LSU's red zone offense has been a major issue, so it's not like this is something new. I do believe it will get fixed, as the season goes on.
LSUs first two possessions had questionable calls in the end zone. The second with Landry I'm convinced he would've caught. Mett made smart decisions and didn't try to force the ball. I believe we got 6 on every other one except for the one at the end of the half.
I believe in the second half we lined up in the goal line formation, Mett runs play action then rolls out to try to throw to the RB, who was covered, so he threw it away. There's a play the TE is gonna own. How many times have you seen the Saints run that play Brees to Graham? I was proud of Mett, not trying to force the ball. 3 is better than no points.
This post was edited on 9/2 at 6:45 am