Listen In: Cam Cameron

LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron shared the latest on the Tigers on that side of the ball, including why the line has performed better over the last two weeks and how the offense's identity is taking shape.

LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron made a rare media appearance Saturday night after LSU's 41-3 win over Kentucky.

Cameron touched on several reasons the Tiger offense has achieved some success in the last two weeks, giving a lot of credit to an offensive line that's finally catching stride.

"We're just getting better," leveled Cameron. "Elliott [Porter] coming back, I think he's getting more comfortable. We've been banged up a little bit. Vadal [Alexander] is probably as healthy as he's been. Ethan Pocic is getting solid there at guard. It's a lot of little things. Something that's overlooked is all the movement we had early in the year, and it was significant.

"Our guys played tonight like they practiced all week, so it really wasn't a surprise to us."

He also answered the now-inescapable Anthony Jennings-Brandon Harris question. But Cameron was quick to eschew the notion that Harris is challenging Jennings for his starting role.

"I don't know that it's a competition as much as it's just guys working to get better," Cameron explained. "It's two guys that are growing just day-by-day, snap-by-snap, and just maturing and understanding what we're trying to get done. I mean Kentucky comes in with a completely different coverage scheme than we've seen all year. That's an adjustment for a young quarterback, I don't care if you're a freshman or sophomore."

Click on the link below for even more from Cameron, who also addressed LSU's identity on offense and "young guys" on that side of the ball.

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