LSU defensive coordinator Bo Pelini looks to put the Tigers in a position to stop Mike Leach’s offense


BATON ROUGE, La (WAFB) – Will Mike Leach and Bo Pelini line up on Saturday when Mississippi State unveils its new look against the reigning national champions?

Leach is certainly one of the most interesting and entertaining personalities in college football. He was once asked about marriage and gave a response that lasted over three minutes

But Leach really wanted to win He took over a Washington State program that went eight years without a winning season and was able to lead the Cougars to a 37-15 record in four years In 2018, he was named National Coach of the Year after the Cougars placed 11-2 overall and finished in the top 10

Throwing the ball over 50 times per game has been the norm for Leach wherever he has been He was the offensive coordinator for the 1998 Kentucky team who visited Tiger Stadium and beat LSU, 39-36 , behind almost 400 meters from Tim Couch His new quarterback is K J Costello, a transfer graduate who made big numbers at Stanford

So without the backing of that typical Death Valley roar, the LSU defense and its new 4-3 approach will be tested

Bulldog running back Kylin Hill traveled over 1,300 yards last season Although, against LSU, he only gained 34 yards on 15 carries at Starkville It should be interesting to see how many carries and catches he gets in this new « Air Raid » attack

And, the guy who played quarterback against LSU last year, Garrett Shrader, has been transferred to wide receiver, in hopes of using his athletic abilities.

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