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The LSU Tigers have struggled to establish an offensive rushing attack this season and those struggles continued during the loss to Auburn on Saturday night.

LSU gained a total of 11-net rushing yards on 26 carries and almost completely abandoned the run in the 2nd half. Out of 130 FBS teams in college football, LSU ranks 128 in rushing offense after Saturday's loss.

On Monday, head coach Ed Orgeron was asked about the lack luster ground game:



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I'm starting to think Ed's on drugs.
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Ed, for the love of God, FIRE YOURSELF!
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Does CEO know that you can't re-establish something if you never had it to begin with?
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Wrong RB in the game, obvious coaching bias and favorites. O seems to favor certain players and hesitant to change out. Example Auburn coach put in 2nd string QB for 1 series and Nix came out hot as a rocket. Nuss was never in consideration after our QB failed to score td's in the red zone.
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How non productive does “2 Yard Ty” have to be before you put his arse on the bench?
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Davis-Price is not built to run out of the shotgun. He’s tailor-made for the traditional run sets.
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Ed, Corey Kiner is averaging 5.2 yds per carry. Open your eyes.
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Ed, Corey Kiner is averaging 5.2 yds per carry. Open your eyes.
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Ed, Corey Kiner is averaging 5.2 yds per carry. Open your eyes.
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Ed, Corey Kiner is averaging 5.2 yds per carry. Open your eyes.
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Ed, Corey Kiner is averaging 5.2 yds per carry. Open your eyes.
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Ed, Corey Kiner is averaging 5.2 yds per carry. Open your eyes.
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Ed, Corey Kiner is averaging 5.2 yds per carry. Open your eyes.
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Having a different coach is an excuse. You have 5 guys averaging over 310 lbs on the offensive line. BLOCK the guys in front of you.
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It’s a fact and he’s using it as an excuse…Eddy thinks those two words are mutually exclusive
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He’s been acting for three months that a new oline coach completely changes the offensive scheme
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Shrimp boat listing 10deg……put on life vests
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Other teams make halftime adjustments (signs of good coaching when you make ingame adjustments); our coaching staff is too dumb to realize they must do the same.
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Halftime adjustments? Ed just told you we can’t even make off-season adjustments.
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128th in the nation. That shouldn't be, regardless of the circumstances.
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