays dirty, LSU is going to have to step it up
Reply9 months
This makes no sense. Why wouldn't he have had a spot for Goodrich even if Surtain was coming?
Reply9 months
LOL, exactly.
9 months
Surtain, Who was all but a lock, dipped out like a dog. Then we were just a smidge late for Goodrich. Can’t help that. Not Orgeron’s fault. Oh, well. On to the next.
Reply9 months
Well Louisiana had a down year for recruits so you should have probably focused on the best available recruits instead of Louisiana. Way to spin it O. I can't listen to this clown anymore.
Reply9 months
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