Found September 09, 2012 on Saturday Night Slant:
Kevin Minter Well now, that feels better doesn't it?   A week ago, we saw a ho-hum performance  against North Texas where LSU's team looked like it was merely going through the motions for the majority of the game.  We were left with a lot of questions and even a few concerns.   The season ending injury to Chris Faulk during the week only added to those concerns.   But as expected, LSU ramped up the intensity against Washington and in doing so, they answered a lot of those questions and eased some concerns.  It wasn't perfect by any means, but it was an absolutely dominating performance.  And it was noteworthy.  The defense was suffocating, and the offense balanced a devastating run game with some very effective passing.  As always, here are some thoughts: One concern after North Texas was LSU's ability to protect the quarterback.  They did much, much better this week.  In fact, it was very good.   Mettenberger was not sacked or hurried once, and the only t...

Tyrann Mathieu spotted in crowd at LSU game

LSU dismissed its starting corner back, Tyrann Mathieu, from its football team on August 10th, for a violation of team and school rules. Mathieu then enrolled in a Houston rehab center in lieu of transferring to another school. Mathieu was not kicked out of LSU and has since re-enrolled at the school. The Honey Badger was spotted in class a few days ago and then at LSU’s game...

Heisman Hopefuls 2012 – After Week 1

  With week 1 out of the way, it’s time to readdress the Heisman race and find out who’s hot and who’s definitely not. Tyrann Mathieu is obviously history thanks to getting dismissed from LSU, while Michigan’s Denard Robinson will have too steep an uphill battle after a howler against champs Alabama. I’ll run through my original list - Heisman Hopefuls – and separate...

No. 3 LSU makes early impression with lopsided win

After watching No. 3 LSU wallop his Huskies by 38 points, Washington coach Steve Sarkisian lamented that the ''complexion'' of the game could have been different if his team hadn't narrowly missed some early opportunities. Meanwhile, LSU's Les Miles was outside the home locker room, citing a handful of dropped passes - one in the end zone - and dropped interception...

LSU running back Spencer Ware runs over Washington’s Trey Watson

The LSU Tigers are currently up 34-3 in the 3rd quarter and it doesn’t appear they are slowing down. Running back Spencer Ware has had a great game after being a no-show last week due to a thigh injury.

Washington gets run over by LSU

(Baton Rouge, LA) - Alfred Blue's explosive runs were too tough for Washington to handle and the rest of LSU's running backs made it a really long night for the overmatched Huskies. Blue rushed for 101 yards, including a 21-yard score, and No. 3 LSU racked up 242 yards on the ground in a 41-3 victory over Washington on Saturday night.

Washington Huskies vs. LSU Tigers Week 2 highlights

Dawgs vs Tigers Recap Did you miss the Huskies vs. Tigers Week 2 football game Saturday? We’ve got the highlights for you. © NWSports "Q" for North West Sports Beat, 2012. | Permalink | No comment | Follow NWSB on Twitter or join US on Facebook for real-time updates OR... | Share This on Twitter | Share on Facebook Post tags: highlights...
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