Oct 22, 2011; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; A detailed view of the LSU Tigers logo at midfield prior to kickoff of a game against the Auburn Tigers at Tiger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

LSU Morning Fix: What We Learned at Mississippi State, Florida Week Begins

It’s Florida week and it’s time to get back to practice and prepare for the No. 17 Gators who will travel to Tiger Stadium for a Saturday afternoon tilt that will be televised on CBS at 2:30 p.m. Here are some of the top stories form around the web putting a final touch on the LSU win over Mississippi State and taking our first of many looks this week at Florida.

From Alex Scarborough’s, “What we learned” column via ESPN.com

“Alabama has had trouble running the football, Texas A&M is mostly a one-man show and Georgia is being killed by injuries. So somewhat by default and somewhat by production LSU is left as the most balanced offense in the country.”

Scarborough also gave out three helmet stickers to LSU after their win over MSU.

More from ESPN.com as Sam Khan, Jr says Odell Beckham, Jr. is the truth after his Week 6 performance.

From the David Brandt’s Associated Press column, ” No. 10 LSU continues dream offensive season

“For an LSU team that has traditionally leaned on a bruising defense and deliberate offense, it’s a bit of a change. But it’s one that veteran coach Les Miles is growing to appreciate. Now if the Tigers can just stop someone, a Southeastern Conference title could be in reach.”

LSU remains at No. 10 in the latest AP top 25, but Death Valley Voice wonders if that’s too low.

Les Miles reached an important milestone in LSU’s win over Mississippi State on Saturday

Jarvis Landry’s touchdown streak was snapped at seven, but he’s playing as well as any receiver in the nation.

LSU opens as slight favorites in the opening line for the Florida Gators.

Video (28 min, 34 sec): Inside LSU Football – Week 6 via LSU Sports.

2015 LSU commit earns five-star status via ($) 247Sports.

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