What scares me is that LSU has not played near their potential yet. I am more confident than when the season began but I do believe that the tigers in death valley will be our toughest test this year. If you can beat them in that environment, you can beat anybody.
Offensively LSU has struggled, probably due to all the injuries on the OL. You just ran it down SC's throat. I don't think you can do that to Bama. I just hope LSU's offense doesn't find its form until after Nov 3rd.
There is a lot of win in that post sir. Losing Faulk was the worst thing that could have happened for our offense. Now that the new o-line has gelled somewhat after the UF loss it might get better. I am still interested in seeing how Vadal progresses as a player. LSU has been lucky on the left side of the line so far. limited Clowney and Lemontier to average games. I honestly do not know how LSU offense can recupe this year, as far as ball movement goes that is. To many dropped passes, poor receiver selection and poor passing have hindered LSU to a great extent.
LSU and aTm looks to be a fun game to watch. I guess that Chavis will use the front 4 to contain, pressure J3 from the strong side and force him to the left, if he tries to run. OFC Sumlin can use a 5 wide set with swope and that other guy and either force Chavis to rush from both ends or play man v man and pray J# doesn't get outside the pocket and gash the D.
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