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ESPN College Football analyst Kirk Herbstreit witnessed LSU's 42-28 win over Florida up close and personal last weekend and picked the Tigers as one of his top performing teams of Week 7.

Herbstreit also picked the wide receiver duo of Ja'Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson as one of his top performing players.


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I fricking hate twitter.
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UGA handed SC that win, LSU took the win from Florida. Herbstreit is delusional and just a hater. He made that list to say look at LSU number 2..... I disagree and as Tiger fans don’t feed into the Herbstreit bandwagon hype.
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Love to see that people on this site worship Herbstreit more than they love their Tigers......keep them downvotes coming if you like to STHD.....the H stands for Herbstreit.
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1st Downs 16 30 3rd down efficiency 5-18 9-18 4th down efficiency 1-1 0-1 Total Yards 297 468 Passing 155 295 Comp-Att 21-32 28-52 Yards per pass 4.8 5.7 Interceptions thrown 0 3 Rushing 142 173 Rushing Attempts 36 43 Yards per rush 3.9 4.0 Penalties 11-68 6-60 Turnovers 0 4 Fumbles lost 0 1 Interceptions thrown 0 3 Possession 23:56 36:04 So how did UGA not hand away this game btw?
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Why wouldn’t Ensminger/Brady be on top performing coaches? They made the FL defense look silly with 10.6 yards per play.
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Who caaaaaaarrrrress
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I agree with Herb on this one. Bulldogs getting stuffed by Cocks is a big deal.
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They should have been number one on the list.
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The #5 team that beat the #7 team at home should've been higher on the list than the unranked underdog that upset the #3 team on the road?
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Purple and gold bias.
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He might be referring to JJ & JC not LSU. Sheesh yall downvote things before thinking.
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