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LSU’s blueprint to upsetting Alabama | Tiger Pride Podcast

No. 19 LSU visits No. 1 Alabama this weekend as the biggest underdog the Tigers have been in more than two decades.

And coach Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide squad is favored for plenty of reason.

But Jerit Roser and Mark Clements found some potential sources of optimism for LSU fans as they continued to dissect the matchup and break down all of those dynamics in the podcast below.

Listen to this week’s Tiger Pride Podcast to dive into the challenge that awaits the Tigers, as well as a blueprint to upending Alabama.

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LSU doesn’t allow BYU to cross 50-yard line in dominant, ironic Superdome return

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Cornerback Andraez “Greedy” Williams intercepted a pass in his first career game for LSU on Saturday in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. (Jerit Roser, DatBoot.com)

With seemingly eyes on offensive coordinator Matt Canada’s debut, LSU’s dominant — and ironic — defense stole the show in the program’s return to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

The Tigers (1-0) held BYU (1-1) to just 92 yards of total offense in Saturday’s 27-0 shutout victory to begin the 2017 schedule, their first season-opening shutout since 2007.

In fact, the Cougars failed to cross the 50-yard line in a performance many fans and media throughout the day likened to LSU’s own offensive futility in the 2011 national championship contest in the same venue.

“I think the second quarter, we’re over there looking at the stats and saying, ‘You know, we’ve got a real shot of doing this,'” senior defensive lineman Christian LaCouture said. “We expect to be that. But you never know at the game — you could have a great performance, but it’s 200 yards total or 300 yards total, but you played well.

“But when I saw in the fourth-quarter, it’s (about) 97 yards, I’m like, ‘No, we’re staying in. We’ve gotta keep going.'”

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Louisiana’s 2018 class full of future college, pro stars | Jerit and the Kid

Jerit and the KidLouisiana’s 2018 recruiting class is full of star power that appears poised to excel on not only the college level, but also professionally.

And Jerit Roser and Jordan Burkett could help but spend the inaugural edition of “Jerit and the Kid” discussing the talented group.

Check out the podcast below for some rankings, a few under-the-radar names and some other notable story lines, including LSU’s biggest challengers for these prospects and which playmakers are most closely watching new Tigers offensive coordinator Matt Canada’s offense this fall.

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Hashing through LSU’s coaching announcements, subsequent recruiting news

Ed Orgeron will be LSU’s football coaching moving forward, Athletic Director Joe Alleva announced Saturday after a week-long whirlwind of rumors linked Jimbo Fisher and Tom Herman to the position.

And within just four days, the subsequent news and developments have given fans little opportunity to catch their breath.

Most notably and anticipated, defensive coordinator Dave Aranda will remain on board — with a pay raise and extension at that — while the Tigers have parted ways with special teams coordinator Bradley Dale Peveto.

A pair of prospects with longstanding relationships with Orgeron took steps away from LSU.

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LSU’s Arkansas trip could prove more telling than Alabama game | Podcast

Hundreds of thousands of eyes in Baton Rouge alone fixated on Tiger Stadium this past weekend as LSU hosted Alabama.

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LSU and interim coach Ed Orgeron head to Arkansas this weekend. (Jerit Roser)

Reports that interim coach Ed Orgeron could earn a more-permanent opportunity added to the more typical storylines of the always highly anticipated annual slug fest.

And despite a masterful defensive performance, the No. 13 Tigers (5-3) fell to the No. 1 Crimson Tide (9-0) for the sixth straight time behind a stagant offensive evening more reminiscent of the criticisms of now-former coach Les Miles than of Orgeron’s first three games at the helm.

“Eaux” and co.’s ability to break a different trend this week in Arkansas could ultimately prove more telling to the big picture of LSU’s 2016 season — and their current leader’s prospects for maintaining his position — than the 10-0 loss (they hope is) already in their rearview mirror.

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