Steve Ensminger

Steve Ensminger talks LSU offense at Coaches Caravan

Seth Dunlap
June 24, 2019 - 6:17 pm

The LSU offense has been heavilty criticized over the past few seasons for a lack of consistent production.  Despite that criticism, the Tigers were as potent offensively towards the end of the year and into Bowl season as they had been at any point in the Ed Orgeron era.

Offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger is back for another year with the Tigers, and is a coach that Orgeron has high confidence in.  Ensminger himself exudes confidence, and expects the Tigers will make a great progress on that side of the football this coming season. 

One player who seems to be making progress is redshirt sophomore quarterback Myles Brennan.  Ensminger had high praise for his young signal caller.

"If I had to vote for a most improved player this season it's Myles Brennan," Ensminger said.  "He's matured.  He's taking it serious.  He's in the weight room, and he's up to 270 pounds now."

Listen to Esminger's full comments on Brennan, and the rest of his conversation about the LSU offense with Bobby Hebert, Deuce McAllister, and Kristian Garic in the video below.

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