LSU facing problems after MSU loss
LSU coach Les Miles, a former offensive lineman at Michigan, knows as well as anyone how much of a problem the Tigers have with their blocking up front.
After reviewing film of the 17th-ranked Tigers 34-29 loss to Mississippi State, Miles declined to single out his offensive linemen, but he didn't absolve them, either.
Miles says the offensive line, running backs, quarterback and receivers all share responsibility for the Tigers' inability to score a touchdown in the first three quarters against Mississippi State. Miles says "a collective adjustment" will be required to improve LSU's offense.
LSU's offense was built around its running game, but the Tigers' four running backs combined for only 76 yards against the Bulldogs, while starting QB Anthony Jennings was under constant pressure and sacked three times.
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