After losing in last season’s track meet to Mississippi State, LSU’s defensive experiment produces desired result

In what was quite a departure for LSU’s aggressive four-man attacking defense that led the nation in sacks (they had one sack Saturday), first-year defensive coordinator Daronte Jones replicated Arkansas’ 3-2-6 defense. The main objective was negating the blown coverages and wide-open crossing routes of last season by inviting the Bulldogs into shorter, intermediate throws. The strategy paid dividends and helped the Tigers make amends for the 2020 season-opening calamity of last season.
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