Former LSU and current Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry is loving what he's seeing from the Tigers offense this year and told passing game cordinator Joe Brady that he wants in on the action...

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Love this. So curious to know at this point how much Brady is calling plays vs ensminger. At one point during ole Piss game, they showed the box and Brady was working/talking in headset. Looked very engaged. Ensminger looked like he may as well have been smoking a cigar.
Reply23 months
Just about every time they show the coaches booth when LSU has the ball, Brady is talking into headset and looking at play sheet. Ensminger looks like he's planning a nap.
23 months
Fair point. Regardless, credit to Ensminger for not having an unreal ego and sharing the power. I don’t know if Canada, etc would have ever allowed that to happen.
23 months
commentator said E is calling 1st and 2nd downs and Brady 3rd downs if I recall correctly. Probably some crossover too.
23 months
Former LSU players seeing how much of their talent was wasted riding in a clown car
Reply23 months
We had at the time the best Offensive year ever for LSU in 2013. 2 1000 yard receivers, 1k yard rusher, 3k yard QB. Not sure what you are going on about.
23 months
Jarvis seems to be doing well for himself
23 months
Not true at all... I have heard an NFL coach talk about how LSU WR learned how to block in college under Miles and their 3yds in a cloud of dust offense. The coach talked about how WR's blocking down field was a lost art because so many spread offenses in college were just letting their WR just run routes all over the field. LSU set them up for success at the next level... and it seems to have worked out pretty damn well for our guys.
23 months
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