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  1. Beazus Christ

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    LSU Tigers

    Week 1

    #7 LSU - 35
    Tulane - 0

    LSU wins the Battle for the Tiger Rag to kick off the 2010 season. Although LSU won the game by 5 scores, many in Tiger Nation are concerned about the play of LSU on both sides of the ball. On offense, the Tiger rushing attack never took off against an inferior Green Wave defense, as D-Lineman were consistently shedding blocks to hit Keiland Williams at the LOS. The passing game was very effective, but no one knows what this performance means as the Tulane secondary lacked the speed to compete with LSU's receivers. On the other side of the ball, the Tulane offense moved the ball efficiently all game long. QB Kemp hit on 80% of his passes against LSU. Luckily for the Tigers, the Green Wave had the worst kicker in all college football. Tulane's kicker missed 4 field goals in the game, 3 of which were inside the redzone. The charity stops next week as LSU travels to face #24 Georgia Tech.

    Stats - LSU

    QB Jordan Jefferson - 18/23 - 323 Yards - 2/1
    HB Keiland Williams - 15 Attempts - 58 Yards - 1 TD
    WR Toliver - 4 Receptions - 132 Yards - 1 TD
    DE Chase Clement - 13 Tackles - 7 TFL - 3 Sacks
    FS Craig Loston - 11 Tackles - 1 Sack
    FS Ron Brooks - 9 Tackles - 1 Interception
    SS Courtney Lambert - 11 Tackles - 1 Sack
    DE Pep Livingston - 82 Yard Fumble Recovery for TD
     
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    Week 2

    #7 LSU - 31
    #22 Georgia Tech - 10

    In week 2, LSU faced off against the running machine known as Georgia Tech. This game was won in the trenches, as LSU actually compiled more rushing yardage than the Yellow Jackets. Keiland Williams, who had a dismal performance against Tulane, played great, rushing for close to 150 yards. Jordan Jefferson also played a solid game, but threw 2 ill-advised passes in the redzone which were picked off by the opposing defense. On the other side of the ball, LSU did a good job of limiting the option. Although both Josh Nesbitt and Johnathan Dwyer ran for over 60 yards, neither accumulated the type of yardage one would expect in an option-oriented offense. The Tigers passed the first test of the year but now must travel to Austin to face a tough Texas squad.

    Stats - LSU

    QB Jordan Jefferson - 14/22 - 219 Yards - 2/2 (75 Yards Rushing - 2 TDs)
    HB Keiland Williams - 24 Attempts - 148 Yards
    WR Terrance Toliver - 3 Receptions - 78 Yards - 1 TD
    WR Chris Tolliver - 4 Receptions - 51 Yards
    FS Craig Loston - 7 Tackles - 1 Sack - 1 Interception
    SS Courtney Lambert - 6 Tackles - 1 Forced Fumble
    CB Patrick Peterson - 5 Tackles - 1 Fumble Recovery
     
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    Beazus, please remember to also include a blurb about each weeks score in the weekly scores thread on the main dynasty page.
     
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    Week 3

    #4 LSU - 22
    #9 Texas - 21

    LSU pulls out an improbable win on the road in week 3 against Texas. LSU jumped out to an early 14 point lead behind two defensive lapses by Texas which opened up big plays. After that, the Longhorn defense played lights out and the offense provided enough firepower to take the lead 21-14 in the third quarter. From there, both teams traded some punts before LSU mounted a potential game-tying score with 6 seconds in the game. Rather than play for OT, Coach Beazus rolled the dice and sent the offense back out on the field. QB Jefferson found TE Peterson threw the slimmest of windows on an out route for the game winning 2 point conversion. GG Texas - you deserved the win.

