LSU braces for major changes on offense in 2014
BATON ROUGE - Now that Les Miles has made LSU history by winning at least 10 games in four straight seasons, the coach will have start working on a 2014 roster that is full of uncertainty.
The biggest changes will come on offense.
The Tigers already knew they'd lose senior quarterback Zach Mettenberger. His best receivers - juniors Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry - could turn pro, as could sophomore running back Jeremy Hill, the star of LSU's 21-14 Outback Bowl triumph over Iowa on New Year's Day.
Because of Mettenberger's knee injury, No. 14 LSU got a taste of life without him in Wednesday's bowl game. Freshman Anthony Jennings passed for 82 yards and was intercepted in his first start, but ran for a score and was good enough to win.
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