Until he hurt his ankle/calf. His performance before he got hurt was fantastic. After he got hurt, it was clear his injury was affecting each throw he made. Texas played an opportunistic game, but Randall getting hurt was the turning point of the game. That he was able to stay in the game, and take all the hits he did, was phenominal. The QB job is Randall's to lose next year IMO. Hats off to Texas' and LSU's star WR's - Williams and Clayton. They were the two best football players on the field, and no one else was even close (other than Redding of Texas). LSU's achilles heal since the day Saban arrived has been the play of the secondary. Once again it cost LSU a win. Saban doesn't have to promise DB recruits early playing time if they sign with the Tigers. If they watched the game today, and LSU's loss to Arkansas before it, they can see the opportunity for themselves to play early at LSU. I can see two freshman starting for LSU in the secondary next year. The Tigers' effort made me proud today. I can't wait until the recruiting bashes, and next year's first game at Arizona.