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    Florida faces LSU in tough defensive battle

    Updated: October 5th, 2010
  • LSU comes off a crazy win against Tennessee where they survived 4 turnovers. Florida comes off a difficult loss to Alabama but I did state that they played well and can take some good things out of that game. They were just not physical enough for Alabama.

    LSU still has major problems behind center and Jefferson and Lee may never be the answer. I think Florida will pick them off at least twice during this game as the Florida DBs can stick to you like glue. McElroy did not have anyone to throw to the entire game against Florida last week. I do not think LSU will have success on the ground either.

    I think LSU’s defense matches up well against Florida’s offense as well as they have DBs that can run and they will tackle Florida’s little backs when they run outside and punish them if they run inside. LSU’s DBs are great and Florida will have to throw short to have any success. This game looks like a defensive battle barring a slew of turnovers. If Florida does not have the Alabama hangover they are the better team.

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