Looking back at the Citadel game, LSU honestly should've won by a considerably larger margin. Three plays (Davis' punt return called back, Randall's fumble, and Clayton's fumble) accounted for a 24-pt difference in the game. Also, the air got completely taken out of the game after Damien's INT for a TD. In essense, that was only a 50 minute game played on Saturday. Also, the Citadel opened last season with a 35-7 loss to Georgia Tech (finished 7-5), who beat Syracuse (finished 9-3) the week before in a low-scoring game. The special teams and passing game need much work before this team can even approach legitimate top 20 status. With that said, how do you guys think the team will do in the SEC? Ole Miss has gotten two solid wins so far. Alabama played well against Oklahoma. Auburn stomped Western Carolina. Arkansas beat down Boise State. Kentucky beat Louisville and then drummed UTEP. Florida stayed with Miami for a little over a half. Mississippi State and South Carolina are the only SEC oppenents that haven't looked solid so far.