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Revisiting LSU’s season outlook after its Dome domination of BYU | Tiger Pride Podcast

LSU’s 27-0 rout of BYU in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome this past weekend was enough to force Jerit Roser and Mark Clements to revisit at least a couple of their preseason predictions.

The Tigers’ defense looked stellar, and Danny Etling and the new-look Matt Canada offense provided plenty of foundation for optimism — even despite some early issues.

Check out the podcast below as Jerit and Mark break down the opener, including Players of the Week on both sides of the ball, and look forward to what this first look may mean for the season ahead.

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Gauging Impact on LSU vs. BYU by shuffled plans, freshmen | Tiger Pride Podcast

LSU’s 2017 football season is now just a day away, with the Tigers and BYU traveling to New Orleans as a result of Hurricane Harvey’s impact on Houston.

Jerit Roser and Mark Clements, of 225, broke down the impact of the change of plans and expectations for the matchup — particularly regarding all the freshmen expected to touch the turf in purple and gold.

Check out the podcast below for more information.

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LSU football outlook: Expectations and bold predictions | Tiger Pride Podcast

LSU’s season opener against BYU on Sept. 2 is now just eight days away, and Jerit Roser and Mark Clements have plenty of keys to watch for this fall.

Check out the first edition of the Tiger Pride Podcast, presented by 225 Magazine, for several expectations — and even a few bold predictions — about all position groups and phases.

And make sure to keep up with Jerit and Mark throughout the LSU football season on both 225BatonRouge.com and DatBoot.com.

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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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