In the last 3 games of the yr on 1st they ran the ball 58% of the time and passed it 57% of the time on 2nd.
On 3rd down in those last 3 games, LSU passed the ball bout 70% of the time.
The passing game began to mature in the last 3rd of the season...all I'm saying.
Well, when you run the pitch dive on first into the back of the guard for short gain and overthrow on 2nd, you are consistantly in 3rd and long. Hard to pick those up with high rate of success. I'd rather see a short pass on 1st that can be completed with some consistency (maybe a tight end curl, wr short out route, that wr bubble screen, etc) and pick up a few, then pound Hill/Hillard/Blue/whoever on second. I know we did it this year, but not with much success. Problem is we have no consistency.
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