COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- The script was eerily familiar.
With the offense unable to move the ball, LSU's defense stayed on the field and Texas A&M took advantage, controlling the ball and building a 12-point, second-quarter lead Saturday afternoon at Kyle Field.
That's not always a bad thing for LSU.
"[Coach Les] Miles thrives on stuff like that," said running back Michael Ford, whose 20-yard, second-quarter touchdown was the Tigers' first score in the 24-19 comeback win. "That's ...
Read full story