LSU, Coach O betting on Matt Canada to beat Bama
Last season, LSU went scoreless, fighting to just get over one hundred yards of total offense, with just 33 on the ground between Leonard Fournette and Derrius Guice.
But 2017 adds a new formula to this rivalry: it's called the "Matt Canada effect."
During the Tigers 3-game winning streak, with all the motions, shifts, jet sweeps and deep shots, the Tiger offense is averaging 28 points and over 400 yards per game.
But this Saturday night against Alabama is where Coach Orgeron hopes this new offense and his new coordinator pays off the most.
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