Steve Franz - LSU Athletics
Ed Orgeron was on 104.5 ESPN's "Off the Bench" Tuesday morning and revealed his starters on the offensive line during practice so far.

Harvard transfer Liam Shanahan is starting at center and Chasen Hines has been practicing more at the right guard spot, according to Orgeron.

Here's is a look at the rest of the offensive line starters, according to Coach O:

Left Tackle - Sophomore Dare Rosenthal (6-7, 327lbs)
Left Guard - Junior Ed Ingram (6-3, 315)
Center - Senior Liam Shanahan (6-5, 304)
Right Guard - Junior Chasen Hines (6,3, 349)
Right Tacke - Senior Austin Deculus (6-6, 331)

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29 Comments
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BobABooey47 months
Dang! I thought this was my year!
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy47 months
What’s up with Kardell? This board went ape shite when he committed
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Fightin Okra47 months
That is some big bookends. Hope their feet work
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elcid47 months
Kardell about to release another BLM Twitter bomb at CEO
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reauxl tigers47 months
Another?
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CDawson47 months
Can’t be worse than the twitter bomb and utter embarrassment of LSU as a whole for bowing to the Marxist mob.
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alumni9547 months
Wait... where is Kardell’s House of Pancakes?
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KING NOLA47 months
I love it everybody keep over looking this OL just like they did last years OL. All the OL did last year was win the Joe Moore award for best OL in the country.
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The King47 months
If those metrics are accurate, that is a massive offensive line. Over 1600 lbs of beef!
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75503Tiger47 months
Great coaching, great size, experience; LSU is doing all the things that were neglected for so many years. Covid needs to go because I want to see Brennan behind this line throwing to the best receiving corps in the country
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PensaTigers47 months
Rosenthal at blindside tackle? I hope he doesnt let myles get snapped in half.
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Vacherie Saint47 months
He started 6 games last year at LT as a freshman and didn't miss a beat. He's going to be elite.
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cajunguy47 months
Pensatigers, you must not watch too much LSU football eh
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Fightin Okra47 months
Maybe, it's a sign that Max is starting
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ahall80847 months
Kardell wya?
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Vastmind47 months
too busy looking stupid on twitter
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rob6247 months
Injured all of last year and now Covid limits practice time. He will be playing in a key backup role I bet.
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Vernonbrew2246 months
Kardell will get his shot and be ferocious
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Vastmind47 months
we comin
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austiger47 months
DEPTH
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JGWS747 months
Exactly!!! Quality depth!!! And Young guys developing behind them. I think this year's line will be deeper and eventually better than last years
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ExpoTiger47 months
That line will surprise a bunch of people considering what we lost
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Celery47 months
Average OL: 6’5, 325
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Vacherie Saint47 months
Shanahan is the only one without an SEC start, and he is a 2 time, all ivy league tackle playing C in the SEC.
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CharlesLSU47 months
His IQ factor can't be over stated there....
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EarnYourStripes47 months
yes yes he's very cerebral
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TaderSalad47 months
Love seeing the experience on this line. Will be huge for creating experienced depth as well.
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GorgeousGeorge47 months
I also like seeing Hines at guard
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Vacherie Saint47 months
I suspected this. This is as highly experienced an o line can be considering 4 of 5 starters had to be replaced. Great news for the tigers.
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