Miss. State Bulldogs defense vs. LSU Tigers: F
Hey, look, the defense wasn’t exactly having much fun when it was on the field. The LSU Tigers absolutely torched the Bulldogs time and time again.
Whenever LSU quarterback Jayden Daniels had the ball, he was able to shred the Bulldogs’ defense with ease. The man completed 30 of 34 passes for 261 yards and a couple touchdowns. Oh! And he ran for a couple touchdowns.
He was essentially unstoppable and that made me (and many other Mississippi State football fans) very, very miserable.
Malik Nabers managed to make Mississippi State’s secondary very miserable as he hauled in 13 receptions for 239 yards. He, also managed to make someone cry, I’m sure, because he kept drives alive and killed MSU’s dream of an upset. Time and time again.
The Tigers found themselves up 24-7 at half. And, for some reason, that deficit seemed a heck of a lot larger than it actually was. Throughout the entire game, LSU only had to punt twice. The Tigers had no issue scoring the Bulldogs were incapable of consistently ending what LSU wanted to do on offense.
Matt Brock’s group really didn’t have any fun today.