LSU entered Saturday’s game at Mississippi State with a better taste in its mouth from the Bulldogs’ season-opening win last year in Baton Rouge. The Tigers delivered payback in Starkville, winning 28-25.

After the game, coach Ed Orgeron was happy to discuss Xs and Os. He shared that the LSU coaches had worked on defending the Air Raid after KJ Costello posted a record passing performance last year. LSU used a three-man front on defense, a look the Tigers had not shown on tape. Orgeron noted the 3-2-6 scheme was borrowed from Arkansas. Orgeron did not mind seeing MSU complete short passed. The Bulldogs managed 371 yards through the air.

Orgeron also discussed the team’s overall performance and highlighted individual performances. Here are the highlights from his postgame presser: