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Head coach Ed Orgeron spoke to media after practice on Tuesday and talked about what to expect during LSU's Spring Game on Saturday.

The Tigers will keep things fairly "vanilla" on offense by running their core formations and not give away too much to opposing teams, according to Orgeron.

He added that running back John Emery won't scrimmage but that Tre Bradford and Josh Williams will be available to play. He hopes to have all running backs ready to go in fall camp.

On the other side of the ball, the Tigers will run their base defense and will not blitz too much. The defense will be without cornerback Eli Ricks (surgery) and defensive lineman Ali Gaye is questionable.

Here are more updates from Orgeron:

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Ed O will tell us the Defense is wonderful and we will have to believe him.
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LSU should win this one
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