BATON ROUGE – We’re officially two weeks into Fall Camp for LSU and the media got to watch the entire practice Wednesday morning. LSU’s offense dominated with big time plays in the redzone and putting together efficient drives.

Both Jayden Daniels and Garrett Nussmeier ran drills with the first team. Daniels looked more comfortable running this offense. Both quarterbacks put together scoring drives.

As for wide receivers, Malik Nabors, Jaray Jenkins and Kyren Lacy all had catches and really stood out in this talented wide out room.

Today, Garrett Dellinger struggled at center, with a handful of bad snaps. It’s been a transition for him going from the guard and tackle position to center but LSU Head Coach Brian Kelly isn’t concerned.

“If he was just snapping the ball, he’d be fine,” said Coach Kelly. “But we’re asking him to call out the front. He’s making the checks. He’s gone from playing guard to center. And so this is a culmination now of all of that being piled on.”

Even though the defense didn’t have a strong practice, Maason Smith played nose guard and really disrupted the offensive line.

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