THE GOOD: Allen at DE looked really good in the first quarter but then seemed to disappear. Mett looked worlds better than last season making more accurate throws, quicker decisions and had much better pocket presence. Landry is an absolute beast! If LSU can find another consistent WR to keep Landry from getting double teamed look out. The OL looked pretty good keeping Mett clean on passing plays. Magee has legit speed and can kill defenses with outside runs. Would love to see him used like Darren Sproles in the passing game. The bad: The DL disappeared for most of the game. Where was freak? Clock management, what's new? The OL run blocking was surprisingly weak. The ugly: Playcalling! This was the exact same offense from the last few years. Passes to the RB and the TE were shockingly absent. Without Mett and Landry improving greatly it would have been a carbon copy of last year. Special teams. The kick off return by TCU was bad. The muffed punt was also very bad. #3 did have a good return. Short kick offs far too often. Summary: Overall still good to get a win over a top 20 team to begin the season, but definitely not the dominating performance we saw against Oregon a couple years back. Defense overall has a long way to go and the OL needs to gel. With Metts improvement this team should be able to roll against lesser competition if the play calling doesn't shackle them yet again.