Rewatched the game - 1. None of the QBs made very good throws. I'd say Lee's passes were the most consistent and accurate in general. Garrett didn't throw much. Jefferson had a couple of nice passes dropped, and threw a lot of balls away. But in general he did not look as sharp as Lee. 2. OL play on both teams was strong - but that was aided by the lack of strong play by the DTs. 3. Craig Loston and Kevin Minter are very strong defensive backups. 4. Mingo looked tough to block, but he's very small. Rahim Alem was tough to handle off the edge too, but teams just took advantage of his speed to step inside him and run around the end. I worry about that with Mingo - doesn't take much to push him a foot or two outside and then burn around his end. He needs to build some size. 5. That said - all the DEs looked good. Montgomery is going to be a stud - he needs to add some weight as well. 6. Ridley is still a very good RB - but Ford is in a different league. He seems to be ready to go - a complete back. 7. I hate to say it this way - but Russell Shepard is still just a ton of unrealized potential right now. Hope he works a ton of 7 on 7 this summer. I still don't think we should take too much from this game. The secondary, for instance, is very good and gave the QBs a tough task - there just wasn't a lot of blown coverage or even poor coverage. But one thing is certain - QB is still a question for LSU and the answer to that question will determine whether LSU will compete next year or not in the SEC.