LSU's preseason practices will be off limits to the media.
LSU football will hold its preseason practices behind closed doors, as the school announced Friday that the media will not be allowed into a single one.
Head coach Ed Orgeron is apparently switching things up in his first season as head coach.
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The announcement means LSU will be the only SEC school not allowing at least one day of media access:
For the next four weeks, The Tigers will practice six days a week, with one NCAA-mandated off day. Most camp days are structured with a walk-through in the morning and a two-plus hour practice in the afternoon. Players and Orgeron are scheduled to speak with the media each twice a week during most weeks.
Last preseason, LSU closed practices after the first week of practices.