Found April 02, 2012 on Saturday Night Slant:
Jarvis Landry makes a great catch Zach Mettenberger and the LSU offense put on an impressive display during Saturday's spring game in front of approximately 33,000 fans and a host of big time recruits.  Tiger fans were refreshed to see some competency and big plays out of the passing game, something that was mostly lacking for the last four years.  Rather than just review the spring game, I thought we'd recap the entire spring.  Back in my spring previews, I proposed a few key questions for each position group.  I thought I'd revisit those and see if spring helped us answer any of them.  QB1.)  Can Zach Mettenberger develop as a leader and earn the coaches' trust?Mettenberger absolutely took on a leadership role this spring, and it showed.  It appears that he has really matured and has taken ownership of this offense.  LSU has plenty of leaders along the offensive line, but Mett seems to be a guy that the skill players look up to, and that's a good t...
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