Tigers Take to Stadium for First Fall Scrimmage
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BATON ROUGE -- LSU's sixth-ranked football team endured a three hour practice on Saturday morning in Tiger Stadium, scrimmaging for the first time this fall.
"We got in the stadium for 10 to 15 live snaps per team and had some good work," LSU head coach Les Miles said. "For the first scrimmage we were not overly sharp, but it was just the first scrimmage. It was kind of what I was expecting. I would have been pleasantly surprised if we would have been better."
Miles did comment of the kicking game of place kickers Chris Jackson, Ryan Gaudet and Colt David and the punting of Patrick Fisher and Brady Dalfrey.
"We seemed to be improved in the kicking game," Miles said. "We were pretty sharp on our field goals. I enjoyed our punts and our kickoffs. Those were the phases we looked at today, and all three looked pretty good."
The Tigers will return to the field on Sunday morning for a light practice before partaking in LSU's annual Media Day and Fan Day.
Fan day will take place at the Charles McClendon Practice Facility with the gates opening at 2 p.m. for various festivities before the players and coaches will be available at 3-4 p.m. for autographs.