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  1. bdub

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    LSU 13 Houston 10

    The Tigers got off to a slow start in their first game of the new season.

    Houston jumped out to a 10 point lead in the first quarter but LSU quickly struck back in the 2nd quarter tying the game at 10 going into halftime. Coach Dub really let the guys have it at halftime in an attempt to wake them up and get them playing better.

    It seemed to help the defense as they were able to shut out Houston in the 2nd half turning in a strong performance. On the offensive side of the ball LSU was able to get another field goal in the 3rd to finish out the game and get the win.

    The Tigers will have to do much better on offense if they hope to win games this season.

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    FB Nate Sherman had a strong game taking the ball 29 times for 98 yards and a TD


    LSU faces another test in week 2 as a strong Washington State team will make their first ever visit to Death Valley.
     
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    LSU 31 Washington St 14

    LSU gets a big win and the SEC continues their winning ways against PAC 12 opponents.

    Freshman QB Titus Singletary made his first ever start and had a solid outing.

    Unlike their last game LSU got off to a quick start scoring a TD on their first position while holding Washington St scoreless until 1:32 left in the 2nd qrtr when Washington State scored on a 47 yard screen play to tie the game up at 7. Then with 15 sec left in the 2nd qrtr CB LaShawn Parker took an INT 48 yards to the house to put LSU up 14 to 7 going into the half.

    The 3rd quarter was uneventful as both offenses struggled to move the ball until LSU was able to move the ball enough to hit a 43 yard Field Goal with 2:45 left in the 3rd quarter. In the very next position Washington State was able to score a 60 yard TD to bring them within 3 points.

    The 4th quarter saw LSU finally get their offense in gear as QB Titus Singletary took an option keeper 87 yards for a TD with 5:40 left to go in the game. Then with 1:18 left in the game HB Evan Sullivan iced the game with a 14 yard TD.

    Key Stats

    QB Titus Singletary was 5 for 15 with 2 INTS and 1 TD, he also rushed for 128 yards and 1 TD on 10 attempts.

    HB Evan Sullivan rushed for 69 yards and 1 TD on 14 attempts

    On the defensive side the Tigers forced 3 interceptions, 1 fumble and 4 sacks in a dominating performance.

    LSU has a bye in week 3 before going up against rival Tulane in week 4.
     
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    You to man, your going to be a force in the PAC.
     
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    Not Ready for the Option
    LSU runs over the Gators in Baton Rouge

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    LSU's Titus Singletary ran the ball on the first two offensive snaps for the Tigers, and he scored on both plays - a 77 yard option keeper, and a 76 yard option keeper. The Gators kept up early thanks to a great start by QB Nick Walker, who couldn't miss in the first quarter. Florida sustained long drives early to go up 7-0 and then 10-7, but after Singletary's second score, the Gators seemed demoralized, and they didn't mount much of a challenge after that. Once the Tiger D-Line got to Walker a couple of times, he wasn't the same, and the Gators spent most of the rest of the game behind the chains.

    Good win for the Tigers in Dude's first ever sub performance. Was fun to play an unfamiliar squad for a game.
     
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    LSU made a statement this week, going on the road and winning in Knoxville, and in convincing fashion. While the offense sputtered early, the defense was outstanding on both sides, and LSU could manage only two field goals by halftime. It took a big play on special teams to kick start things for LSU - Jared Jackson took a third quarter punt back 68 yards for a score, putting the Tigers up 20-0 and effectively sealing the win. The Vols managed a touchdown soon after, but everyone knew they weren't going to get past the smothering Tiger defense for more than that. Titus Singletary capped off the scoring with a late TD run, and the Dude can officially call his stint as a sub coach a successful one. Good luck the rest of the Way bdub. This might be your year.
     
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    Dude, thanks a ton for playing my games for me and most importantly winning my games ;) I should let you play all of my games and I might have a chance at actually getting somewhere with my team.
     
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    LSU 23 Miss St 22
    LSU gets a tough grind it out win and escapes Mississippi.​
    If Coach Dubs return motivated his team you wouldn't have known by his teams play in the first quarter as the Tigers got off to a horrible start as their defense looked like they couldn't have stopped a High School team, letting a not very good MSU offense score a quick 7 points and come very close to scoring again all in the 1st quarter. Meanwhile the Tiger offense was no better going 4 and out on their first 2 drives.​
    However, in the 2nd quarter the Tigers seems to get going as LSU quicklyscored 16 points. First Kicker Terry Robinson kicked a 42 yard field goal that was followed up a game changing 74 yard TD run from the Young Freshman Stud QB Titus Singletary. The quarter was capped off by a nice 14 yard pass to Nate Sherman with 57 seconds left. Meanwhile the LSU defense clamped down only allowing MSU one TD.​
    The 2nd half was a defensive slug fest and only MSU scored in the 3rd quarter on a beautiful 69 yard TD pass to WR Jacob Pearson and thing going for 2 and converting to put MSU up by 6.​
    The defenses didnt let up in the 4th quarter but the Tigers managed to finally break through on a 1 yard TD keeper by QB Titus Singletary to finish the game out and get the Tigers their 6th win of the season.​
     

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