LSU 2014 CPU Game Summaries Week 1: LSU 44 @TCU 14 The Michael Clark era kicked off in Cowtown this year against TCU, with the TIgers featuring a new offensive scheme and plenty of new faces. None more eagerly awaited than that of Jayson Bailey, the true freshman speedster out of California who would get the starting nod in week 1. He didn't dissapoint, going for 100+ yards on 19 carries and showing that he is a dynamic weapon that LSU badly needs this year with the departure of Shepard and Randle. LSU controlled the game from the start. A stifling defense led by Senior OLB Brigham Shaw controlled the TCU offense early and forced them into mistakes that led to points. The defense would score 3 times on the day and shut out TCU until late in the 4th qtr. It was a dominating opening week performance. Clark, starting his first game under center, looked a bit nervous and had a mediocre day. He through 2 picks, one of which was bad, the other was a tipped ball... but he just never looked completely comfortable. He did enough to win the game and move the team when he had too, and the coaching staff was pleased with his leadership. LSU will welcome in Tulane in week 2 before locking horns with the hated "War Eagle" early this season in week 3.