Found December 03, 2011 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Tyrann Mathieu
TEAMS: LSU Tigers
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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