You couldn’t have asked for a better way to start the LSU season than the Tiger’s 55-3 dismantling of Georgia Southern. For nearly a decade fans have watched the Purple and Gold’s stone age offense try to keep pace with 21st century concepts like using three or more wide receivers. That all changed Saturday as the team debuted it’s Joe Brady crafted spread attack spearheaded by a school record tying five TD performance by QB Joe Burrow. LSU’s defense held Georgia Southern’s triple-option attack to just 98 total yards. The Tigers face a much bigger test in week two when they visit 10th ranked Texas on Saturday. Texas smashed LA Tech 45-14 over the weekend.
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