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LSU offensive guard Ed Ingram met with the media on Wednesday and had some honest comments about the O-Line performance in the UCLA loss and t

Ingram also talked about the transition from offensive line coach James Cregg to Brad Davis late in the offseason was not ideal timing.



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THIS TEAM IS SOFT. Coaches need to teach and push players at practice…..it is called WORK. All of these ex NFL coaches should realize these kids need to develop. In the pros, coaches have it easier.
Reply8 days
Why does anyone take a picture of themselves with a mask on? Talk about stupid...
Reply9 days
agreed. It's like he's proud of wearing a face diaper, like a good little serf, even though they've been proven to not be effective.
8 days
What the hell is going on around here???
Reply9 days
So this is some trash. Not that Ingram said what he said, we all agree with him. They have 18 to 22 college kids available for media, but the $800,000 assistants and million plus coordinators are not made available for the media. That's lame.
Reply9 days
So other than not knowing whom to block and being tired and out of shape, we good.
Reply9 days
Last year, “people turned on one another”. How does that happen? Glad they support one another, this year. Lots of moving pieces. I hope the players and team understand that our emotional fan base is upset about the state of the program because we care and we want to see them succeed.
Reply9 days
I don't know which year will be longer... Saints or LSU?
Reply9 days
rob62
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frick the Saints and the entire NFL/BLM. And throw the New Orleans idiotic Mayor and our pathetic Governor in the frick you column too.
9 days
Who cares about the Saints. Don't get emotional about NFL football.
9 days
don't get emotional about football period.
9 days
I’ll give Ingram credit for being honest but this ship be sinkin’
Reply9 days
Yea, kudos to Ed for honesty. Man, if we sign Fitzgerald West, Emery Jones, and Will Campbell after this revelation of OL chaos, I'll be happy.
9 days
Gee would have never noticed that with how well the Oline played . Same crap different year. Why not spend the money on a really good Oline coach instead of hiring no names and journeymen oline coaches. Our coach is only as good as his staff and as of saturday the Offensive play calling sucked, the oline sucked and the defense sucked . Game 1 is in the record books. It better get alot better from here.
Reply9 days
Is this something that you really want to tell the media? Keep this stuff in house.
Reply9 days
It's not like it's a secret when the media and fans already knew this.
9 days
They make him available.
9 days
There were times that we didn't know what to do or we didn't block the right person... You dont say.
Reply9 days
So they felt tired and out of shape...
Reply9 days
It’s bull shite that these players hVs to get in front of the media but the assistant coz he’s dont. tHeY doNt dEsERvE mOnEy thOuGh
Reply9 days
Why do you write like that? Are you a teenage girl?
9 days
O should have made the change as soon as Cregg failed on NSD. Now we’re suffering. God it’s like he just can’t press the right buttons
Reply9 days
Out of shape, Jesus H Christ. This is me throwing my hands up. Damn. If we arent smart, if we arent physical, we ought to at least be in shape. A HS coach could insure that.
Reply9 days
Being tired and out of shape is inexcusable.
Reply9 days
hg
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So they went into that game knowing they were clueless about blocking schemes and were also out of shape. Good shite. Also what the hell is Moffitt doing if these guys are still out of shape?
Reply9 days
Maybe Moffitt isn't all that after all.
9 days
When we get bullied by something called UCLA football there is a major strength and conditioning problem. Moffit was great, but time has passed him by.
9 days
Couple things 1. Sounds like he didn’t want a change at OL Coach. 2. Tired of excuses. The other team was more prepared for XYZ reasons. That’s on the coaches and players. You gotta practice to play well. We have too many guys missing practice for minor injuries.
Reply9 days
Paging: Alan Faneca
Reply9 days
Wow. What can you even say?!
Reply9 days
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