- Gary Laney, Reporter, GeauxTigerNation
BATON ROUGE, La. -- GeauxTigerNation writer Gary Laney took your questions:
From Joseph (Pacific Northwest): It seems that the (LSU) strategy to employ a no huddle offense is designed to keep dangerous defensive personnel groups off the field, or mitigate the pass rush through exhaustion, on passing downs. As a northwesterner now, I have had to live through the incessant touting by Oregon fans of the invincibility of their vaunted high-speed offense. Needless to say, a defense with equal speed and superior size has been Oregon's undoing (OSU, Auburn, LSU, Stanford); there are several defenses like these in the SEC, and on LSU's 2013 schedule. Is trouble brewing?
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