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Per BATON ROUGE -- No. 4-ranked LSU Football amassed 610 yards of total offense to become the 12th program in NCAA Division I history to win 800 games, as the Tigers defeated Northwestern State, 65-14, on Saturday in Tiger Stadium.

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who are the other 11? Gonna guess Rice, WKU, UNLV, Wake Forest, Southern Miss, Arkansas State, Indiana, New Mexico, Maryland, Cincinnati and UAB.
Reply19 months
Aranda is staying with 3 and 4 DLs and rarely blitzes. This gives the QBs all day to throw and forces DBs to maintain coverage longer as well. Aranda needs to dial up some heat because the current philosophy is not going to get it done.
Reply19 months
Dude Aranda is top 2 defensive coordinator in the nation. What do you know?
19 months
Only thing I can hope is he’s trying to not show his hand this early in the season. Keep stuff vanilla so the exotic stuff isn’t on tape. That being said, the secondary could use for some serious tightening up. Going back to the A&M game last season, it feels like they’ve been torched by any team that has a somewhat decent passing attack. That’s not all on the pass rush.
19 months
Please do the following 1) get a damn pass rush 2) wtf is wrong with our secondary, fix that shite and 3) we need a better rushing game, clyde is a good utility back, but the two young guys need a lot of reps, they are the answer for big run plays.
Reply19 months
What’s going on with the pass defense? Guys are too good to be looking lost.
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