I just had to post a link to an article that included the phrase "LSU air attack". Early emergence of QB Mettenberger, LSU air attack, taking pressure off defense, run game. BATON ROUGE, Louisiana — No longer does a Les Miles-coached LSU have to rely on suffocating defense and a punishing power running game to win. Through two games, at least, the eighth-ranked Tigers have been able to air it out, and might now even prefer that mode of attack. "We're feeling it," LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger said after throwing for a single-game school record five touchdown passes in a 56-17 demolition of UAB on Saturday night. "Receivers were feeling where the spaces were. ... It really makes your job easy when your (offensive) line gives you all that time and those guys out wide can make every catch." And Mettenberger, it seems, can make all the throws. He missed on only three of 19 passes against UAB while racking up 282 yards — 17 yards short of his career high — in only three quarters of work before giving way to freshman QB Anthony Jennings. Mettenberger averaged about 200 yards passing last season, when LSU's passing offense ranked 92nd in the nation. Through the first two games of 2013, including a challenging opener against No. 24 TCU in Dallas, Mettenberger is passing for about 267 yards per game. And it appears his confidence and chemistry is only growing with a receiving corps that looked more like talented underachievers a year ago. Miles brought in an old friend from Michigan, longtime college and NFL coach Cam Cameron, to rectify that as new offensive coordinator last winter.