Ed Orgeron addresses media ahead of Auburn game
Ed Orgeron on the status of Terrace Marshall
We will see how much he can do. Jack Marucci and Coach Brady have an excellent plan. We talked about it today. He’s going to want to do everything, be ready to go. But we feel that by game time he should be ready to play.
Ed Orgeron on Auburn’s defensive front
You look at a guy like Derrick Brown, who is that big and physical. Nobody that we’ve faced so far has been that big and physical. He’s very, very disruptive. They put him in a four technique, they put him in a three technique. He’s hard to match one-on-one. You have to double-team him.
Marlon Davidson is good pass-rusher. These guys get most of their rushes with a four-man rush. They can stop the run and play two high safety. They’re very physical.
Ed Orgeron on LSU possibly looking ahead to Alabama
I think for this team, they’re so focused in on the task at hand, they understood, made some goals, we talked about some things before the season where we want to go. We’re right on track. This is always about LSU, about the LSU standard of performance.
Now, does Auburn have our attention? Heck, yeah. Is this a great rivalry game in the SEC? Yes. Whatever is down the road is going to wait down the road. But Florida was a big game, right? Mississippi State was a big game. The more you win, bigger they going to get.
This is a big game in Baton Rouge. Means a lot to our football. I don’t think at all they’ll be looking past the open date, whatever, down the road.
Ed Orgeron on Cade York
I’m still going to trust him. He’s our guy. But we’re going to have a plan if he’s not doing well, we may go for it, put the ball in his hands or Joe Burrow’s hands, you know what I mean? I know what decision you’d make right now. Know what I’m saying?
We have options. We can go for it instead of kick a field goal, which is sometimes better. Connor is not ready to be our kicker yet. We believe in our kicker and I’m going to stick by him.
Orgeron on Thad Moss
First of all, Thaddeus Moss has brought tremendous leadership to our football team. He’s a young man that transferred here, didn’t know anybody. I think he’s made some of the most mature decisions I’ve ever seen in a football player. I’m very proud of him. That’s why I named him team captain.
He struggled a lot, had a lot of injuries, but he stuck with it. Now he gives us a blocking tight end and a pass catcher tight end. Very athletic. He’s very smart. We can do some things with him. As you saw, we chipped him on the way out. Steve ran the play twice in a row. Those guys didn’t understand how to cover it. Obviously, he had some good genes, a lot of pressure on him. He’s a great young man.
The more we can throw to the tight end, the more it’s going to open up for our wide receivers. I think the tight end down the middle puts a lot of pressure on the defense of covering the tight end down the middle, especially when you have some receivers on the outside.
Ed Orgeron on Ed Ingram
I think he’s in good football shape right now. His technique right now, he’s a little overaggressive. He wants to maul everybody, which is good. He’s a good run blocker. We have to work a little bit on his pass protection. As soon as he gets that down, he’ll play more.
Orgeron also said Saahdiq Charles/Austin Deculus should be good to play Saturday.
Photo via Gus Stark of LSU Athletics
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