McNeese State is next up for LSU football; learn more about the Cowboys’ offense, defense here

Orgeron, a three-year starter, threw for a career-high 361 yards and two TDs in the loss to West Florida. The Cowboys, who netted 484 total yards, got 73 rushing yards from Huderson, a Tulane transfer. Matthews, a Baton Rouge native, was a second-team preseason All-Southland pick.
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