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Old 12-14-2011, 01:50 PM
 
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True enough, but the LSU defense that played against WVU was a hell of a lot stingier by the end of the season. LSU had become an interception machine by that point. If i thought OSU could run the ball effectively against the Tigers, i'd be more convinced, but i can't see it. They'd have to throw the hell out of the ball. I think Claiborne, Mathieu, Taylor and Reid would give Weedon all he can handle.

But hey..it's all conjecture because of this stupid ass BCS we have. I wish like hell that OSU would've gotten the nod instead of Bama.
Yeah but as great as the LSU secondary and defense was, if the Georgia receivers would have hanged onto the ball, they would have been up 24-0 on that team which would have given them total confidence to finish that game alot better than they actually did. I would think OSU, who has a better offense than Georgia, would have had some success against LSU.
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Old 12-14-2011, 11:00 PM
 
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Yeah but as great as the LSU secondary and defense was, if the Georgia receivers would have hanged onto the ball, they would have been up 24-0 on that team which would have given them total confidence to finish that game alot better than they actually did. I would think OSU, who has a better offense than Georgia, would have had some success against LSU.
True, but LSU does have a habit of starting off slow, and that's not good. But eventually, they find their groove and lock the opposing offenses down while scoring a boatload of points themselves.

The UGA game was a homegame for them, so i expected them to come out strong in the first half. But even when UGA was on a roll, i never thought that they would win that game.

The BCS NC game is a homegame for LSU...I can't see them losing there against anybody. But hey, we'll see.
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