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Tuesday, November 02, 2010

On to Alabama

This should be an interesting week for LSU.

If you judge off of the past -- and really that's all we can do -- then Alabama has looked vulnerable on the road in the SEC this year at times. The Crimson Tide trailed Arkansas in the fourth quarter before eventually winning. And the Tide lost by two touchdowns at South Carolina. (I don't really count Tennessee because the Vols' M.O. at home is to play tough then fold.)

So for argument's sake, let's say Alabama is vulnerable.

Then this becomes the question: Does LSU have enough offense to win the game?

Once again, judging by the past the answer is No. This is a team that struggles to get to 28 points. They won't have to get to 28 to win on Saturday, but they'll certainly need to get to 21 and I just don't see that happening without a defensive or special teams score.

What say you?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

No,this LSU offense, is not very good.
Les Miles, went into Bama stadium, in 2007 with a very superior talented team..And LSU, just did win.
I do not have any faith, in this LSU team, coached by Miles.
LSU will lose again.

11:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes,you have the Les Miles LSU tigers number..A slightly better offense, then last year,that is still not good enough.
Three years of nothing but offense frustration, and sorrow,and Les Miles talking, or telling lies.

9:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree. The offense will not score enough points to beat Alabama. LSU will need a TD by the defense and/or the special teams. Ditto for the Arkansas game ... and maybe for Ole Miss.

12:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Alabama plays a good game, LSU will look worst, then Ole Miss,because Ole Miss has a pretty good offense..LSU does not.
Les Miles does have good luck so far...Saban might be the long knife, in Les Miles fading coaching career.
No surprise!!

2:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So Cam Newton was shopping for cash..
And Miss State said no.
This make Auburn football program look bad,and LSU program look clean..
Dirty, or clean,what program would you chose?
LSU,or Auburn,it will take time to put Auburn, in jail,if the school is dirty.We know, that our LSU school is clean.The wrong way to the championship,matters...I still like Les Miles.

12:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about an apology to the LSU Football team and Les Miles, Bayou Bengals Bloggers?

6:23 PM  

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