Earlier this year, there was some very palpable tension between LSU head coach Ed Orgeron and offensive coordinator Matt Canada.
That came when the Tigers hit a stretch where they lost to Mississippi State, barely beat Syracuse and lost at home to Troy.
However, since then, it appears Coach O and his first-year coordinator have buried the hatchet. On his Wednesday night radio show, Coach O said he and Canada have a great relationship:
O on relationship with Canada: "Great relationship. Done a very good job. Some things he knows we need to get better at. Overall, very good job." #LSU
— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) November 9, 2017
Of course, he then added that Canada knows the offense needs to get better, which can be said about pretty much every team in the SEC (and the country, for that matter, as coaches should never be satisfied).
Still, things are steadily getting better in Baton Rouge, and the Tigers have a chance to have a big offensive day against a porous Arkansas defense on Saturday afternoon.
If all goes according to plan, the Tigers will be back on track on offense heading into the final three games of the regular season.