LSU Post-Bowl Podcast: Dave Aranda Is Worth Every Penny Of His Contract
LSU put on a defensive showcase Saturday morning in Orlando. The Tigers beat the Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson and the Louisville Cardinals 29-9. LSU started off strong having six sacks in the first half and holding Lamar Jackson to only two completions, and negative twenty-four rushing yards in the first half. The Tiger offense showed off their passing game in the first half with Malachi Dupree and D.J. Chark both having insane catches to set up for a touchdown. LSU looked great heading into the new era of LSU football. The Ed Orgeron era.