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LSU starting offensive guard Ed Ingram announced Saturday night that he will return to the team for his senior season in 2021.

Ingram is the third starter on the offensive line to announce his return to the team, joining center Liam Shannan and offensive guard Chasen Hines.

Deference linemen Ali Gaye and Neil Farrell Jr. also announced they are returning in 2021.

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No more Christian Harris, Dylan Moses, Javonta Smith, Landon Collins, Marshall Faulk, Jerry Tillery..........etc, leaving the state. The state support system has to help Coach O close the boarders.
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Great recruiting! Herman could not do what Fisher is doing for TAM and Strong is doing for Bama with the Texas recruits. Hopefully, we can get more staff that can help fortify the great recruiting and get more OL. Recruiting is about relationships and real heart to heart connections with recruits, their families and their high schools. Commonalities facilitate recruiting. We need more Kevin Faulks and Corey Raymonds to get back on top and stay on top. Recruiting is about relationships and real heart to heart connections with recruits, their families and their high schools. Yeah, CIncy’s Marcus Freeman is the real deal! The great systems that create dynasties have great supporting systems. Great coaches are the mastermind of helping develop the great systems, which requires greater resources from administration and all supporters. Credit Coach O 2019. The system support, probably, carries more weight than the head coach who helps to coordinate the winning systems. Coach O showed he is a good CEO, in 2019. He did a superb job, this year, given the circumstances. Administration and supporters should give him their all to make his recruiting job easier. Just saying!
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Leader and a real LSU FIGHTING TIGER! Hold that Tiger!!
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YUGE!!
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HUGE! In all aspects! Now please surprise the shite out of everyone and find 2 really skilled OTs and another skilled guard. Thanks
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A lil’ criticism about LSU recruiting offensive lineman. For years under Miles now Orgeron the emphasis was defensive lineman. That mindset needs to change. Big Time. Begging seniors to come back( see; Declulus) is not the way to go for the future of this program. They have a great line coach in Cregg but maybe he’s not the best recruiter. So he needs some help. I’m hearing Andrew Whitworth may retire and interested in coaching. Maybe Coach Oregeron should contact him.
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This is a big WIN for everyone! The kid gets a degree, LSU keeps a solid lineman and he possible moves up in next year’s draft. Strong work by all those involved in the young mans decision
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Ingram, Hines, Shanahan...All true Tigers!
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Awesome news! This Oline is gonna be good.
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I am drunk. But lets frickING GEAUXXXXXX!!
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Excellent news!
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Thanks, big man.
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Is Pelini returning, Rob? Or are the people that said he wasn’t still clueless?
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This is huge for next year.
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Oh shit! Did our Oline just go from “eh” to “ayyyyy” ?! Out of this, Hines, Shanahan And makaleone announcements, this is crucial. Lets go!
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This is huge! He’s the best offensive lineman on the Tigers. Continuity in the trenches cannot be overstated.
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This is a pleasant surprise
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I see him getting drafted much higher if he plays well in 2021. Obviously a great move from fans' perspective, but even better career eise.
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frick yea
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Now we’re talking. Love me an experienced o-line.
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This is how you etc championships instead of mailing for practice squad
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This is how you win championships instead of bailing for the practice squad. He will be minimum a 3 Rd round pick and will go higher reaching his potential of he keeps grinding
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