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LSU junior defensive end Lewis Neal was named SEC Defensive player of the week for his dominant play against Florida on Saturday night. Per

Lewis Neal, DE, LSU:
•Shattered his career highs with 10 tackles, 3.5 tackles for a loss and 3.0 sacks against Florida.
•His 3.0 sacks rank as the second-most in a game in LSU history.
•His 3.5 TFLs were the most in a game by a Tiger since defensive end Sam Montgomery had 3.5 at Auburn on Sept. 22, 2012.
•Led an LSU defensive effort that limited Florida to 55 net rushing yards on 31 carries, an average 1.8 yards per rush, that also ranked as the Gators' lowest rushing output of the season.
•Neal now ranks second in the league in sacks and seventh in tackles for a loss.
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Coach O getting his boys ready. The future is bright for our DL moving forward.
Reply66 months
He fought like a Tiger Saturday night
Reply66 months
My bad. A little quick on the draw.
Reply66 months
Ummm why no mention of Vadal?
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