The LSU Tigers are ready for a new season when they appear at the SEC’s annual media days in Atlanta, Georgia on Monday, July 18.
First-year head coach Brian Kelly spoke to the media and players BJ Ojulari, Mike Jones, Jr and Jack Bech. For LSU football, expectations are always high. Yet after a 6-7 record in 2021, which led to parting ways with former Ed Orgeron and bringing in Kelly, fans are hungry for success in 2022 and ready to see their “Bayou Bengals” return to the pinnacle of college football. world that Kelly wants to see happen.
According to https://www.wdsu.com/article/full-interview-lsu-head-coach-brian-kelly-makes-sec-media-days-debut/40644664#, Kelly says, “To me, my full attention is focused on our LSU football team. It’s been quite an interesting six, seven months as I embarked on this journey that has been exciting for me. “So for me, it was then taking this great opportunity in front of me to be a part of restoring championship-quality football at LSU.”
Second-year wide receiver Jack Bech is set for a breakthrough year in 2022 after bursting onto the scene in 2021 and is ready and all-out with Kelly.
“Coach Kelly has done a wonderful job in the different ways he has implemented different things in our culture such as spirit, responsibility and courage; it was cool to see the change in the locker room from January and February to where it is now and where it’s going,” says Bech.