Everyone, you heard it here first! TCU is going to be stomped in the season opener. LSU will answers all questions affirmatively, on whether on not they will be able to recover from losing so much talent to the NFL. Cam Cameron is going to have the greatest coming out parties an offensive coordinator could possibly have. The Tigers will show the horned frogs they can not begin to compete in the SEC. Most importantly the Tiger’s performance will mock the AP voters, who left LSU out of the top ten.
Last year, TCU finished 72nd in the nation in total offense. They did this in a conference that doesn’t play defense. The Big 12 had half of their schools ranked 13th or higher in total offense last year. To make matters worse for the horned frogs, their offense only returns five starters. TCU is going to be shut down by the LSU defense all game long, setting up great field position for the Tigers.
The loss of Devonte Fields in the season opener is absolutely devastating for TCU. LSU loves to pound the ball on the ground, and without Fields on the turf, the Tigers will see little resistance in doing so. The Tigers will have a much improved arial attack, under Cam Cameron. However, it is foolish to think the Tigers won’t utilize such a lethal running back unit. LSU will have no problem utilizing Field’s absence.
LSU is pissed off. They lost a heartbreaker to Clemson in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl. Les Miles is 19-1 after a loss, with the lone loss coming by a single point. Expect that record to move to 20-1 after Saturday night’s game. LSU will demolish the Horned Frogs!