Syracuse vs. LSU | 2015 ACC Football Highlights



Syracuse Football hosted 8th-ranked LSU and the Orange fought hard in the 34-24 loss. Quarterback Zack Mahoney played very well in his first career start, racking up nearly 200 total yards of offense and 3 touchdowns. LSU’s Heisman candidate, Leonard Fournette ran for a career-high 244 yards and 2 touchdowns in the game.

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10 thoughts on “Syracuse vs. LSU | 2015 ACC Football Highlights

  1. Either SU is underrated, or LSU is overrated, here's what I saw.  LSU special teams were terrible (save one good return) they gave SU great field position throughout and a ton of yards to Estime.  LSU's offense was a one trick pony, they threw deep maybe 5-6 times and only completed twice, other than that the SU defensive backs kept them in check.  Their front line opened good holes for an unbelievably talented running back (Fournette), however all other runners were stuffed and showed no ability to even break a tackle.  LSU's wide receiver core dropped passes, and were only able to make two big plays, and the quarterback was inaccurate through most of the game.  LSU's defense wasn't much better, the front 7 were stout against the run, they have speed, and good block shedding ability.  However they have a secondary that got burned once by Bristley Estime, and were constantly holding and interfering with Syracuse wide receivers who were blowing by them.  Syracuse scored 3 times through the air in the second half, using a 5th string walk on qb, throwing to wide receivers who were making LSU corners look silly.  All in all the LSU offensive front line, starting running back, and defensive front 7 could be graded at an A to A+ grade.  The LSU special teams would probably earn a B- (only because of the one TD they scored, otherwise the grade would be much lower). LSU wide receivers would probably earn a C+. The LSU quarterback play would probably earn a C+.  The LSU secondary was a C to C- at best, and all other running backs not named Fournette were a D.  LSU will be in big trouble if anyone figures out how to stop Fournette, and if Fournette should get injured!!!  Then LSU will lose quite a few games.  LSU is good, but they can be beat.

  2. That DB #2 for the Orange kept talking smack and kept getting g run over and left behind, you would think the kid would have been humbled

  3. When I saw Tom " Bug Eyes " Ritter, I thought LSU would have at least twice as many penalties as Syracuse…WTF as LSU ended up with more than three times as many penalties as Syracuse!!! Ritter and his crew should be banned from officiating LSU games given the recurring theme.

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