Found December 03, 2011 on
Larry Brown Sports:
LSU’s offense hardly showed up in the first half of the SEC Championship Game against Georgia Saturday. They went three-and-out seven times. They only had 12 yards on 11 plays. They had no first downs. With the offense stagnant, luckily the Honey Badger made a play. Tyrann Mathieu, who is unstoppable on synthetic turf, returned [...]
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Championship weekend was spectacular…if you like lots of scoring. And, if you don’t, you’ll probably get your wish when LSU and Alabama meet in the BCS title game on January 9, 2012. But this weekend showcased some great football…HUGE upset in C-USA, as previously undefeated Houston was crushed by Southern Mississippi…and favored teams not covering the spread, but doing...
LSU’s only first half highlight should never have been
Letting go of the football before crossing the line is a no-no. Except for honey badgers. Pic via @willbrinson
LSU’s offense was struggling in the first half of the SEC championship game against Georgia, that’s for sure. But leave it to Tyrann Matthieu to come through on special teams to give the Tigers some life.
ATLANTA (AP) -- Tyrann Mathieu returned a punt 62 yards for a touchdown and set up two other scores with a fumble recovery and another dazzling return, leading No. 1 LSU to a 42-10 rout of No. 12 Georgia in the Southeastern Conference championship game Saturday.
The Tigers (13-0) locked up a spot in the Jan. 9 BCS title game in New Orleans, a trip they might've gotten even with...
A Taste of Honey.
Tyrann Mathieu rallys LSU to defeat Gerogia in the SEC championship game in a 42-10. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Oklahoma State soundly defeats Oklahoma 44-10, making its case to leapfrog over Alabama to compete against LSU for the BCS title. (Rivals.com)
The Airing of Grievances.
Dawg Sports' Vineyarddawg gives his of list of whom...
LSU slogged its way through a brutal first half. The nation's top-ranked team had only 12 yards and not even a single first down. The "Honey Badger" didn't care. He just took what he wanted -- a trip to the national championship game. Tyrann Mathieu turned in an MVP performance when the Tigers needed him most, running back a punt 62 yards for a touchdown, setting...
BATON ROUGE -- LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu was named the Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Year by the Associated Press, it was announced Monday.
However, minutes later, CBS replays showed Tyrann Mathieu flipping the ball to the referee before breaking the endzone plane. How careless. Nevertheless the play stands and LSU cut the deficit to three going into the half. More »
While Tyrann Mathieu's punt return for a touchdown in the first half — LSU's first score of the game — didn't really make a difference in the final result of the SEC Championship against Georgia, it's still a cautionary tale.
Right before Mathieu crossed the goal line of a fantastic 62-yard punt return for a score, he flipped the ball to an official and proceeded...
Charles Woodson. If you're a young person, you just know him as a ball hawk, currently playing for the defending Super Bowl champs, Green Bay Packers. He is the only person to date to currently win the Heisman as primarily a defensive player. Could there be another?Before the season started, most college football experts had penned Andrew Luck, Trent Richardson, or Landry Jones...
ATLANTA (AP) -- Alabama running back Trent Richardson is a unanimous choice for offensive player of the year, while LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu has been named the top defensive player on The Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference team.
Wisconsin's Montee Ball, Baylor's Robert Griffin III, Stanford's Andrew Luck, LSU's Tyrann Mathieu and Alabama's Trent Richardson are the 2011 Heisman Trophy finalists.