Sound Off: Why is LSU committing so many %&*@^$# penalties?!
BATON ROUGE, La. — It’s bounce back week for the LSU football team.
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Here are a series of time stamps to help you navigate the video:
0:15: The Tigers have committed 30 penalties in three games, including nine for 112 yards in the Mississippi State loss. What action has head coach Ed Orgeron taken to correct the issue, and what can the Tigers do on the field to prevent this trend from continuing?
4:40: Syracuse’s up-tempo offense is a rough matchup for LSU’s defensive line, which will once again be thin this week as the unit recovers from a long list of injuries and suspensions. What will the Tigers have to do to keep their line depth from taking an even bigger toll on the defense as a whole?
7:20: Derrius Guice is banged up after wrenching his knee in the Mississippi State game. Especially considering his status is uncertain for the Syracuse game, will the Tigers be able to cater the offense more to his big play potential as the season continues?