Southeastern Louisiana Lions at No. 11 LSU Tigers
Saturday, Sept. 8 at 7 p.m.; Tiger Stadium; Baton Rouge, La.
Let’s face it, everyone who thinks they know College Football thought LSU was bound to lose against Miami. Little did we know that we would be proven wrong! LSU is now ranked nearly in the Top 10, and everyone is high on the Tigers. As far as this game is concerned, it’s a not even a contest.
The Lions have a high passing attack, but LSU’s secondary was dominant last week. Plus the secondary for the Tigers may not even need to worry about the ball heading their direction. The D-Line for LSU will eat the Lions O-Line for lunch. LSU’s Defense, in general, is dominant. Even if LSU starts out slow on Offense, their Defense will shut down the Lions offensive attack. The Tigers will show why they are for real again this Saturday. They will undoubtedly have Auburn sleepless heading into next week’s matchup in the Plains.
LSU: 49 Southeastern Louisiana: 0
LSU sure looked good in their opening game against the Miami Hurricanes, didn’t they? Ed had his boys ready to play. I’m not big on overreactions but maybe 7-5 is too low for LSU.
The Tigers dominated the Hurricanes and it appears that are on their way to a 2-0 start to the season. Don’t look now but that’s fours win in the last five games for LSU. They continue their hot streak with a 45-7 win against Southeastern Louisiana.
LSU: 45 Southeastern Louisiana: 7
Talk about shutting up critics! The LSU Tigers may have proved they can dominate with Ed Orgeron at the helm, right? They put the Miami Hurricanes to shame and shot up the rankings. In fact, this program should be higher ranked as a result.
I still have my reservations about the Tigers, just like I’m not totally done with Tennessee football. But none of those things will show this weekend. LSU has an easy home game against an FCS school and will dominate accordingly.
LSU: 41 Southeastern Louisiana: 10