Catching benefits of hard work
In a season that had lacked a top receiving threat, Landry steps up
BATON ROUGE, La. -- Before LSU's bye week, Jarvis Landry was struggling along just like all the other LSU receivers.
Since the bye, he's a different player.
In the last two games, Landry has 17 catches for 183 yards and two touchdowns, remarkable numbers considered that in the first eight Tiger games, he had 23 receptions for just 219 yards.
Then came the bye and out of the other side emerged the receiver many thought Landry would be when he came out of Lutcher, La., High School ...
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