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Anyone that knows me knows I don't often blame coaches or call for their dismissal, but Stud is out of excuses. Not only was Jeremy Hill's absence late in the game indefensible, but Stud's OL was unable to pick up short yardage all night against a bad Clemson defense. I recognize the youth on the OL, but Stud never figured out a way to protect the passer, or how to dial up a short passing game. For five years, we've struggled to protect the passer, and Stud has been the OL coach that entire time. Yes, there has been attrition, injuries and mis-evaluations, but eventually, we should've seen some improvement in pass protection under Stud for more than one game here and there.
It's just time for a change. The OL is the heart of any offense, and LSU deserves better.
Welcome aboard. It was lonely on the train for a while.
I hope Miles' New Year resolution is to fire Stud and hire an actual OC so LSU fans didn't have to watch horrendous play calling....and LSU losses
TigerNE, you've had more patience than me. I don't know what else it takes to get fired as an offensive coach at LSU. If we wait until people quit buying tickets (the obvious indicator and action item) it will be way too late and we'll be in Tennessee type decline. Above all we need something to get excited about. Nobody in this state (including potential future Tigers) can be excited about what we saw on offense this year and last night in particular.
I'm not holding my breath waiting for it to happen.
Getting a new Offensive Coordinator would do nothing.
You must not have noticed my criticism was as much of his OL coaching as it was the play calling.
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