No. 12 LSU dominates BYU

No. 12 LSU dominates BYU

No. 12 LSU dominates BYU

The BYU offense managed a measly 97 total yards, jjust six first downs and failed to even cross midfield against #13 LSU in a 27-0 loss to the Tigers at the Superdome in New Orleans. Orgeron added that any player now being disciplined would not travel to New Orleans for the BYU game. Etling completed 14 of 17 passes for 173 yards, including completions of 52 yards to D.J. Chark and 32 yards to Russell Gage. The Cougars totaled minus-5 yards rushing against the stout LSU defense. Fellow tailback Darrell Williams ran for 92 yards and a score.

Cougars QB Tanner Mangum was 12 of 24 for 102 yards while under routine pressure.

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Derrius Guice looks like he can thrive in LSU's new offense and the Tigers' inexperience on defense does not appear to be a liability whatsoever.

The best that can be said for the maiden voyage of Canada's offense is that it did what was required to handle BYU, except for a pair of slow-developing red zone plays inside the 5-yard line.

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LSU head football coach Ed Orgeron said Thursday he's not going to publicly announce any discipline, including suspensions, given to Tigers players during the 2017 season in order to maintain a "competitive advantage" over the team's opponents. The Advocare Texas Kickoff was moved from NRG Stadium in Houston to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome due to the unprecedented flooding from Hurricane Harvey.

Several projected regulars apparently were benched.

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BYU probably thought it was getting a break when Guice took breathers.

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