Da Boot Sports
By: Terrill J. Weil
BATON ROUGE, LA: LSU showed improvement Saturday night against Central Michigan, but Ed Orgeron knows they still have a long way to go. "We made some improvement tonight." Orgeron said. "For the most part we played a pretty good game. There are a lot of things we still need to get better at."
Below are videos of post-game interviews after Saturday night's 49-21 victory over Central Michigan.
The non-conference tune up games are complete and now the LSU football team will begin SEC play this Saturday on the road in Starkville.
Mississippi State (2-1) suffered their first loss of the season last week, falling to Memphis 31-29 at the hands of a
questionable officials call. The SEC admitted that it was an officiating error on a punt return that Memphis returned for a touchdown that ended up being the difference in the ball game.
LSU should head into the contest revenge-minded after last season's embarrassing 44-34 loss in Tiger Stadium.
QB - Max Johnson
TE - Jack Bech
CB - Derek Stingley Jr.
LB - Damone Clark
DE - B.J. Ojulari