LSU football is the No. 1 topic of discussion every day on SEC Country’s One Team, One Podcast. Host Carter ‘The Power” Bryant chats about the tension that lies between head coach Ed Orgeron and offensive coordinator Matt Canada and why both would benefit from each other immensely next season. Bryant chats about the disconnect that began before (and directly after) the Troy debacle, if Canada is a serious candidate for other jobs, why the Tigers offensive coordinator job is funner than one can think and our daily Fact of the Day.
Ed Orgeron and Matt Canada need to hug it out
It’s simple. Orgeron and Canada are not the best of friends. Connected football analyst Mike Detellier, who is close with Orgeron, said on WWL “Matt Canada has coached his last game at LSU” via The Times.
Bryant believes the two of them need each other. Orgeron greatly benefitted from Canada’s offensive expertise after he let him have full autonomy of the offense following the Troy loss. Canada can gather more experience and opportunities from running the offense in Baton Rouge for another season.
LSU’s OC gig is one of the best
Few people in Louisiana receive more criticism than the offensive coordinator at LSU. However, Bryant shares why Canada has one of the best jobs in the country and he should not leave it to coach at a mid-level bottom-dweller.
And does Canada have any job prospects to begin with?
Fact of the Day
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