Thomas B. Shea-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN released their preseason SEC offensive line rankings this week and pegged LSU's group at No. 2 behind Alabama.

2. LSU: Regarded as the nation’s top center, Ethan Pocic is one of three returning linemen for the Tigers.
Complete Rankings:
1. Alabama
2. LSU
3. Georgia
4. Tennessee
5. Auburn
6. Arkansas
7. Florida
8. Texas A&M
9. Ole Miss
10. Kentucky
11. Vanderbilt
12. South Carolina
13. Mississippi State
14. Missouri

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eugene1928LSU94 months
The OL was the biggest reason for 3 losses last year. Got manhandled by the gumps for sure. Also QB play in those 3 games was greatly affected by inept line play.
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STRIPES94 months
LSU was down 3 at half and Harris came out and threw an interception which was 100% his fault. Then Harris went into a funk that lasted the rest of the year. That interception is what cost LSU the game. All if you who don't want to realize that Harris was simply not capable of "opening up the offense" are in denial about what LSU's problems were last season.
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drexyl94 months
OL isn't weak at all - just unproven. we've recruited very well at that position.
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9th Green At 994 months
Wow. Our OL is the weakest link on our team. This is not accurate
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Barbellthor94 months
Other than a QB with a hernia and a defense with not depth, it was the most inconsistent part of the team. With no excuses, it definitely WAS the weakest link last year. This was not untrue. Of course, this year is not last year. So, these preseason rankings are not a reflection of last year's performance, and I look forward to more consistent play.
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