Found November 14, 2012 on Saturday Night Slant:
Three weeks ago, LSU’s offense essentially resembled the same unit that had taken the field under Les Miles since 2009. That is, a strong rushing attack with a passing game who’s calling card was its ability to ruin a sound offensive gameplan. Zach Mettenberger’s quarterback rating in the month of October was 85.01 and he averaged 134 passing yards a game, while throwing a single touchdown against two interceptions. To put it in perspective, the two-headed disaster that was Jordan Jefferson & Jarrett Lee had not even put up such horrible numbers during their tenure as Tiger quarterbacks.*   *I’m totally lying. They were awful. The past two weeks, though, have shown an entirely different side to the LSU offense as it has totally come into itself and shown the true capabilities of an offense with a quarterback trusted by the coaching staff. Les Miles has not trusted a quarterback with the game in his hands since Matt Flynn took his abilities to the National F...
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