Defensive Reaction: Secondary Suspect in LSU Win over South Carolina

TSD publisher Ben Love gives the good and bad defensively, as well as two injury updates, from LSU after Tigers' 45-24 win against South Carolina.

The LSU defense wasn't at its best Saturday, particularly in the secondary, but coordinator Kevin Steele's unit did enough to help the Tigers get to victory lane with a 45-24 triumph over South Carolina.

Steve Spurrier's Gamecocks did throw for 209 yards, including two long catch-and-run scores in the second half, giving defensive backs coach Corey Raymond plenty to work on this week with his back four or five, which again didn't include injured senior Jalen Mills.

On the plus side South Carolina rushed for a measly 74 yards and the Tigers totaled four tackles for loss and a sack via junior defensive end Lewis Neal, who leads LSU with four sacks on the campaign.

Watch the video above for even more of a postgame take on LSU's defense from TSD.


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