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LSU ready for Auburn after righting ship at Florida? | Tiger Pride Podcast

LSU returned home from Florida this week with a much-needed victory after dropping two of its past three contests in embarrassing fashions to Mississippi State and Troy.

But the Auburn team heading to Baton Rouge on Saturday represents the Tigers’ biggest challenge to date.

Jerit Roser and Mark Clements, of 225, discuss what coach Ed Orgeron’s team did well in Gainesville, Fla., as well as their predictions for this next matchup with the nation’s No. 10 team.

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Jerit Roser can be reached at Jerit@DatBoot.com.



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LSU heads to Florida with coaching, execution criticism abound | Tiger Pride Podcast

LSU heads to Florida this weekend in dire need of a victory against the Gators to right a ship many fans and media see as quickly sinking.

The Tigers have now lost two of their past three in the wake of a 24-21 stumble at home to the Sun Belt conference’s Troy that ended a slew of notable streaks the Bayou Bengals had carried for much of the 2000s thus far.

And fingers are pointing in every direction — from the team’s youth, to its leaders, to coordinators Dave Aranda and Matt Canada, head coach Ed Orgeron and athletic director Joe Alleva.

Mark Clements and Jerit Roser delve into LSU’s biggest issues thus far, what to make of the coaching and administrative situations, the quarterback battle between Danny Etling and Myles Brennan, and in exactly how serious of dangerous the program is of a bigger-picture slide.

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LSU’s big Thanksgiving: Texas A&M on Thursday, coaching decision by Sunday? | Podcast

LSU will complete its regular season Thursday at Texas A&M, but the biggest developments of the week could come in the days to follow.

Sources have indicated to several media outlets, including DatBoot.com, that a decision on the program’s head coaching position could be determined as early as this weekend with reports swirling that an aggressive run is being made at Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher.

Jerit Roser and Mark Clements dive into the Tigers’ date with the Aggies and the potentially imminent hire in the podcast below.

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LSU’s offensive struggles vs. Florida far surpass final play, toss dive

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Saturday’s final play was less the culprit than a nutshell.

LSU snapped the ball from Florida’s 1-yard line, tossed to running back Derrius Guice and came up short of tying and likely beating the Gators as time expired.

The Tigers’ offense had left much more to be desired for four quarters of a miscue-riddled afternoon for both sides, though, than simply an understandably frustrating conclusion to the 16-10 defeat.

“We can’t put the result of the game on one play,” senior fullback John David Moore said. “That wouldn’t be fair to anybody on this team. Really, yeah, he was supposed to go the other way, but at the end of the day, it comes down to everybody on this team.”

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LSU vs. Florida brings wealth of storylines, animosity, significance

Could Saturday’s matchup with Florida have been any more heavily anticipated a month ago, considering the Gators may have been considered the least threatening opponent remaining on LSU’s schedule at the time?

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LSU running backs Leonard Fournette and Derrius Guice chat during pregame warmups for the Tigers’ eventual rout of Southern Miss. (Jerit Roser)

The rivalry always bears its share of intensity and talk — whether in the lead-up to games or the offseason. But the public squabbles over the eventual postponement of a contest originally scheduled for Oct. 8, controversial photographs with a cat skeleton and a recently unleashed blunt swagger from the Tigers’ players have heaped gallons of fuel upon that fire.

All for a game that has plenty of storylines, regardless of all that talk.

Saturday will mark the final game in Tiger Stadium for seniors such as Kendell Beckwith, Tre’Davious White and Lewis Neal, as well as likely some juniors such as Leonard Fournette, Jamal Adams and Davon Godchaux — although Fournette drew headlines this week he might consider otherwise.

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