It was essentially Murphy’s Law for the Tigers in the season-opener until the fourth quarter, but a late comeback wasn’t enough to win. The run game with Jayden Daniels worked (most of the time), but LSU didn’t take advantage of its talent advantage at receiver. The offensive line struggled, and the defense disappointed. It could be a rough year if things don’t improve quickly.
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