Brian Kelly details LSU’s physical readiness, offensive structure, installation to players’ skill sets

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The 2022 SEC media days are taking place July 18-21 and SEC Network is televising the annual event in Atlanta, Georgia .

First-year LSU head coach Brian Kelly met with media Monday. Tennessee will play at LSU Oct. 8.

Kelly was asked how he views LSU from a physical readiness and the Tigers’ quarterback situation.

“I think our numbers look pretty good,” Kelly said of LSU. “Our GPS numbers show a fitness that will have us prepared for Florida State. We trained outside all summer. We have two more days this week, then we’re off. We finish up our summer program with two more days of training this week, today counting. Yeah, we’re healthy. I think our kids would tell you they feel as good as they’ve ever felt. Our numbers look really good across the board.

“Then as it relates to the quarterbacks, it’s similar to what I have said to a number of people that asked about the quarterback situation. We’re really going to have to set the offensive structure and its installation to the skill set of the particular players. Number one, they got to take care of the football. Number two, they have to get the ball to play-makers. I have play-makers on offense that are already in place. They’ve got to get the ball to the play-makers. Number three, they’ve got to make plays, that quarterback. The ultimate decision-making on who that quarterback is, he’ll have to hit those three notes. I think all of these guys can do that. We’ll have to put them in that position so we can evaluate that.”