Clay Travis says the heat should be on LSU coach Ed Orgeron.
LSU is being embarrassed on Saturday, losing 17-0 to Troy in the third quarter at Tiger Stadium. It’s a rough, rough score for the Tigers. Even if LSU comes back to win, memories of this struggle won’t go away soon.
The analyst didn’t hold back when giving his commentary on Twitter on Saturday night. He said Orgeron could provide Tennessee coach Butch Jones competition for the first to be fired in the SEC this year. (There was massive heat for Jones after Tennessee lost to Georgia 41-0 on Saturday.)
Troy is up 17-0 on LSU. Butch Jones has competition for first to be fired in SEC this year.
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) October 1, 2017
It seems early to call for Orgeron’s job, with this being Orgeron’s first full season in Baton Rouge. But a loss to Troy would be flat-out ridiculous. Already, LSU has an embarrassing loss this season, coming when Mississippi State trucked the Tigers 37-7 in Starkville.
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