New LSU offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger had an interesting response with some NSFW words when he was asked about the recent criticism directed towards him as the Tigers' new play-caller.

Here's what he had to say:


Don't mind the fiery response.

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Well Les had Studwara as OC, so go figure. Ensminger can surely do better than that.
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LSU is the best!
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Can you blame SE for not reading social media and newspapers because of the negativity and advising his family to do likewise? How many of the TD critics know as much about football offensive strategy as SE? I suspect, none. Also, I suspect that if the critics were subjected to the same criticism at work, they would melt and resign.
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It is time to quite this NOT SO passive aggressive BS from some pretending to want the best for LSU on one hand and tearing it down on the other because they did not get their way. Time will tell. Geaux SE and Sullivan, make LSU proud
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I was in school during the Ensminger-Woodley 2 QB system under Cholly Mac. Both could play. Woodley was very quiet and intense. Ensminger was very vocal and really good at times. I'll give him a chance based on his experience. Can't figure out why we did the Canada thing in the first place, then go back to Ensminger? Could have saved $ and we would know how Ensminger performed over an entire season. Just makes us look bad.
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So it sound like the oc for bama may go back to the NFL. I guess saban runs off his offensive coordinators no matter if they do well or bad. I dont think that guy can take yelling and critiscism from saban. Is it too late to hire that guy and just have ensminger as a co coordinator or does saban coach every position? Every year I get excited when I saban has to go searching for new coordinators thinking Lsu may beat beat bama good. Sure seems very consistent no matter who saban hires. I would think Brian daboll would enjoy working for coach O? Is it too late? And so many questions for 2018 season who will be the tigers ace q.b or maybe Lsu will do 2 qb's. I'm too scared to watch knowing what I know now and history of Lsu developing Q b's lately. It a tuff schedule for 2018 can't just hide your head in the sand or away from reporters. Hope can land some good walk on QB, surtain, Kelvin Joseph, goodrich and jamar chase as the final pieces to the puzzle for 2018 class
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What a stupid arse post. Quit rambling with your wall of text.
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O ain't gon last long
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Boomhauer!!
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My dude, tell em Steve!
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Loved him as a player-and love him as a coach!!!
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Just beat Miami and Moo State then develop an average passing game to compete down the road against Auburn, GA, Bama, A&M etc. Go 9-4 again - and you've earned my respect. Would love to see 11-2 or 12-1 or ...
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I wish him many hours studying tape and great success
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Good lord, I've never heard it talk before. Good luck, Tigahs
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My man!!! That's the Steve I knew back in collegr. More power to him and I hope he is sucvessful.
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Ridiculous. shite. Show.
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And this is the guy who will draw up game plans to take on Miami, Alabama, auburn, Florida ,Georgia and Texas A&M. Are you kidding me? I think Fred Flintstone just hired barney rubble
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Felt kinda Spurrier-esque there, something about the way he talked
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meh
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I was actually uncomfortable listening to him talk and try to sludge his way to get to his big fiery “bulls***” line. By the time he said it, I was just relieved not to listen anymore. I don’t know much about him at other schools, so I don’t have an opinion on the guy. That was a terrible first impression though.
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He doesn't even sound intelligent.
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This from an Alabama fan living in TN... have to laugh.
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