LSU defensive lineman Breiden Fehoko met with media on Monday and was asked how the defense did during Saturday's scrimmage at Tiger Stadium.

Fehoko responded by saying that defense shut out the offense...


Expect more updates from the scrimmage when head coach Ed Orgeron meets with the media on Thursday.
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21 Comments
SO many reasons this means nothing, the O line still far from set and gelled, young QBs, new system, veteran defense aside from the fact that the D is ALWAYS ahead of the O early on
Reply37 months
km
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Let’s see: spring practice, new system, new QBs. He shouldn’t be bragging
Reply37 months
He shouldn’t brag. LSU’s offense has sucked for a decade. Lots of people have kept them from scoring.
Reply37 months
He shouldn’t brag. LSU’s offense has sucked for a decade. Lots of people have kept them from scoring.
Reply37 months
He shouldn’t brag. LSU’s offense has sucked for a decade. Lots of people have kept them from scoring.
Reply37 months
How is any different than any other season and from any other school?
Reply37 months
no excuses, if we want to beat alabama the offense needs to show affectiveness vs the defense
Reply37 months
Or even effectiveness =) Totally agree. Passing game has held us back since Mett.
37 months
No surprises here.
Reply37 months
LSU better hope for some offensive production out of its nasty defense.
Reply37 months
This should be Arandas best year on D so far now that it’s majority of guys he brought in. I’m excited for them
Reply37 months
Watch what this defense does to Miami im not even worried it's too deep and nasty
Reply37 months
Conflicted LSU fan checking in
Reply37 months
There's a lot of turnover on the O. Not totally unexpected. You could read this either way, though; the O sucks, or the D is that good (and our D is always the strength, so...). But looking on the bright side, there's a lot of room for improvement for the O!
Reply37 months
Or you can read it as our O will be the same thing it’s been in previous years.
37 months
Well, I guess not. Have you baws even seen Breiden Fehoko. He's a damn monster. A 10ft tall beast man that showers in vodka and feeds his baby shrimp scampi. The wolfman on steroids is afraid of him.
Reply37 months
kinda expected especially when you have almost all new starters at all the key spots on offense: WR,QB,RB,OL
Reply37 months
Steve was a great hire!!
Reply37 months
CaptainPanic.... name fits.
37 months
CaptainPanic is more than just a title! LOL
37 months
defense always ahead of offense this early. This is a worthless article.
Reply37 months
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