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?
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- Matt Jones injury: Florida's starting RB out for 2013 season with torn meniscus