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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron joined the Paul Finebaum show on Monday at the SEC Media Days and said that running back Derrius Guice has the potential to be the best college football player in the country.

Finebaum asked Guice about Orgeron's comments...

"It's up to him," Guice said. "If he wants to be here, feed me the ball."

"What I need to do is make sure that me and my teammates are on the same page first. That's first. Like coach preaches every day; one team, one heartbeat. If everyone is on the same page and everyone does their job, we will be unstoppable."

"All my individual accolades and honors will be last. That all comes afterward."

"First is just the team, being on the same page and having the same chemistry. And just doing what we need to do."
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Actually Threauxdown11, your comment makes no sense. Hill, Fournette and Scott each played 3 seasons and not at the same time. Throw in 4 year starter Jacob Hester, and all total the entirety of Miles tenure at LSU. My point is simply spread the ball around and keep Guice and Co. fresh for the long haul. Geaux Tigers!
Reply5 months
that fist bump tho.
Reply5 months
Feed him, yes. But don't wear him out like Miles did Fournette and every other RB during his tenure. We have other weapons that must also be utilized in order to beat Bama and other top teams to ultimately get to the top. Remember, there's no I in team!
Reply5 months
Fournette, Jeremy hill towards the end and Charles Scott were the only feature backs miles ever had and that was only for 3 seasons out of his 11. Your comment doesn't make sense
5 months
It's been fun watching derrius grow up over the past four+ years.. looks like a full grown man now lol
Reply5 months
Sorry. Let's be honest. That first 20 seconds is cringe worthy.
Reply5 months
I love this kid! He had one hiccup during the interview, but caught it quickly and said all the right things after that. The hiccup showed that he hungry and wants to bring a title to the bayou. Run angry!
Reply5 months
Caught himself there which is a sign of maturity. But really coach, feed him the ball lol
Reply5 months
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