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LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson (9) fumbles the ball in the BCS Championship Game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Monday, Jan. 9, 2012. (The Birmingham News/Mark Almond)
Jordan Jefferson decided to take to the airwaves and make it known that he felt the play calling is the reason for LSU’s loss in the Championship game. The Tigers suffered the first shutout, 21-0, in BCS title game history against Alabama on Jan. 9, 2012.
If you all remember, Jefferson was suspended for the first four games of the season because of the fight outside an off-campus bar that resulted in his arrest.
“I definitely didn’t expect for [the title game] to play like that,” Jefferson told WCNN on Thursday. “Alabama was a little bit more prepared than us. There was a lot of things that we should’ve did different to catch a rhythm on offense. To win a type of game like that, you’ve got to win all three phases — offense, defense and special teams — and we just didn’t get over that hump to winning ...
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LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson, who struggled mightily in the Tigers' loss to Alabama in the BCS Championship Game, took issue Thursday with the team's game plan against the Crimson Tide defense.
The senior, who threw for just 53 yards in the 21-0 loss Jan. 9, told Atlanta radio station WCNN he believes the coaches made a mistake by not implementing a more pass-heavy attack...
Former LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson joined WCNN in Atlanta with The Rude Awakening to talk about the BCS Championship game in which he played so poorly, but never once addressed his play. We all know that Jefferson issued a statement after the BCS game stating that he was “seeing the field clearly” and that he played well. In this interview, … Continue reading …
LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson believes the reason the Tigers suffered the first shutout in BCS title game history, losing to Alabama in a 21-0 rout on Jan. 9, is because of the offensive game plan.
LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson had a miserable showing in the National Championship Game against Alabama. The senior went 11/17 for 53 yards, no touchdowns and an interception. The team amassed just five first downs and fewer than 100 total yards in the 21-0 loss. There were cries for Jarrett Lee to replace Jefferson at quarterback.
So what does Jefferson think went wrong? He...
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