Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports
During SEC Media Days on Monday, LSU's Ed Orgeron was asked how he is different now as a head coach, compared to his time at Ole Miss?

Orgeron said there are two main changes that he has made since his time in Oxford:

"I'm very grateful for my time at Ole Miss," Orgeron said. "I had a great job, a job in the SEC. Was given a great chance. I wasn't ready."

"I went there as defensive line coach. I did the things that I did at the defensive line coach and was very successful over the years. It didn't work at Ole Miss."

"The day I left Ole Miss, I looked at myself and I called my mentor and said there is some things I need to change. I'm going to be a head coach again. I need to find out why I wasn't successful. And we dug in, I went to see different coaches, talked to some mentors of mine and here are the two things I came up with:

No. 1, I was going to treat the team exactly how I treat my sons. No different.

No. 2, I was going to treat every coach on the staff with respect and let him coach his position as he knew it.

Ever since those two minor changes, we've been 12-4."
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I guessing gender, then panties.
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lsuson83 months
All I see is three idiot comments who never have played or coached football before
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It's a 2pac song Nancy
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rattlebucket83 months
And still i see no changes all i see is racist faces
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The Belk83 months
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CSATiger83 months
changes ???
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CSATiger83 months
I see larry fixed it
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