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10-19-2012, 08:23 PM
Scouting Report for the LSU Tigers

10-24-2012, 05:06 PM
Offense: Wants to run the ball as much as possible. He LOVES to run outside if at all possible, but will cut it back up inside if he sees a lane. Favorite plays are stretch, counter, and toss. Can really struggle with passing the ball, and seems uncomfortable in the pocket. Likes to throw to his TE. If you are manually covering the TE get on him quick because if you hesitate at all he will throw it to him instantly. Likes to send the TE on a streak route to attack the middle of the field. If it is 3rd and more then 5, watch for a hitch route to the WR on the wide side of the field.

Defense: Does not like to get out of the 4-3 and if you let him stay in it you play to his strengths. Users the MLB and likes to shoot the gaps to stop the run game. He will run blitz all whenever he feels like it is a run play to get his LB's going up field. Covers the middle of the field well with his MLB and tries to bait you into throwing into coverage so he can get a pick. You can get a big play on him because of his aggressiveness, but he will get more big plays then he gives up.

Papa LoneStar
10-30-2012, 11:28 PM
LSU be switching to the 3-4 in 2015

11-02-2012, 12:17 PM
Played a barn burner against him the other day. Very fun game.

Offense: Loves to run the ball to the outside. His tackles were much better than my ends so he was able to consistently get big chunks of yardage that way the entire game no matter how I tried to adjust. His backs are very impressive. Passing game he definitely likes to go to his TE in clutch situations. His TE is GOOD. Can't stress that enough. He looks like a monster out there since he added the neck roll. Key on him if he is in need of a big play. Usually on a streak or a corner route.

Defense: Absolutely devastating with the LB's that he controls. Was living in my backfield with him anytime I tried to run the ball. If you have a bruising running back then you can shake him off and get some yards but he will kill you if you try to run a scat back from under center. Very good at finding the hole and disrupting the play.

11-09-2012, 04:04 PM
On 3rd and 1, watch out for Ace Big - Speed Option.

Oh, wait, this isn't NCAA 10. My bad. :D

11-17-2012, 08:23 PM
Texas vs LSU


12-02-2012, 03:40 PM
Offense: Can get away from his running game if you stop it early. Force him to pass and you might get lucky with a turnover or two (or six). His outside WR (Rice) is a major vertical threat, even with safety help. And when you key on the WR a little too much, he can come back to beat you with the TE. He does love some tight end.

Defense: Defense can be hit and miss. Bases out of the 3-4, though mixes in some 3-3-5 and other formations as appropriate. He blitzes just little enough that you might forget about an extra blocker for a play or two, which is, of course, when he'll call blitz. Controls the MLB, which lets him make plays that the CPU wouldn't -- though he also can miss making a play where the CPU would (as we all do). Has very good timing with rushing the line on an auto-motion play.