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LSU coach Ed Orgeron joined 104.5 ESPN's "Off The Bench" Tuesday and was asked about the Husch Blackwell report and also provided team updates as the Tigers gear up for spring football. Per The Advocate:
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“Obviously was deeply saddened and disappointed about what it revealed," Orgeron said in a Monday morning interview with 104.5 ESPN's "Off the Bench." "But myself and our staff are committed to fully implementing the protocols described by the university and the experts it retained. It’s a very serious matter.”
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Tiger in Texas36 months
Good PR by O; kept it simple, said what needed to be said by a coach and nothing more!
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lsutigermall36 months
Geaux!
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TDsngumbo36 months
Now that the covid shite is becoming a thing of the past, I'm ready for football season more than ever.
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Until I see 102,501 in Tiger Stadium, the Covid shite isn’t over.
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Deepsouthfootball36 months
Planning to go to any games? I’m going to the rose bowl for opening day against UCLA
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Vernonbrew2235 months
Rose bowl game likely moved the AZ
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LSUsince7436 months
These big time coaches are like lawyers in a sense they know exactly what to say to make everything sound so good
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rob6236 months
Let’s not start acting like Orgeron did any of this. He did not.
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tigerMike36 months
and if they are not, you guys throw them under the bus. of course they are PR coached up
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LSU82Cajun36 months
I feel the same about Coach O as I did about Les Miles I trusted them to always do the right and moral thing. But LM’s played us and hide his ugly side very well. I truly hope EO doesn’t have a dark side.
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rob6236 months
Dude we all have a “Dark Side”. Even you.
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X123F4536 months
Aren't you the prick calling for his head three days ago on the rant...
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arcalades36 months
do you think college football coaches can succeed without being scumbags? it's not possible. same goes for corporate bigwigs. they're cutthroat or not bigwigs.
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