    Stats - LSU

    QB Jordan Jefferson - 18/34 - 327 Yards - 1/2
    HB Mike Ford - 12 Attempts - 34 Yards - 1 TD
    TE DeAngelo Peterson - 105 Yards
    WR Tim Molton - 6 Receptions - 53 Yards - 1 TD
    OLB Kelvin Sheppard - 11 Tackles - 1 Interception
    SS Stefoin Francois - 1 sack

    Texas - Stats

    QB Sherrod Harris - 15/30 - 222 Yards - 2/1
    HB Fozzy Whittaker - 22 Attempts - 84 Yards - 1 TD
    WR Malcolm Williams - 6 Receptions - 76 Yards
    SS Blake Gideon - 6 Tackles - 1 Sack
    SS Christian Scott - 2 Interceptions
     
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    Week 4

    #2 LSU - 31
    Tennessee - 3

    LSU walks away with a convincing win in its home opener against SEC foe Tennessee. The story of this game was the LSU defense, as it forced 5 Tennessee interceptions and held the Volunteers to 3 points. The Tiger defense also did an admirable job of containing HB Bryce Brown, who was held under 60 yards on the afternoon. The Tiger offense was led by the steady play of QB Jordan Jefferson, who completed 21/26 passes to nine different receivers. On the ground, Mike Ford, filling in for the injured Keiland Williams, was contained all day save for one 59-yard rush were he found the cutback lane and took it to the house. Next up, the Tigers host Mississippi State.

    Stats - LSU

    QB Jordan Jefferson - 21/27 - 220 Yards - 1/0
    HB Mike Ford - 18 Attempts - 114 Yards - 1 TD
    FB Stevan Ridley - 9 Attempts - 23 Yards - 1 TD (1 Reception - 4 Yards - 1 TD)
    WR Tim Molton - 4 Receptions - 74 Yards
    FS Craig Loston - 10 Tackles - 1 Interception
    OLB Kelvin Sheppard - 7 Tackles - 1 Interception
    MLB Mike Minter - 6 Tackles - 1 Interception
    DE Pep Livingston - 4 Tackles - 1 Sack

    Stats - Tennessee

    QB Nick Stephens - 13/25 - 160 Yards - 0/5
    HB Bryce Brown - 16 Attempts - 56 Yards
    WR Gerald Jones - 2 Receptions - 42 Yards
    WR Denarius Moore - 4 Receptions - 37 Yards
    DE Gerald Williams - 6 Tackles - 1 Sack
     
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    Week 5

    #2 LSU - 44
    Mississippi State - 0

    The Tigers shut down the visiting Bulldogs in this SEC West match up. The LSU defense shined today, limiting MSU's look downfield and pressuring the QB non-stop. DE Chase Clement led LSU with 9 tackles, 3 sacks, and 1 forced fumble. On offense, Jordan Jefferson contributed on the ground and through the air- throwing 2 TDs and running for another. Next week, LSU travels to Vandy.

    Stats-LSU

    QB Jordan Jefferson - 18/25 - 228 Yards - 2/0 (78 Yards Rushing - 1 TD)
    HB Mike Ford - 19 Attempts - 84 Yards - 2 TDs
    WR Tim Molton - 5 Receptions - 56 Yards - 1 TD
    WR Terrance Tolliver - 3 Receptions - 61 Yards
    DE Chase Clement - 9 Tackles - 3 Sacks - 1 Forced Fumble
    DE Pep Livingston - 5 Tackles - 1 Sack - 1 Forced Fumble
    DT Drake Nevis - 3 Tackles - 1 Fumble Recovery
     
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    Week 6

    #3 LSU- 63
    Vandy- 17

    LSU starts off slow but leaves Vandy with a big margin of victory. Up 14-10 with under 2 minutes in the second quarter, QB Jefferson found WR Toliver on a go route for an 81-yard TD. The following LSU possession at the start of the 3rd quarter was returned for a TD and LSU never looked back. QB Jordan Jefferson received Player of the Game honors, passing for 350+ with 4 TDs while adding 2 more on the ground. Next week, LSU travels to Gainesville for a game against Florida.

