Steve Spurrier puzzled by LSU’s yearly offensive struggles
Head Ball Coach thinks Tigers should be more explosive with as many weapons as they have.
“Why can LSU not get it right on offense? Every year, they have as much talent as anybody in the SEC, and that’s including Alabama,” Spurrier said
Grades are in for LSU's 16-14 face plant vs. Wisconsin
LSU Tigers running back Leonard Fournette (7) runs for yardage against the Wisconsin Badgers during second half action at Lambeau Field in Green Bay on Saturday, September 3, 2016. (Photo by Brett Duke, Nola.com | The Times-Picayune)
By Jim Kleinpeter, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
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on September 04, 2016 at 6:14 PM,
Go ahead and say to yourself, "It only counts as one loss." But LSU did no less than a face plant on national TV, in the cathedral of NFL Stadiums and hope riding the stratosphere with Saturday's 16-14 loss to Wisconsin at Lambeau Field.
LSU fans probably could have lived with a loss if the Tigers had shown some competence -- or even life -- on offense. If not for some big defensive plays in the third quarter, LSU might still be looking for its first points of the season when Jacksonville State comes in for the home opener