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With LSU's Andre Anthony out for the season with a knee injury, defensive linemen BJ Ojulari and Maason Smith will be stepping up into a bigger role to help the Tigers defensive front.

Starting right tackle Austin Deculus spoke to media on Tuesday and the young LSU defenders:

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Wish Deculus would show some progression at some point
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How about AD talks about the regression of him and his fellow OL-men....
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Moving Mason outside will help set the edge and also be a frightening pass rusher. Also we can use some other big uglies inside like Jacobian and Roy.
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I agree. Don't forget about Joe Evans.
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