LSU head coach Ed Orgeron is entering the last 2 games of his LSU career.

On Tuesday, Coach O discussed what it will be like coaching his last 2 games as the head man of the Tigers on the show “Off the Bench” Tuesday.

“I feel good,” he said. “We had one of the greatest seasons in college football history. I’m appreciative of all my time here, never had a bad day. It’s been a great time.”

Back in 2019, Orgeron lead his Tigers to a perfect 15-0 season, but since that time, the program has fallen on hard times, not making a bowl last year because of a self-imposed bowl ban. The Tigers are on the verge of not making a bowl game again this season.

Earlier this season, Orgeron and LSU decided to part ways. Coach O leaves LSU with 2 more chances to improve on an overall record of 49-20.

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