LSU coach Ed Orgeron to keep suspensions, discipline in-house

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The Tigers outgained BYU (1-1) 479 yards to 97 and LSU had the ball for 41:54 to 18:06 for BYU.

Operating an overhauled offensive scheme under new coordinator Matt Canada, LSU piled up enormous statistical advantages but stalled four times inside the BYU 20 - twice coming away with no points, once because of a missed field goal and once because of a failed run on fourth-and-goal from the 1.

Both teams finished the first quarter with zeros on the scoreboard, but it was all LSU after that. But after the linemen and skill players settled into place, the ball commonly went to Guice.

LSU running back Derrius Guice ran 27 times for 120 and two touchdowns. At least one of these two positions are moving on most plays, whether it be to the other side of the field faking a sweep or moving from a receiver position to the end of the line to help block.

The Tigers put up their last score of the night two possessions later on a 1-yard run from Darrel Williams.

"Really disappointed in the outcome", Sitake said.

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"It all happened so fast I didn't realize I had that many".

Wanting to keep "a competitive advantage" over his opponents, LSU?coach Ed Orgeron said Thursday that he will not announce any suspensions or discipline this season, deciding instead to keep that information private.

LSU's athletic website said 23 newcomers played in the game, including 15 true freshman.

Guice scored LSU's first TD on a 4-yard run through the middle of the line on what was his 10th carry of a 13-play, 66-yard drive. "I would like to throw him the ball more out of the backfield".

Guice said he wasn't expecting to run the ball that much, and had no idea the Tigers ran the ball 57 total times on Saturday, but was excited for the chance to do so. Orgeron added that any player now being disciplined would not travel to New Orleans for the BYU game.

"We found what plays we liked and what plays worked and we kind of stuck with those", Etling said. The defense gave up under 100 total yards. Either way, he showed again Saturday why he can't be ignored.

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