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5-2, 3rd in SEC - West
Ranking the best rushing attacks in the league (5:05)

David Ching ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron worked under Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin at both USC and Tennessee and makes no secret of his respect and affection for his former boss. But he said Tuesday that their typical contact is cut off until after their teams meet on Nov. 5. "I talk to him two or three times a week. But we're going to take a hiatus these next two weeks," Orgeron laughed. "Now I know he's going to want to talk to me, but I ain't answering back man. I know how he is."

Beyond the footprint: CFP outlook (5:06)
This is not the same LSU team from September (3:11)
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Champ. Drive: UF, LSU Continue War Of Words

Matt Schick, Heather Dinich and Ivan Maisel discuss the war of words that continues between Florida and LSU, noting the sour impression this leaves for both schools.

David Ching ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron is in New Orleans today to speak at the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club meeting along with Pelicans general manager Dell Demps and several other local coaches. Orgeron spent much of his time during a media Q&A before the luncheon discussing his friendship with Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin. Of the upcoming Alabama-LSU game on Nov. 5, Orgeron said the matchup between Kiffin and LSU defensive coordinator Dave Aranda will pit "two of the best in the business" against each other.

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Fournette, Tigers Continue Bounce-Back

Ivan Maisel, Heather Dinich and Ryan McGee talk about Leonard Fournette's dominant performance against Ole Miss and discuss Ed Orgeron's chances to retain his job.

Allen: 'There's a lot of things we can improve on' (6:18)
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Tigers return to Power Rankings

LSU is now 3-0 under interim head coach Ed Orgeron as it moves into its well-timed bye week, which comes right before the Tigers' SEC West matchup with Alabama. Power Rankings

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What will we see from Fournette?

It's hard to argue that Leonard Fournette is not the best player in the country when he's healthy, writes Mark Schlabach. After missing three weeks with a sprained ankle, the running back made a big return in the Tigers' 17-point win over Ole Miss on Saturday. GameDay Final

Ohio State upset shakes up AP's top 10 (0:59)
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Should Alabama start to worry about Auburn?

Is Auburn the biggest threat to Bama's perfect season? Is Penn State back? And are Leonard Fournette and Baker Mayfield in the Heisman mix again? We look at Week 8 storylines to see what's real.

Fournette makes a record-breaking statement in his return (0:59)

David Ching ESPN Staff Writer 

Leonard Fournette says his preseason ankle injury "never really healed" when he tried to play the first month of the season. But after a layoff of nearly a month, he went off for 284 yards in LSU's 38-21 win over Ole Miss on Saturday. Here Fournette discusses his performance and how he hates being compared to teammate Derrius Guice.

Tigers top Rebels 38-21 (3:22)

Team Stats

Passing Yards183.9104th
Rushing Yards239.919th
Points For29.964th
Points Against15.08th

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