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PIGSKIN
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Who else is excited about our O line?

Love the coaching and depth


northLouisiana
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Who do you see starting...I'm going with Campbell, miles frazer, wire? Who else?


thumperpait
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Iam just excited to see what our athletes can do with competent coaches. And see them get developed.


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Lsutigerturner
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I really like Cambell and dellinger and will be shocked if those two are not starting despite the transfers and senior wire.

I am also ecstatic to see Gaye smith Roy and bj. Man what a stellar starting 4 with depth I’m fricking pumped to see Gaye in this money year seeing signs of Montgomery, mingo and brockets type of talent. Excited about how it plays out, with the weaker DBs


GeauxLSUGeaux
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They’re going up against one of the best DLines in the country every day. Have no choice but to git gud. But they have really good coaching. They got better each game last year, and I think they’ll be ready come game day.


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Some Random Dude
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I'll be the guy to say I'm cautiously optimistic. On paper, this is a much better O Line than we have had the past two years. The issue becomes that 2-3 guys will be transfers or true freshmen. This team should have the physical ability, so it will come down to how well they gel together, I believe.


1999
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Yes, they were always weak under Orgeron. Luckily joe burrow was a magician and made them look better than they actually were.


macaoidh
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Who do you see starting...I'm going with Campbell, miles frazer, wire? Who else?


Here's a wild-ass guess...

LT - Will Campbell/Marcus Dumervil
LG - Tremond Shorts/Xavier Hill
C - Garrett Dellinger/Charles Turner
RG - Myles Frazier/Kardell Thomas
RT - Cameron Wire/Anthony Bradford

With a reservation somewhere for Emory Jones, who could well move somebody aside at one of the guard spots or even at right tackle.


LSUBadger
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I think Martinez should be in that two deep before Thomas.


r0cky1
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I'll be the guy to say I'm cautiously optimistic. On paper, this is a much better O Line than we have had the past two years. The issue becomes that 2-3 guys will be transfers or true freshmen. This team should have the physical ability, so it will come down to how well they gel together, I believe.




We have had the talent. just look at our draft class. we just did not have any offensive identify. Very optimistic to see what Kelly has in store.


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MasterAbe1
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Could see Martinez at Center and Delly at RT. Regardless we’re in a much better spot and I think Davis in his second year is going to be able to develop a lot better. Last year he came in a few weeks before fall camp and offense was constantly in a flux, not an issue this year.


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MakeLSUgoodAgain
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Not the lunch ladies.


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arcalades
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Luckily joe burrow was a magician and made them look better than they actually were.
and clyde spinning out of many backfield tacklers


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Damathe
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LT - Campbell
LG - Shorts
Then Frazier at either RG/RT depending on the best option at one or the other.
That could be any of Wire/Bradford/Delly/Dumerville/Martinez/Hill/Kimo or Jones who I hope is just as much a stud as Campbell.
Could be Martinez/Delly/Turner (or even the Freshman whose name escapes me right this minute) at Center.


The Ramp
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I'm sorry but none of these guys have me excited. May be our weakest link. Hope I'm wrong. Downvote away


Damathe
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I'm sorry but none of these guys have me excited. May be our weakest link. Hope I'm wrong. Downvote away
I damn sure wouldn't worry about any freaking dv's!
Martinez/Wire (who started inside and out) are the only ones with appreciable SEC experience. Dellinger got good PT also.
We're counting on a freshman Campbell (and hopefully Jones somewhere) at LT. Frosh LT's don't come around often.
Shorts and Frazier are proven college players but not at the SEC level. We'll find out how good they are soon enough.
For my money the two transfers and Campbell are for real and the rest are better than what was available in the portal.
Martinez and Wire have both proved they can play up to average as SEC linemen. Delly is right there with them and with the new coaching/scheme/nutrition we'll know if Bradford can play or not. Dude would be a destroyer at the pile driver RG spot and he's got good enough feet for Tackle also.
I'm looking for an above average OL by the middle of Conference games.
Maybe that's just wishful thinking - maybe not.


jrobic4
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Frosh LT's don't come around often.


I can think of one monroe-based fat arse left tackle who performed very well for another team

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I'm looking for an above average OL by the middle of Conference games


Shorts and Fraiser are players that dominated at a level lower than ours, but have all the measurements and stats you could want. We have I have dozen other guys that are 4* talent





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cypresstiger
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O line:


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Penrod
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I am also ecstatic to see Gaye smith Roy and bj.

I don’t know about Gaye and BJ on the same line.


Penrod
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Yes, they were always weak under Orgeron. Luckily joe burrow was a magician and made them look better than they actually were.

Horse shit! That 2019 line was dominant. They dominated Alabama and every other team they played. And they played the toughest schedule in history.

That line had Charles, Cushenberry and Lewis, who had all earned starting jobs in the NFL, and Ingram who was just a second rounder.


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