LSU Tigers focused on improvement
The numbers and the film from LSU’s season-opening victory against North Texas last Saturday tell two different stories.
Numbers such as the 41-14 final score, the 508 yards the Tigers gained, the 219 they held the Mean Green to, the two 100-yard rushers and a 72-yard punt return for a touchdown suggest a very efficient performance.
But the film shows the reality of a lot of stuff that needs to get fixed before a more challenging opponent (Washington) enters Tiger Stadium on Saturday night.
“When you put the film on and start breaking it down, the stats don’t add up in your head,” offensive lineman Josh Dworaczyk said Tuesday.
So the Tigers are well into their second game week trying to get better in a variety of areas.
“We can’t let the mistakes that happened last week carry over into this week,” said safety Eric Reid, who had the misfortune of being responsible for the most glaring mistake.
LSU Tigers focused on improvement | Sports | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
Re: LSU Tigers focused on improvement
Man if they could put together a complete game, watch out
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