Passing game busting out
Second straight big game from Mettenberger gives Tigers options going forward
BATON ROUGE, La. -- With 48 seconds left in the first half of Saturday's 37-17 win over Mississippi State, LSU had the ball at its own 29-yard line, a spot where one usually expects the ground-and-pound Tigers to sit on the ball to take a three-point lead to halftime.
Instead, quarterback Zach Mettenberger came out slinging darts: 15 yards to Jarvis Landry, then 36 yards up the right sideline to James Wright. After an incompletion, he found Spencer Ware circling out of the backfield down ...
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