LSU rushing offense
The LSU rushing attack got off to
kind of a sluggish start versus the Ragin' Cajuns in the season opener. However,
that may have to do with the fact ULL opened the game by putting eight to nine
men in the box, fully committed to stopping LSU's ground game. Justin Vincent
got the start, but gave way to Alley Broussard after a sluggish beginning.
Broussard didn't play until the second half, but looked impressive in running
hard and over defenders.
LSU passing offense
The Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin'
Cajuns ranked seventh in the nation last year running the ball and Tyrell Fenroy
is the Sun Belt Conference's top running back. Still, ULL managed just 113 yards
on the ground against the Tiger defense.
Like last week, there aren't many
phases of the game where the opponent is going to be better than the Tigers. But
considering the Wildcats are from the pass-happy Pac-10, one would have to think
they can throw the ball around pretty well. And they can. With quarterback
Willie Tuitama at the helm and a talented cast of wideouts,
LSU special teams
Special teams are an important
phase of the game, especially when you are playing a top flight opponent. Only
problem is, the Wildcats aren't exactly top flight. At any rate, the Tigers made
too many blunders on special teams last week including two muffed punts and
A member of the LSU student media
asked LSU coach les Miles before the ULL game if his team might be caught
looking past the Tigers' two, tune-up games against the Cajuns and