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LSU athletic director Joe Alleva officially announced the hire of Ed Orgeron as the permanent head coach on Saturday.

Here are tidbits from the introductory press conference.

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Sounds like he's a defensive line coach with no offensive identity. Couple weeks ago he was all in for pro style. Think maybe he walked into a job interview with a binder full of "exactly what they wanted to hear"?
Reply53 months
Myles Brennan must be pumped listing to that dual QB blshit
Reply53 months
You caught that too huh. I would prefer a prostyle offense. I don't need the QB to be mobile. I need the QB to make defenses respect the pass game. Myles Brennan brings that threat to the table. But what I'm hearing is Brennan has some mobility. Not Micheal Vick mobility. More like Aaron Rogers mobility, which is still pretty good.
53 months
"I believe that nowadays, you have to run the spread offense, you have to have dual-threat QB that can run and throw ball." Hmm that a change of tone from when he first got the interim job. I thought back then he said he would like to run a pro-style offense with a pro-style QB...
Reply53 months
Oh thank God I hope he really was just joking with that pro style only BS. That was really my major problem with me. It is super rare to find great pro style OCs that coach great pro style QBs. Good spread OCs that coach spread QBs are out there everywhere.
53 months
"was really my major problem with him". My bad.
53 months
Those quotes just got me fired up. Give em hell, O.
Reply53 months
Gotta like that spirit. If he can play his cards right then we will be fine but it's gonna take a really high level of coaching/managing.
Reply53 months
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