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LSU center Liam Shanahan spoke to the media on Tuesday and talked about some teams' struggles, specifically with the offensive line. Here's what he had to say:

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This is really good guy, who just is not strong enough to be an SEC starting center and that is ok. But, he should not be the starting the center, a rotational piece ok, but not starting.
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This shite is laughable.
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He might be the weakest link. Dude gets bulldozed off the ball every snap!
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You don't get a whole lot stronger in a week. If you can't move a DL off the line even an inch - then a positive attitude and a little better technique isn't going to make a lot of difference. We need mean, nasty, strong "hog mollies" in the trenches and I'm afraid it's too late to find them. Coach O obviously had other things on his mind when he drafted this group and hired a wus as the O line coach.
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“ C Liam Shanahan: We feel like we're a better O-line than we've shown on film.” 128 in rushing out of 130 teams. The proof is in the pudding and this is not a good offensive line. It would take a lot of hard work and practice to even become mediocre.
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Guy gets pushed back 2 yards every play
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That guy shouldn't have ever started for LSU.....ever!
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He is what he is, not good. Brings the OL down as the leader.
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Maybe they can serve them some Alpo As Buddy King said, “play like dogs, then you eat like dogs!” True story
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Maybe they can serve them some Alpo As Buddy King said, “play like dogs, then you eat like dogs!” True story
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