Re: SEC Football Discussion Thread
Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine
Oregon traveled halfway across the country and scored 27 points on LSU's defense despite turning the ball over FOUR times.
West Virginia threw for 463 yards against LSU and had 533 total yards, and like Oregon, they turned the ball over four times.
LSU has had trouble against great offenses outside the SEC this season.
Your implication seems to be that the LSU defense is overrated.
LSU held Oregon to just 335 total yards and under 100 rushing. Under whose defintion, is that "proving they could move the ball on LSU"? Oregon is averaging 511 total yards/game and 298/g rushing. LSU only beat the then #3 team in the country by 13 but it wasn't really that close. LSU did not have trouble with Oregon's offense.
Concerning the road game against WVU, Geno did pass for a ton of yards in a 26 point loss, but LSU essentially controlled that game.
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Last edited by jojo; 11-07-2011 at 01:27 PM.