Videos: First Look At LSU Offense Under Matt Canada

LSU opened spring practice on Saturday. In the eyes of many, the biggest story line will be how the offense looks under new coordinator Matt Canada.

The new play-caller’s intensity was obvious in some of the videos taken by reporters at practice.

Fiery @CoachMCanada makes presence felt at first @LSUfootball spring practice >>>

— WAFB (@WAFB) March 11, 2017
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New #LSU OC Matt Canada leading passing drills.

— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) March 11, 2017

#LSU OC Matt Canada was running so hard to the next drill that his flung off

— James Bewers (@JamesBewers) March 11, 2017

#LSU QBs and WRs

— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) March 11, 2017

#LSU pass drills finish with Etling to Roddy connection.

— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) March 11, 2017

According to The Advocate’s Ross Dellenger, Canada appears to be a perfect fit with coach Ed Orgeron’s fiery personality:

“Danny,” Canada yelled toward No. 1 QB Danny Etling during a drill after an under-thrown pass, “throw the ball, brother!”

“Higher!” he screamed at the other QBs.

“This is a fast drill,” he barked while players lagged in effort at one point.

He even gestured toward reporters, lining one sideline.

“Heads up over there, folks! Running right at you!”

Canada was recently named one of Saturday Down South’s six coordinators who will make a big impact in 2017.

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