LSU'S 2020 SEASON OVERVIEW

Updated: Jan 5

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By LONN PHILLIPS SULLIVAN

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As the curtain fell on the disappointing, disjointed and diabolical 2020 LSU season, comparisons to the previous year's title-winning escapades of perfection couldn't be escaped.

From 15-0 to 5-5...

From Heisman winning dynamo to quarterback carousel & controversy...of course mired by season-ending injuries....

From Dave Aranda's "bend don't break" championship defense to Pelini's "crash and burn" sideshow....

From Joe Brady's hunger and innovation to Scott Linehan's entitlement and impotence....

From 2019's accountability to 2020's invisibility and insanity....

Beating Alabama 46-41 in 2019....suffering a 55-17 ass-kicking in 2020...

Holding 2019 Auburn to 20 points while surrendering 48 this season....

From the sexiest college football program in 2019 to the epicenter of on-campus rape allegations...

From "flip the script" to Pelini's "tales from the crypt"....

It was as if we entered an extremely horrible alternate reality....we'd just visited the ultimate, infinite heaven of "as good as it gets" greatness....and now here's our reward....here's the trade-off: a season in the hellish abyss of our darkest nightmares...


2020 LSU will forever be known and remembered as one of the most difficult seasons in program history, in fact, it surely must be ordained the toughest of all time: nobody saw this shitstorm coming, no matter what they say...they're lying.

Throughout this pandemic year (or any other season) no collegiate squad lost such an array of playmakers, contributors and NFL-level talents on the field or among Orgeron's coaching staff...and it's not even close....no other school possessed such a bevy of players or assistant coaches capable of ascending to the NFL at the drop of a hat...Orgeron's Tigers do...and this pro-level ascendancy has proven both a recruiting gold mine and a roster management curse.

LSU's 2020 season began with such promise...perhaps there wasn't mainstream or fanbase expectations for a title repeating season (in June 2020 in the 2020 LSU Odyssey Almanac, this author predicted LSU would only lose 1 game...to Auburn...and would head to the CFP and win it all again...I know, I know);


Disregarding all of LSU's NFL departures, while still holding talents like Chase, Shelvin, Vincent, Brooks, Marshall, Ika, Gilbert & Myles Brennan (etc), the Tigers had an outside chance at the CFP Playoff. Many LSU haters will toughly claim they were "expecting" this result, a cartoonish 5-5.... however we know most of those fools predict a losing record for Louisiana State every year anyway...

Initially, only two teams appeared capable of really beating LSU on the schedule.... Alabama and Florida...and both of those contests would've been street fights with fully healthy teams: when you match Myles vs Mac (two immobile howitzer arms) with their fully-loaded compliment of receivers (Chase, Marshall, Gilbert & Boutte for LSU, Waddle, Smith etc for Alabama) LSU actually has the edge in the passing game, and both defenses struggle to keep scores or yards down....

Talking about Florida, LSU came from behind to beat the #6 Gators on the road without either starting running back, without Terrace Marshall or Arik Gilbert, minus the best DB in the country (Derek Stingley Jr), behind a freshman quarterback in his first ever start.... as well as losing a variety of starting offensive linemen throughout the game....

Many felt "even if the Tigers lost to both Alabama and Florida, Orgeron's Tigers would still be looking at a Sugar Bowl appearance or possibly other New Year's Six bowl games"... that was the pulse before the season began.

Remember, LSU were also scheduled to play a rematch vs Texas inside Death Valley for Week 2, a repeat of 2019's classic bout; gimme games to pad the stats and gain confidence vs Rice, Nicholls State and others also were on the board...

Now I wonder just how different the 2020 outcome would've been with the addition of these games....

But as we flash forward to the cusp of 2020's end, we can see the damage left in the wake of such a disappointing season:

2020 LSU taking on another top 10 opponent in a New Year's Six bowl?

LSU aren't even bowl eligible for 2020, handing ourselves a bowl ban due to the ongoing witch hunt from the NCAA regarding "recruiting violations".


Additionally, Coach Ed Orgeron believed he'd destroyed every doubter in his way after the 15-0 G.O.A.T squad took down four #1 defenses, 7 top 10 ranked teams, produced a Heisman winner & #1 overall pick (Joe), the undisputed Biletnikoff for Ja'Marr Chase, the long overdue Thorpe for Grant Delpit, Joe Brady's Broyles Award, the vindicating Coach of the Year honor for himself, and James Cregg's Joe Moore Award...all followed by 20+ players taking their spot on NFL rosters....

Then, Coach O watched Chase, Shelvin, Vincent Jr, Marshall Jr, Arik Gilbert, Marcel Brooks and Apu Ika among a host of others all walk out the door either prior to or during the season...a shocking twist / trend to the 2020 campaign, right after the "one team one heartbeat" ethos of 2019...

Due to Covid-19 gripping the globe with a deadly pandemic, the 2020 campaign became the moment where the word "amateurism" died in college football....with LSU as its ground zero.

Here was the stone cold reality of college football's core truths when the layers are peeled back:

The sport is a stepping stone not only towards the professional level, but after the pandemic-affected transfer / eligibility rules, a young man can use a football program as a bridge to another team altogether...perhaps even year to year...

After decades of a sport using the players...the players are now "using" the sport...

In the end, Coach O lost T.K McLendon, Justin Thomas, Marcel Brooks, Kary Vincent Jr, Travez Moore to Covid-forced transfers back home...while Ja'Marr Chase and Tyler Shelvin specifically took their talents to the NFL...

