First of all, he IS the qb who led LSU to their only touchdown of the day. That said, Randall is the key to LSU's running game. Not because he is a great passer, but because he is a running threat. Watch the running plays in the game... When Russell was in the game, Auburn had their outside guys crashing down on the run, with no concern for the bootleg. When Randall was in the game, the outside contain guys stayed outside to cover the boot. LSU's running backs get their best yardage on cutback runs. If the contain guys are crashing on the backside, the cutback run is not going to be there. Randall is also a better running threat. That QB draw was a good play today for LSU. I am disappointed to not see any kind of option run by LSU. It may not fit in with Saban and Fisher's style, but you have to adjust that style to the personel. If Russell is going to be the guy, then Fisher needs to make some adjustments on the offensive side of the ball. They have to stop running so many cutback plays. The young recievers are not good enough blockers to protect the backside from crashing corners and safeties. This means put Broussard in the game more. He was the only one who had success while Russell was in the game because he is not a cutback guy, he is a run down your throat, then punch you in it, guy. Also, off the subject but Saban, for god sake, find one of your linemen who kicked fieldgoals in H.S. (Alot of school use a big guy kicking straight toed) and let him kick the damn PAT.