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Per LSUSports.net: NASHVILLE -- Joe Burrow and the fourth-ranked LSU Football team continued to set records and put up video-game numbers, as the Tigers defeated Vanderbilt, 66-38, on Saturday afternoon.

LSU (4-0, 1-0 SEC) scored its most points against a conference opponent in regulation in school history, as Burrow and wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase torched Vanderbilt (0-3, 0-2 SEC).

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Up Next: LSU is on bye next weekend and will return to action on October 5 vs. Utah State in Tiger Stadium.

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Dominates?? Really!!!
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What do call a 28 point win when the opponent was gifted a TD on a fumble and given another by the refs? Is a 28-point win not enough? Would 42 have been?
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Never got closer than 21 points after 1st quarter. Dominated!
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“Dominates” lol
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Look LSU didn't have a perfect game, in fact not even fricking close to that, but if you don't think they didn't dominate today, then I can't help you.
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Great game Esminger, Brady and Burrow, not so much Aranda.
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Great Win, Defensive backs need to work on tackling for the next 2 weeks. Shameful the amount of biffed tackles out of our secondary. Every last one of them missed multiple tackles this game.
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Yup, I don't get it. In past they never missed tackles, now its non stop, even Delpit
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While they did dominate, the defense ought to be ashamed of themselves. Played awful yet again against a very mediocre offense.
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Ya. I'm at a loss as to how this has happened.
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Yes pretty dominant . If not for the 2 tds on the fumble on the goal line and the roughing the passer pick six . It’s a 42 point win .
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Not pretty dominant on Defense
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Just imagine if our offense wasn’t as good as it is today. Yikes. Let that sink in.
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Imagine if our offense efficiency didn't provide their offense that many opportunities to score.
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Among so many questions I have about our defense.. wth has happened to Delpit!?!
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I get it we had a couple mistakes from CEH and Myles but can’t get over the missed tackles and assignments. I was just saying imagine the offense we would’ve had the last few years this game would be a nail biter. When our offense is good someone has to complain about something. Tackling has been an issue since game 1
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Purdue gave up 24 to Vandy, we gave up 38
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Of those 38, our offense gifted them 14. :(
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And Gawgia only scored 30 so GFY!
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Ok swamp we "gifted" so how many points do we "gift" to the gumps?
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It still hasn't set in that Vanderbilt put up 40
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That’s because they didn’t
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very poor defense this year for us... it goes like that... maybe next year we'll beat bama...
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Defense should get better as the season progress. Congrats Joe B for a record setting day.
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defense is good enough to beat lower rung teams... doesn't stand a chance against alabama...
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STTDB
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Apparently you haven’t watched Alabama this season.
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Stop posting immediately. Miserable sob!
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Letting Vanderbilt score 38 pts is not dominating...its the opposite. Winning 28-0 would have been a better showing. There is a defensive problem that's for sure.
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They didn’t score 38 on the defense they scored 24 know what you are talking about before you post bullshite
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Again, for the intellectually challenged, LSU has a problem with their defense...a big problem.
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Our defense is gonna be “stressed” this year with our quick strike offense... because they will be on the field a lot... but having an offense that’s “too efficient” isn’t a bad problem to have!
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they can't tackle... THAT is why they're going to be stressed...
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I had wanted to see if the LSU road fans would outdo the UGA road fans and I believe y’all did. It has to be a tad demoralizing for the Vandy players to jog out and see their opponents fans out number their own in their stadium.
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Hey ho, moffit has to geaux Injuries are out of control. Either he overworks them or underworks them. But either way he is done.
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Defense seems to be a close coverage/gambling defense, but you got to remember they are on the field an awful lot, starting field position generally around the opponents 25!
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when you can't tackle, can't cover, and look slow and soft, teams like vanderbilt will score on you... teams like alabama, and maybe even florida and auburn, will kill you...
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looks like grant delpit has decided to save himself for the pros...
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Defense only gave up 24 points!!!!!
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