    Stats - LSU
    QB Jordan Jefferson-18/26-364 Yards-4/1 (2 TDs Rushing)
    HB Mike Ford-17 Attempts-104 Yards
    TE DeAngelo Peterson-7 Receptions-121 Yards-1TD
    WR Terrance Toliver-3 Receptions - 132 Yards - 2 TDs
    OLB Kelvin Sheppard - 8 Tackles - 1 Sack
    DE Chase Clement - 7 Tackles - 2 Sacks
    FS Karnell Hatcher - 1 Interception
     
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    Week 7

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    Week 8

    #7 LSU - 27
    #14 Auburn - 21

    LSU hangs on for dear life but defeats Auburn on the road. The LSU offense started off hot and put up 10 points on their first two drives. On the ensuing kickoff, Auburn fumbled the ball, which was recovered by LSU for a scoop and score. Down 17-0, Auburn would march down the field and score, only to have LSU respond. In the fourth quarter, Auburn mounted a furious comeback and pulled to within 6 points with under 2 minutes left. Within a score (but with no timeouts), Auburn attempted an onside kick but it was recovered by the LSU Tigers, who ran out the clock and left this hostile environment with a win. With those 2 tough away games (Florida, Auburn) out of the way, LSU will now focus on defending their home turf against Louisville.

    Stats - LSU

    QB Jordan Jefferson - 24/31 - 320 Yards - 0/0 (1 TD Rushing)
    HB Mike Ford - 16 Attempts - 62 Yards (72 Yards Receiving)
    WR Tim Molton - 9 Receptions - 81 Yards
    DE Chase Clement - 4 Tackles - 1 Sack
    SS Stefoin Francois - 1 Interception
    DT Akiem Hicks - 1 Fumble Recovery

    Stats - Auburn

    QB Kodi Burns - 14/20 - 264 Yards - 2/1
    HB Onterio McCalebb - 12 Attempts - 58 Yards
    WR Terrell Zachery - 4 Receptions - 68 Yards - 1 TD
    Auburn Defense - 5 Total Sacks
     
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    Week 9

    #8 LSU - 62
    Louisville - 7

    LSU wins big at home against an inferior opponent. HB Mike Ford, filling in for the starting HB, ran for over 100 yards and had over 100 yards receiving. The defense played really well, limiting Louisville's looks down field and applying the pressure when needed. Louisville scored late on a long TD run with the second stringers in but other than that, had no offense to speak of. LSU gets a bye week before hosting Alabama at home in week 11.

    Stats - LSU

    QB Jordan Jefferson - 17/30 - 311 Yards - 4/1 (78 Yards Rushing - 1 TD)
    HB Mike Ford - 19 Attempts - 167 Yards - 2 TDs (134 Yards Receiving - 1 TD)
    WR Tim Molton - 6 Receptions - 100 Yards - 3 TDs
    MLB Kevin Minter - 13 Tackles - 1 Interception
    DE Chase Clement - 6 Tackles - 3 Sacks
    DT Akiem Hicks - 5 Tackles - 2 Sacks
    SS Courtney Lambert - 1 Interception
     
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    Week 13

    Battle For The Golden Boot

    #5 LSU - 45
    Arkansas - 14

    LSU ends its regular season schedule with a win on the road against rival Arkansas. QB Jordan Jefferson and HB Keiland Williams led the steady Tiger offensive attack. Jefferson was on his way to yet another great game before having to leave the game early in the 3rd quarter with an injury. LSU's team doctor opined that the injury isnt very serious and he should be back in time for the SEC Conference Championship. On the defensive side of the ball, the Tigers gave up two early TDs, but stiffened up from the second quarter on and played a solid game overall.

    The Tigers have 2 weeks off before playing in the SEC Championship against Florida. The Tigers will be looking to avenge their only loss of the season and get back into the national title picture.

    Stats - LSU

    QB Jordan Jefferson - 18/29 - 236 Yards - 3/0 (2 TDs Rushing)
    HB Keiland Williams - 20 Attempts - 102 Yards (69 Yards Receiving - 1 TD)
    WR Tim Molton - 5 Receptions - 82 Yards
    MLB Kevin Minter - 10 Tackles
    DE Pep Livingston - 8 Tackles - 2 Sacks
    OLB Kelvin Sheppard - 5 Tackles - 1 Sack
     

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