THE GOOD LSU won a classic trap game where they sleepwalked through the first half coming off two emotional SEC West victories. Fournette is Superman. 9.4 yards a carry. Career day. Harris averaged 19 yards a pass for 155 yards. Only 50% completed, but he threw a TD and had no interceptions. Steady but still a bit hesitant. White had a tremendous punt return. A 48-yard broken play. If Fournette can just learn the cutback move instead of lowering his shoulder downfield, he will turn more long runs into TD runs. Dupree made a fabulous over-the-shouder 42-yard reception. Four receptions and a TD. Three games--zero turnovers. THE BAD The defensive line got pushed around. The offensive line was not dominant, either. Special teams were dreadful in the first half. Average the rest of the game. Field position was poor. Pass protection was poor. Our quarterback got sacked three times. Teheuma just whiffed badly on one of them. The defensive backfield left men open all day. A walk-on quarterback was able to throw on them including a TD bomb with a safety out of position. Three second-half TD passes allowed. The team was just lethargic the whole game. A noon game, a strange field, a long trip, and the Tigers never really got untracked. Tolliver had a horrible day. He was flagged for pass interference, beaten deep and hurdled by a punter on the fake field goal. A lot of leg cramping again, why can't these players stay hydrated? Fournette did not need to be in the game on those last couple of drives. That 87-yard run called back took a lot out of him. We are deep at the position. Let him have a rest, he seemed tired. We need to find a kicker that can kick it out of the end zone. Three of 10 on third down won't cut it. THE UGLY 14 penalties for 120 yards. This is fixable and it better get fixed quickly. A touchdown and an interception taken away and it cost Fournette a 350-yard record-breaking game. Some calls were cheap, but most were stupid penalties.