LSU vs AU, First Half Analysis

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  1. ramah

    ramah Founding Member

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    Total Offense
    Auburn 150 yds tot off - LSU 110 ... LSU yards per pass att = 2.7 :dis:

    Much of AU's production was 69 yards rushing, something LSU can survive.
    Most of AU's production was 84 yards passing ... with 2 big plays (25+yds)
    You can bet they'll try more the second half. LSU has failed to make completions longer than 11 yards. :dis: LSU needs to hit the long ball in the second half, because AU will eventually open it up and score.

    Penalties
    Auburn 3/20 - LSU 3/15 ... almost all were on the last possession :thumb:

    Turnovers
    Both with zero turnovers ... just an amazing turnaround :thumb:

    LSU's one TD by a 65-yd Sky Green return may be enough to win. That missed FG didn't help LSU any. AU punting was 5 yards a clip better than LSU's and they put us "in the hole" ... inside the 20 twice. We failed to trap them deep so far.

    How important are coaching adjustments now?

    If you're Tubby, how do you break the vice around your neck?

    If you're LSU, how do you get consistent drives going?
    Addai, Addai, Addai :dis:
     
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    CalcoTiger Live Long and Prosper IVI

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    They are scared of Addai. Play action passes should be working.

    JR just looks lost and confused. They have him thinking too much.
     
  3. ramah

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    They're not scared of Addai ... they hope we keep running on first and second down all night. they'll give up 120 to addai.
     
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    CalcoTiger Live Long and Prosper IVI

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    Why are we using a timeout on defense on 3rd and 17. Damn it.

    We cant even stay onside on defense. What is that the third time offsides.

    Our guys are getting tired and they are gonna have to win it. Our offense has taken the month off.
     
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    This game has proven one thing to me ... Russell, although talented and playing mistake-free ball (no turnovers) is not the man. He just doesn't have the instincts, field vision and grasp of the offensive systems used.

    LSU cannot develop RP quick enough. We need a QB that keeps drives alive, because 25% on 3rd down efficiency sucks the big one.
     
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    The final analysis ... Victory

    1) LSU's LUCK

    2) LSU's STUBBORN REFUSAL TO GIVE UP A SINGLE TURNOVER

    3) CHRIS JACKSON'S LEG

    4) AU's supposed great special teams play wilted.
     
  7. CalcoTiger

    CalcoTiger Live Long and Prosper IVI

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    I am not saying replace JR as starting QB so dont anyone take it that way but i think it would be a good idea to get Flynn in for a series in each game.

    Maybe North Texas and Appla. St our backups can see some time hopefully.

    Miles said something about JR injury and him having it bother him during the game. Do we start Flynn against North Texas just to rest JR.
     
  8. Dutchtown tiger

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    I think we can beat N. Texas with guys that play on the parade ground. The starters need to rest big in one of these games.
     

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