Les Miles may have been the one that was hit the hardest by LSU’s release of the findings in the Husch Blackwell report, but Ed Orgeron still has some things he may have to answer for in the weeks and months to come.

Especially when it comes to some of the allegations made against former LSU players Derrius Guice and Drake Davis, two players that played under Orgeron in Baton Rouge.

If you missed the release of the report, the full Husch Blackwell report can be found here courtesy of LSU.

During his weekly appearance on Baton Rouge-based ESPN 104.5 FM program Off The Bench, Orgeron offered up a brief comment when asked to share his thoughts on the findings of the report.

“Yeah, you know, obviously, deeply saddened and disappointed about what it revealed,” Orgeron said on the show. “But myself and our staff are committed to fully implementing the protocols prescribed by the university and the experts it retained. This is a very serious matter.”

Now the challenge in Baton Rouge is to actually follow through with that pledge.

When you consider how quickly Kansas moved to rid itself of Les Miles this week, that should give Orgeron and his program plenty of incentive to follow through.