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During Monday's press conference, head coach Ed Orgeron was asked about what he's thankful for this Thanksgiving and revealed his favorite dish of the holiday...

quote:

Q. Coach, since it is Thanksgiving, I was wondering what you were most thankful for and maybe a side dish or two that is your favorite.

ED ORGERON: Well, I'm most thankful for my family and thankful for being the head coach of Louisiana State University. That's been a blessing in my life. And there's no question that oyster dressing is my favorite for Thanksgiving.
Great pick. What's everyone's favorite Thanksgiving side dish? Sounds off in the comment section.
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I want oyster dressing
Reply5 months
Bebe thankful for them Ponchatittays!
Reply6 months
Oyster dressing is my favorite as well! Family tradition all my life! Funny, my Mexican wife didn't even like oysters when we met- my how times have changed...now she has become a cajun cooking legend!
Reply6 months
Surprised he didn't say canes colealaw. Oyster dressing is disgusting
Reply6 months
He's thankful for that 4-3 defense!
Reply6 months
That's my favorite as well.
Reply6 months
I would've guessed for him it would be Canes cole slaw.
Reply6 months
Do y’all eat mac and cheese for thanksgiving? I’m trying to see something.
Reply6 months
Didn’t read but he seems like green bean casserole type weirdo.
Reply6 months
I'm a fan of winning and not having the worst defense in the country.
Reply6 months
You lie. You only eat soy.
6 months
He's gonna be really thankful when some administrator takes the fall for his failure to act on the sexual abuse of women by his players.
Reply6 months
Based on your understanding of Title IX, what required actions did Orgeron fail to take?
6 months
You must be referring to Miles and Alleva. Those two should be thankful.
6 months
You clearly have no clue what you’re talking about and if you knew how CEO handles even minor infractions, then you’d stfu.
6 months
Yeaaa the coonass thing isn’t nearly as endearing or funny as it was when we were 10-0 and had just beaten Bama in 2019. Don’t care what you eat at thanksgiving, fix our football team thanks
Reply6 months
Well, he WAS asked. I’m sure he’s working on the problems. I don’t know if he’ll be successful or not.
6 months
Forever, you're sounding like a bitch. As the other person said, he was asked the question. And if you don't care, I'm not sure why you read it.
6 months
Forever a whiny, little tear.
6 months
I'm sure he's thankful he's smashing 20 year olds again
Reply6 months
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