When LSU was relying on both Jarrett Lee and Jordan Jefferson in the middle of the season, the Tigers had an edge over a lot of teams because they were operating with a rare two-quarterback system that worked well because of the different elements the two brought to the table. Now that situation has changed and Jeffersons struggles against Georgia in the SEC Championship Game have to be regarded as a step backward for a senior who should be past the inconsistency. Meanwhile, A.J. McCarron has maintained a steady season all along, throwing for 2,400 yards and blossoming since the last game with LSU with two of his more efficient games. In wins against Georgia Southern and Auburn, the sophomore is 32-of-42 (76.2) for 374 yards with 6 TDs and no interceptions only one sack. While Jefferson might be the most important quarterback on the field Monday, McCarron gives his team a better chance to win.
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