QB: A He made the one bad throw for a fairly easy TD to Beckham and forced us to kick a FG. Otherwise he was spectacular. The O-line finally broke down on the last series, forcing some poor throws. RB: C+ Hill never could get fully going. He ended up being pretty tentative and unsure of himself. We did get good yardage in the passing game using Hill. WR: A Jarvis Landry is without a doubt the best wide receiver in college football. Boone finally came up big as a 3rd receiver. TE/FB: D+ Dickson is non existent in our passing game and whiffed on a blitz that probably cost us a really big pass play. OL: B- They would have graded out to an A- until that last most critical drive when they completely fell apart. Run blocking was poor, against a defense that had been gashed all year long. DL: D Would have been an F except for the huge interception by Freak. Maybe he should play middle linebacker. LB: F I feel bad about giving an F to a unit that features a very good LB in Kwon Alexander, because he is a baller, but Welter should not have a scholarship, much less start for the #6 team in the nation. They need to take the #18 jersey away from Barrow and give it to Kwon. Barrow was supposed to be the leader of this defense and he is, in a word, awful. DB: D Average corners are being exposed because of the lack of pressure on the QB. We paid for it dearly today. White is going to be our best of the bunch, serious question marks abound with the others. When you think instinct, the first thing that comes to mind is Tyrann Mathieu. Well Craig Loston is the EXACT OPPOSITE of that. Somebody didn't pay the electric bill, because the light bulb has never come on. Special Teams: D This unit would have received an F if not for the 49 yarder by Delahoussaye. The kid is nails. The muffed punt was the ultimate turning point in this game that you can point to. Coaching: C A good game plan for the offense, nothing on the defensive side of the ball. Les Miles was bested by Mark Richt, which is never a good thing to utter.