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Keys to the Ole Miss vs. LSU Game

By Anna Belson
HottyToddy Intern

Photo courtesy of Ole Miss Athletics


★ Jaxon Dart should look for deep plays as LSU struggles to cover wide receivers.
The LSU defense surrendered 426 yards against Arkansas last week.

★ Beware of Harold Perkins Jr. He often needs to be double teamed to be
stopped due to his speed and aggressiveness.

★ Be aware of LSU’s movements; they move in a certain way to try to get the
offensive team to be penalized for a false start.

By Raegan Cohn
Hotty Toddy Intern


★ Emphasize deep coverage. LSU Quarterback Daniels is averaging almost 11
yards per throw.

★ Keep the ball out of Wide Receiver Malik Nabers. He is one of the nation’s top-
ranked WRs, averaging 16 yards per catch.

★ Avoid LSU in the red zone. The Tigers have converted 15 out of 21 of their red
zone appearances into touchdowns.

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