Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Tiger_fan, Jan 4, 2013.
So what? LSU had the #7 turnover ratio in the nation. A&M was #89. That shit will lose you games.
Favorable scheduling for some teams, if every team played each other, you would not see those results.
Just curious, how did A&M do with turnovers in the last half of the season?
Beats me, I don't follow A&M. You can find the stats at . . .
I have that same page available but I am wondering if A&M turned the ball over more in the first half of the season like when they play LSU and Florida.
It is VERY obvious the team that blew Oklahoma away last night was nothing close to what LSU played, it is also obvious that the LSU team that choked to Clemson
was not the same LSU team that beat A&M IMO.
Go to the TEAM page and to the GAME BY GAME page.
GAME INT FUM
Florida 0 0
SMU 0 0
S. Carolina 1 0
Arkansas 0 0
Ole Miss 2 4
La Tech 1 1
LSU 3 2
Auburn 0 0
Miss State 0 1
Alabama 0 0
Sam Houston 1 3
Missouri 1 0
First half of the season = 8 turnovers. 2nd half of the season = 11 turnovers. They pretty much sucked at turnovers the whole year.
There was a team this year that started the year 1-5, the next seven games, 6-1, want to guess who? Oh, an they won their Bowl game.
For the players lost before and during the season with LSU, we did well.
OK got that, in looking at those numbers, they lost 1 game where turnovers were a factor. They also won one where is should have been and I think that game was even on the road, their explosive offense can make up for mistakes and it did.
The LSU players did well, the LSU offensive coaches did not when it mattered most. (Watching the 2 min offense of LSU against AL. did you get ANY feeling that coaching played a part in that total Charlie Foxtrot?)
As bad as it was, it was a game that could have been won. To have lost both starting OT, starting OG, RB, PR, CB, LB that wasn't a bad job by the staff. Name another team that could have lost that many starting players and stayed in those games. Three losses by a total of 14 pts.
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