Posted September 16, 2012 on
DESPITE BEING DOWN TO THE NO.3 LSU TIGERS AT HALFTIME BY A SLIM 28-14 MARGIN, the Vandals could not keep up in the second half as the Tigers rolled to a 63-14 victory. Idaho had its highlights, including an electrifying 94-yard interception return by safety GARY WALKER to start the second quarter, which led to a Blackman-to-LaGrone TD that cut LSU's lead to 14-7. But the Tigers were too much.
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At this point, it looks like the toughest team unbeaten LSU has faced this season is its second team in practice.
A 63-14 blowout of Idaho on Saturday, which helped the Tigers climb to No. 2 in the AP poll, served as the latest reminder that LSU's sideline is loaded with exceptional players waiting for their chance to shine.
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LSU's game against Idaho resembled their first game against North Texas. The Tigers came firing out of the gates and jumped to a 14-0 lead. Then, the team seemed to take the foot off the gas a bit and lost some focus. Idaho responded with an interception near their goal line and turned it into a touchdown. They also had a nice touchdown...
From Dominique Blackman's two scoring passes to Gary Walker's 94-yard interception return, the winless Idaho Vandals did enough to illicit some anxious groans from the fans in Tiger Stadium.
If only that was anywhere near enough against No. 3 LSU.
The Tigers returned two interceptions for scores and pulled away in the second half for a 63-14 victory over the winless Vandals...