I'm not going to pretend that I wanted to watch this week's edition of libgator's Defense Wins Muschampionships, the video of all of Florida's defensive snaps against LSU, any more than you do. But I watched it. You might learn something if you do, too.
My brief takeaways:
- There. Is. So. Little. Push. Zach Mettenberger could've transferred to get away from another unsavory bit of legal trouble before being pressured on most dropbacks.
- Michael Taylor is the best of Florida's linebackers right now and it's not particularly close.
- Vernon Hargreaves III, even in defeat, manages to do two or three very good things. He's an incredibly smart tackler for a cornerback.
- LSU really didn't need to pass, ever.
- Most of LSU's third down failures came because Mettenberger badly missed throws.
Other than that, fellow figurative Mrs. Lincolns, what did you think?
Andy Hutchins is Alligator Army's managing editor. Follow Alligator Army on Twitter and Facebook.
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