When the LSU Tigers polished off their 11-2 record last season with a victory against Texas A&M in the Cotton Bowl at Cowboys Stadium it was the perfect end to a fine year’s work. Perhaps the most impressive thing about that memorable victory is that Texas had the Tigers down by a score of 10-0 in the first quarter. That’s when the fireworks started.
Despite Jordan Jefferson’s see-saw performance during the season, he showed his true potential for team leadership as well as personal performance as he played the best game of his three year career. The down-side? One “Int”. The up-side more than covered it: Jordan rushed for 67 yards and a touchdown while passing 10-of-19 attempts for 158 yards three TDs.
I found us a couple of great game videos, and they cover the whole game. The last two are lagniappe, LOL. The first video covers every offensive snap during the game for LSU.
Obviously the offense didn’t win the game all by itself, and the next video spells that out clearly. The second video covers every offensive snap during the game By Texas.
Topics: 2011 Cotton Bowl, Coach Les Miles, Cotton Bowl, Cowboy's Stadium, Game Videos, Jordan Jefferson, Les Miles, LSU, LSU Football, LSU Tigers, LSU Tigers Football, Mad Hatter, Mad Hatter Coach Les Miles, Personal Performance, Team Leadership, Texas A&M, True Potential