BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — LSU’s ground game is finding its usual dominant form if more than 300 yards rushing against Kent State is any indication.
Combine that with a rejuvenated and unusually consistent passing attack, and it looks like the Tigers have attained the dynamism on offense that they’ve coveted for several years.
“Simply the threat of certain things is making us a better offense,” said running back Jeremy Hill, who had 117 yards and two touchdowns on only 11 carries against Kent State on Saturday night.
Opposing defenses were “attacking the run a lot last year and now we are making them have to worry about whether or not a pass is coming,” Hill added. “It puts them on their heels.”
The Tigers are averaging 488 yards of offense, with about 219 per game on the ground and 269 per game through the air. They are also scoring…
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