Why LSU’s passing offense struggled and more takeaways from Arkansas

We’ll remember this game for Harold Perkins. The four sacks to tie a school record. The two forced fumbles. The game-winning play. The flu and the symptoms of feeling ill that showed up hours before kickoff, drawing comparisons to Michael Jordan from his head coach.

Perkins dominated LSU’s 13-10 win over Arkansas and deserves every bit of praise that has come his way. But we’ve written a lot about Perkins, so let’s use this film review to dive into some other aspects of a close win that helped send LSU to the Southeastern Conference championship in Brian Kelly’s first season.
— Read on www.nola.com/sports/lsu/article_8ac40816-639f-11ed-9524-77258039a9ae.amp.html

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