Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
LSU coach Ed Orgeron was on ESPN's 104.5 Off The Bench Tuesday morning and was asked about Saturday's matchup vs. Mississippi State being a revenge game after last years ugly loss to the Bulldogs. Per Geaux247:

“I think when you look at revenge and stuff like that, it’s the wrong way. Sometimes it can work against you. I believe our antennas are up and our respect for them is up. We know the damage they did to us last year, and we couldn’t stop them. That raised a level of awareness that we have to get better. We know what we have to stop and what they can do to us. The level of respect has gone up going into the game, and I think that’s going to help us.”

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Revenge game against Mississippi State? Oh, how the once mighty LSU has fallen!
Reply29 days
“We know what we have to stop” as if Leach is going to roll out a year old gameplan. Or am I reading that wrong?
Reply29 days
Leach didn't change his system since last year. Even I'd he doesn't come in with the exact same game plan, the scheme still has certain aspects that won't change.
29 days
Better be a revenge game. If Ed loses this one go ahead and pack your bags.
Reply29 days
If you only want to get even you will never get ahead.
Reply29 days
We way ahead, LSU leads the series 75–36
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