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Mike Huguenin with GridironNow.com unveiled some "post-spring SEC power ranking" this week and pegged LSU at No. 2 behind Alabama.

Huguenin suggested that the only thing that is a question mark for the Tigers heading into the 2016 season will be the passing game, which is something that coaches and quarterback have focused on all spring practice.
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The skinny: Everything looks to be in place for an SEC title run – and that means everything looks to be in place for a national title run. Well, everything except a proven quarterback. Improving the passing attack was a spring goal, but, really, is anyone going to truly believe Brandon Harris can get the job done until he proves he can consistently hit some third-down passes? RB Leonard Fournette is a leading Heisman contender. The offensive line will be aggressive and physical. There is a solid group of receivers. The secondary should be as good as any in the nation, and the front seven will be feisty in coordinator Dave Aranda’s 3-4 set. It all comes back to Harris. And if this team doesn’t win at least 10, Les Miles will be feeling tremendous heat again.
LSU opens the 2016 season on Saturday, September 3rd against Wisconsin at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI.

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Datbayoubengal98 months
10 wins should not keep him his job. I know it's beating a dead horse, but outside of the run game, inconsistent pass rush ,and mediocre rush defense, we were horrible everywhere else. THAT still gave us 9 wins (would have been 10 w/o cancelation). To only win 10 games this year would show nothing but complete and utter regression.
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Lithium98 months
10 wins WTF? Les is such a nice man
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OU81298 months
10-3...typical year for Miles and he keeps his job.
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Geaux2398 months
they HAVE to just reuse the same report every year for us
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