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SCOTT CLAUSE/USA TODAY Network / USA TODAY NETWORK
During his weekly press conference on Monday, head coach Brian Kelly answered some questions about LSU's secondary and cornerback Denver Harris. Here's what he had to say:

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tigerbite29 months
Wait...has the season started??? I thought we would have some answers in camp and process that info BEFORE the start of the season!!!
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RightWingTiger9 months
You realize they don’t play actual games before the season starts yea?
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texastigerr9 months
If Denver Harris's strength is man to man, then play him man to man. Why try to force him into a zone type coverage. We get torched in zone. LSU's best defenses have been when we have corners that strong man to man coverage. The Cowboys absolutely blew it with Mo Claiborne when they drafted him. Mo was a man to man corner and the Cowboys put him in a zone. He had never played zone at LSU. When we play zone, wide outs run right through our defense wide open.
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Crusty9 months
We have the athletes in this state to play press coverage. He just has to find them, get them and play press. That’s what built DBU…which has been quiet for a few years now.
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tiggerthetooth9 months
The d-line needs to apply more pressure.
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JimBob4LSU9 months
Why would you prostitute LSU for a few million dollars for the last four years' Opening Games when it totally destroys LSU's Top-10 Ranking?
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ATLSUfan9 months
We don’t play press at all lmaoo
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Cwils22229 months
I wish I wasn’t the only one mentioning that the D-Line needs to get some pressure.
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tibebecolston9 months
our d line hasn’t generated pressure for years. Maason Smith is the next Anthony “freak” Johnson
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texastigerr9 months
Did Anthony Johnson play up to expectations? He was a must get but I thought I remembered he was good but not like some of the great dlineman we have had. But I could be wrong.
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TigerinKorea9 months
If the d-line could get some pressure, it would help the secondary a ton. No secondary is good without being good in the trenches. Challenge the d-line to get some pressure or maybe House should dial up some schemes to get pressure.
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tigerbite29 months
Yep, pressure causes confusion and disruptions...The secondary will benefit from certified pressure, period...
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GeauxGutsy9 months
We like our guys but this is going to be coaching and player development this whole season."

Welp looks like Brian met his team
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ATLTiger9 months
Can't be overstated that the D-LINE needs to get some pressure.
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deageaux79 months
If the d-line could get some pressure, it would help the secondary a ton. No secondary is good without being good in the trenches. Challenge the d-line to get some pressure or maybe House should dial up some schemes to get pressure.
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jbird79 months
Trust the process. Everyone needs to stop freaking out. We all thought bc we beat bama last year, that all the problems this program had when BK arrived, were gone. No. We’re still less than 2 years removed from the shite show O left us. Lot of football left to be played. BK has won everywhere he’s been. No reason he can’t win here.
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OilMan259 months
I can’t defend anyone who thinks Daniels should start over Nussmeier. As far as this topic goes, plays Harris….at least he looks the part
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