LSU’s first half against Wisconsin was not great.
The No. 5 Tigers were shut out and trailed the Badgers 6-0 at halftime.
When Les Miles spoke to ESPN’s Todd McShay at halftime, he spoke about LSU’s first half, and spoke positively about the team’s passing attack.
— James Bewers (@JamesBewers) September 3, 2016
The problem is that the stats don’t exactly prove Miles’ point. Brandon Harris was 3-of-7 in the first half for just 38 yards. On his final attempt of the half, he threw an interception.
If the Tigers are going to mount a comeback, they will need the offense to play better. Even with Heisman Trophy favorite Leonard Fournette, the Tigers gained just 64 yards on offense.