Glenn Guilbeau and special guest Kevin Foote take an in-depth look at LSU's loss to Troy, that insane buyout, and we look back at some preseason predictions. That wasn't the only fight to go down in Gainesville, Florida that day.
After last week's sluggish performance against Troy, there was plenty of soul searching and meetings between Canada and coach Ed Orgeron about the direction of the offense. Even though LSU is a mess right now, I think the Tigers will come out focused and play inspired. "I like where we're at and last time we played on the road we played well". Finally, the Tigers had a chance to prove they aren't the team that got walloped by Mississippi State and pushed around by Troy.
Florida escaped Tiger Stadium with a 16-10 victory last November thanks to a goal-line stand in the final seconds.
It created a tense atmosphere and plenty of motivation for the Gators.
The Tigers relied more on the hurry-up offense and sent playmakers in motion before the snap.
With the Culp kick, the Tigers answered the Gators' first scoring drive of the game, which ended with UF, after a first-and-goal at the LSU 7, settling for a 25-yard field goal from Pineiro that made the score 7-3 with 4:01 left before halftime.
"I am proud of our leadership". I just can't see LSU hanging around with Auburn, so I'll take Auburn to win the battle of the Tigers in decisive fashion here, especially with the line being as low as it is. "Let's all get on the same page".
LSU's battered offensive line featured younger brothers playing for injured brothers.
Anytime your marching band has to issue an apology for its visit to hostile territory, you know it's Rivalry On. Freshman cornerback Marco Wilson got picked by a receiver. Obviously, we've had some really good games the last couple of weeks.
But Franks' fingerprints also were on numerous miscues in the passing game.
- Arkansas' game against Auburn on October 21 will begin at night, although the time and network have yet to be determined.
After the clock struck zero, LSU players sprinted toward an end zone and started doing the "Gator Chomp".
WR Tyrie Cleveland - starter: Replaced Callaway as No. 1 receiver, suffered high-ankle sprain in win over Vanderbilt. Cleveland leads the team in every receiving category, recording 15 catches, 326 yards and two touchdowns. It held Florida's offense to virtually nothing on its three possessions in the fourth quarter - nine yards in four plays and a punt, negative six yards in three plays and a punt and 21 yards in six plays and a failed fourth down.