Changes are aplenty at LSU with the news of Les Miles’ and Cam Cameron’s firing.
Now interim head coach of the Tigers, Ed Orgeron has implemented some further changes.
Practice will now be open to all former players, and they will also be invited to join LSU in its traditional walk down Victory Hill prior to home games, according to The Advocate’s Ross Dellenger. Orgeron will also open up practices to all high school coaches.
“After speaking with him briefly yesterday morning, his vision is to empower our former Tigers to feel welcomed back on campus,” said Kristen H. Cain, who in charge of LSU’s special events & community relations, in an email to all former players, according to Dellenger. “Coach O would like to open practice to the former players for the rest of this season and would also like to make it available for our former players to lead the team down Victory Hill on game day. This will create the excitement that we all know follows the purple and gold and to continue the trend that we are all ‘Tigers for Life.’”
According to Dellenger, Miles sometimes opened up practice to former Tigers, but didn’t necessarily invite them.