LSU Tigers: Josh Dwoaraczyk
BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU begins springs football practice Thursday with plenty of question marks, from adjusting to a new offensive coordinator to replacing the entire defensive line.
Here are the big story lines as practice gets set to start Thursday and continue until the spring game April 20:
1. What's the Cam Cameron effect? It's really going to be hard to pinpoint the Cameron influence on the offense until the Tigers start taking snaps in games next fall.
But if we start seeing Jeremy Hill taking swing passes from Zach Mettenberger and tight ends getting targeted repeatedly in passing drills, we'll know where that came from.
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With so many teams playing multiple wide receivers -- either because of a spread scheme or because LSU's potent defense forces so many long-yardage situations -- the Tigers often go to the third cornerback, and fifth defensive back in total, to boost the coverage schemes. That allowed Simon to log plenty of snaps last season.
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