LSU football is the No. 1 topic of discussion every day on SEC Country’s One Team, One Podcast. Host Carter ‘The Power” Bryant breaks down the two plays that hurt LSU’s chances immensely against Alabama. Bryant is also joined by SEC Country beat writer Nick Suss, who shares what went wrong on Danny Etling’s deep passes in his film study, why Etling should not be bashed by fans, how the defense is getting a pass after an above-average performance and why he would not share a bed with Alex Hickey at their hotel.
Two costly LSU plays against Alabama
Bryant spent yesterday’s podcast criticizing Etling’s performance against Alabama. However, there were two mistakes made by normally reliable players which turned the Tide. Bryant breaks them down.
LSU safety John Battle missed the opportunity for an early sack against Hurts.
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LSU tight end Foster Moreau had been fantastic in recent weeks for the Tigers. But Moreau’s miss in pass protection aided an Etling interception.
— Carter Bryant (@CarterthePower) November 5, 2017
Where is the LSU defense?
Suss passionately believes LSU’s defense got a pass because Etling’s poor performance took most of the headlines. Despite the Tigers holding the Crimson Tide to only 24 points and under 300 yards, Suss thinks the Tigers were not great defending in all areas.
Halloween is overrated?
Suss shared his usual weekly “Sussism”. Because he did not have one prepared for this one, he chose to dismantle Halloween. Bryant vilified him for it.
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