Three Observations From LSU’s Loss to No. 1 Georgia

Brian Kelly and his LSU squad may have come up short Saturday night against No. 1 Georgia, but the grit and determination this program showed proved the culture is changing in Baton Rouge.
Rather than put their heads down and throw the white flag, the Tigers fought until the final second, continuing to battle like they have all season long. Ultimately falling short 50-30 in the SEC Championship Game, it clearly wasn’t the result they wanted, but there’s beauty in the ability to play in such a big game after the adversity they faced this season.
— Read on www.si.com/college/lsu/.amp/football/three-observations-from-lsus-loss-to-no-1-georgia

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