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John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
LSU failed to put points on the scoreboard this past Saturday when the Tigers took on No. 1 Alabama in front of a sold-out Death Valley crowd.

The offense recorded only 125 total yards and was shut out at home for the first time since 2002. LSU QB Danny Etling went 11/24 for 92 yards and threw 1 INT. He spent most of his night trying to escape Alabama's defense and was sacked five times.

LSU running back Leonard Fournette had nowhere to run on Saturday night and only recorded 35 yards on 17 carries.

On Monday, head coach Ed Orgeron spoke the media about LSU's offensive struggles vs. Alabama.

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eugene1928LSU92 months
IMO you have to give Harris a shot just to see if he can provide a spark. You have to empty the cupboard to get a victory. If he doesn't you go back to Etling, but we saw this shite in the NCG in 2012 it was stupid then and stupid now.
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Whynotme92 months
Definitely needs a more offensively minded coach. I like coach o but he sounds and look very amateurish in his shoulda coulda responses.
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Whynotme92 months
So why in the Fuxk did you not change QBs. It was obvious ething was terrified and looked like a deer in headlights.
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tWatsonTiger92 months
The D didn't play for 60 minutes?! The "D" kept you in the damn game coach.
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