Can the LSU offense finally get the credit they deserve?

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  1. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Everybody kept saying LSU will not be able to move the ball on Georgia. Not only did we move it, we shoved it down their throat. We ended up with 443 yards against the 3rd best defense in the nation, who was yielding only 261. If the score would have been in doubt, LSU would have racked up well over 500 yards. This Georgia defense is really good. The LSU offense is just better, at this stage of the season. The O-Line's run blocking is incredible....LSU is averaging nearly 225 yards on the ground in the last 7 games....against quality SEC opponents. This would rank us somewhere in the top 10 in the nation, had we averaged this all year long. Matt Mauck continues to improve, and I almost hate to see him go....except for the fact that we have a stud QB (maybe 2) in waiting.

    Even after the Arkansas performance, many people still doubted the LSU offense. No longer, my friend, no longer.
     
  2. Tiger Trey

    Tiger Trey Founding Member

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    No !

    I think one more game of being disrespected is just what they need !!
     
  3. Sourdoughman

    Sourdoughman TigerFan of LSU and the Tigerman

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    and people will doubt we can win in the Sugar Bowl but we
    all know what happened last time we were there.............

    Prediction:

    It'l be over by halftime............

    In our favor of course.............

    Destiny is ours.........................
     

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