For the second straight year, the LSU Tigers lost consecutive games to Alabama and Arkansas. LSU fell to 7-2 with a 31-14 loss to the Razorbacks on Saturday night at Tiger Stadium. The Tigers fell into a 21-0 hole and could never fully recover.
Here are three things to know:
- Les Miles took the blame for his team’s disappointing effort. As a matter of fact, he pretty much said it was all his fault.
- LSU tight end Dillon Gordon was not particularly pleased with some fans who left Saturday’s game in the fourth quarter.
- LSU began the game with a classy gesture and honored victims of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris. The Tigers brought out the French flag as well as an American flag before the coin toss.
Other LSU news from around the Internet
- The Advocate’s Marcus Rodrigue analyzed the big plays that doomed the Tigers against Arkansas. The Razorbacks scored three touchdowns on plays that were 52 yards or longer.
- The Tigers are now 7-2 and look more like pretenders than contenders, The Advocate’s Scott Rabalais wrote.
- Ross Dellenger of The Advocate took a glance at next week’s opponent, Ole Miss.