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ABSK_007
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What no one is talking about for SE’s O
With Moss back, that is Moreau, Moss, McMath ..

Look for SE’s “real” offense no one has really seen with more options at TE..

Look for Moss and McMath on the field at the same time and practically duplicate each other on opposite ends and Burrow deliver to the open one of the two
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TigerOnTheMountain
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
How many secret playbooks can one school have? This is getting out of hand.


LsuTool
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
Fake news


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Jack Crevalle
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
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Look for SE’s “real” offense no one has really seen


The only "real" offense is schizophrenic with multiple personality disorders.


IM_4_LSU
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
You're telling me a backup tight end is the secret to our offense?

Now I've hear it all


ABSK_007
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
The former TE coach said he had plans to use his guys ...

Been limited with oline need for help and injuries .

Not a secret/kept playbook ..

Was always the plan .. just not enough yet to go with it


Jwho77
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
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The only "real" offense is schizophrenic with multiple personality disorders.



Yep.

"Three plays, 80 yards and a touchdown with zone blocking for Brossette? Nice. Hmmmmm."

Next possession:

"I'll throw some pulling linemen and CEH at them. They'll never see it coming..."


IM_4_LSU
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
Eventually you're gonna run out of excuses. If a backup tight end is the key to our offensive scheme then its prolly not gonna be too explosive or innovative


ABSK_007
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
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Eventually you're gonna run out of excuses. If a backup tight end is the key to our offensive scheme then its prolly not gonna be too explosive or innovative


Work on your reading comprehension .,.no one said it was the solution to anything ..
'simply saying the offense SE wanted to run hasn't been run as of yet due to lack of bodies at TE...



Despite this, I bet you are one of many WHO think back-up freshman WR's are the answer ... but that is not the angle of the comment (what will break open the offense )

Simply, we may actually see SE's real ideas come forth


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tubucoco
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
What happened to Jacory Washington, did he graduate?? If not why doesn't dude play?? He is or was a pass catching TE until he went to LSU, crazy.
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
Real offense lol. This is so stupid.


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JohnnyU
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
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With Moss back, that is Moreau, Moss, McMath


Yes, we're going to unleash the special Tight End offense. The group with the most dynamic playmaking potential.



TaderSalad
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
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How many secret playbooks can one school have? This is getting out of hand.



I used to think that one existed... the last 10 years have told me that one, in fact, does not exist.


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SamuelClemens
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
Aside from a duel threat QB, the FB TE out of the backfield has always been an Achilles of a Saban D. Ar-Kansas used their TE to expose the holes against Bama, they just couldn’t stop their O.

I feel LSU will have success with the TE this weekend against Kirby’s D


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SamuelClemens
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
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we're going to unleash the special Tight End offense. The group with the most dynamic playmaking potential.


There is nothing dynamic about it. Simply use the TEs and FBs as weapons to punish an overly aggressive D rush. Chip block and sit it the flat or up the middle wide open.


tigertex1992
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
Orgeron has said they have to withhold using tight ends in that way in order to make up for the deficiencies on the offensive line. So unless there is a lot of progress in that area and no injuries, it will be more of the same.


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I20goon
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
McMath had a decent OM game
McMath disappeared for UF
McMath was not injured for UF

So is this like 3 card monte for the the real offense?


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LSUStar
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
Right. LOL!


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Panny Crickets
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
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ABSK_007


The way you typespeak gives me the headache.


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Stephen1979
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re: What no one is talking about for SE’s O
Yet there are posters who will tell you the offense looks good and the playcalling is fine lmao

When challenged, they start name calling and asking for ideas of what we'd do differently. When given very specific examples they don't respond.

It's really ok to admit the offense isn't very good. That's not an opinion, it's a fact. I know it hurts the feelings of certain posters but it's really not personal. It's just objectivity


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