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Linebacker Jabril Cox spoke to the media this week and evaluated some of the defensive struggles this season and talked about how the Tigers need to get back to the LSU standard.

Cox said that issues are not the scheme or how defensive coordinator Bo Pelini is giving it to the players. He added that they have simplified things and that the extra week off has helped the younger players “tremendously.”

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He’s in charge. Anything that happens is his responsibility.
Reply8 months
Clark stand here and tackle anyone that comes in this box. Clark why are you running out there. The running back is going up the middle. How is that on Pelini?
8 months
Coaches can set the players up for success and the players not step up. There's also the fact that the team is super young learning a new defense while covid 19 both distracts AND takes time away from learning.
8 months
think it's coincidence the entire sec can't play defense this year?
8 months
"#LSU is going with some simpler things defensively to not confuse the defense pre-snap," Yep, that's on Pelini.
Reply8 months
Pelini and da rona. NO spring. No summer. No film study. No organized workouts.
8 months
Who/what they gonna blame next time?
Reply8 months
Who/what are you gonna blame or who/what are you going to give credit to if they start playing well?
8 months
Well, Gonestupid21 I guess THEY'LL blame Edward cause, this is the D he wanted AND, he stated several times in the off season, "the D is way ahead of and better than what Aranda was producing". IF they can hold the cocks under 14, I'll give credit to the "dumbing down of the D" does that suit you?
8 months
It's funny that people in these comments still after the coach, even after the player is saying we aren't giving 100%. I see why people hate us as fans. Mf's complain 3 games into the season talking about firing a coach.
Reply8 months
That is a leader.
Reply8 months
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