And yet the doubt has exponentially grown for Orgeron and his staff in the aftermath of LSU's worst season since at least the late 90s...

When you look at 2020 by itself, you can see flashes of promise, individual performances and plays which transcend the team's disastrous level of play, new exciting names emerging as current & future Tiger greats and some key assistant coaches rising on the staff.


In 4 of LSU's 5 defeats, our defense didn't give our players a chance.... from the first second to last, no matter how many points Brennan, Finley or Johnson could've dropped on opponents; Truth is, even with a below average defensive performance throughout 2020, LSU only lose 2 games at most....and just think about their chances had Chase, Shelvin, Vincent, Brooks etc never opted out or transferred...

Despite having no consistent starting quarterback (from Brennan to Finley to Johnson back to Finley and finally back to Johnson) or a decent offensive line, the Tigers' offense were among the nation's best all year, albeit a one-dimensional version of the high octane attack of yesteryear:

Ranking 35th nationally in total overall yards, 13th for passing yards (3rd ranked SEC passing attack behind Florida and Alabama), 15th for passing yards per game (4th in SEC) while averaging over 29 points per game throughout the entire 2020 campaign (ending on 32.0), offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger and analyst Russ Callaway must be given huge credit for retaining & maintaining LSU's offensive fireworks from 2019...


Scoring in excess of 40 points on 4 occasions (3 of 4 across three consecutive games using three different O-line combinations), twice dropping 50+ points behind two different freshmen quarterbacks against SEC competition, LSU's offense could've made them a contender (even with Pelini's defense) if they'd just had suitable protection and called better plays on 3rd down or inside the red zone (Scott Linehan....looking your way bro...)....

Although there wasn't much in the way of offensive evolution from that hallowed 2019 playbook and there was a rushing regression (166 yards per game in 2019 dropped to 121.7), the mere fact this LSU offensive staff and roster resumed the same high-scoring, big play-machine offensive setup as the year prior speaks volumes as to where LSU's offensive future lies...the only question is whether the new upcoming offensive staff can pull off the same feat without 2019/2020 offensive architects Steve Ensminger and Joe Brady on staff.

Most analysts expected the high-flying passing game from 2019 to fade and disappear, but it only grew stronger against the on-rushing current with a limited playbook, Ensminger's system producing a 41+ point game from all three starters at quarterback, both freshmen amassing 50 point SEC wins, Finley's 50 burger coming on his first ever LSU start while Max Johnson beat #6 Florida on his debut outing, a 200 yard performance from one receiver (Marshall) and an SEC record-shattering 308 yard stradivarius display by freshman WR Kayshon Boutte....


All three LSU quarterbacks threw for 941+ yards, each given only a 3-4 game run:

Brennan broke off the rust vs Miss State and snapped records throughout his first three games, throwing for a trio of 300+ yard performances and finishing with a 432 yard barnburner as he scored 27 and 41 points x2 while clocking over 1,000 yards and 11 TDs before his season-ending injury @ Missouri;

T.J Finley had the most starts and opportunities, although in 5 games he never eclipsed 271 passing yards, but in spite of his turnovers (5 INTs), the Ponchatoula freshman tossed 5 TDs, ran for another, clocked 941 passing yards, dropped 52 points on South Carolina for his debut and finishing 2-3, losing horrifically to Auburn, Alabama and Texas A&M after Finley's own costly turnovers in each outing forced the local Louisiana powerhouse to the bench;

Across all three defeats to Auburn, #1 Alabama and #5 Texas A&M, college football's highest rated freshman QB Max Johnson came off the bench to deputize for Finley...not merely playing caretaker, Johnson went above and beyond in every appearance, looking noticeably more confident, assured and intense in the face of such insurmountable odds, tossing 110+ yards during all three substitute appearances as well as launching touchdowns to avoid shutouts against Auburn & A&M (a long bomb to Kayshon Boutte vs Auburn and Terrace Marshall's final LSU reception, a quick slant TD vs A&M).

Johnson tossed 17 completions from 24 attempts for 172 yards vs Auburn, braving Kevin Steele's demonstrative pass rush and making smart decisions time and time again.

The future at quarterback is as strong as ever for LSU, with all three slingers tossing multiple TDs and clinching an SEC victory (both freshmen QBs winning multiple outings), the Tigers' receivers also had a he/ll of a year, too:


From 2019's Justin Jefferson, Ja'Marr Chase and Terrace Marshall (as our lineup of three #1 WRs) transforming into Chase, Marshall & Gilbert for 2020...only for each NFL-caliber WR to depart the team before the Tigers had even faced Florida or Alabama....

First, Terrace Marshall caught 9 TDs after 4 games (finishing with 10), including his outrageous 3 TD, 235 yard morning @ Missouri, proving telekinetic with Myles Brennan as he hauled in 11 catches for a 21.4 average, scoring using one hand, his legs on a 75 yard long catch and scamper through the middle of the field and of course, to start things off, Terrace ripped in another of his hawkish red zone TDs, rolling to Brennan's right as the starting QB sustained his season-ending injury on the throw.

Once Myles went down, Terrace's numbers drastically plummeted as far as TDs and yards due to his role changing...from #1 target who would still somehow get open through the double teams, neither freshman quarterback ever quite grew accustomed to throwing at Terrace in double coverage and he became more of a "decoy"....

....the fact remains:

Across 7 out of a possible 10 contests, Marshall caught touchdowns from all three quarterbacks for 731 yards from 48 grabs at 15.2 yards per catch and ended his career as one of the greatest Tiger receivers ever, 23 TDs tied at 4th place in LSU history alongside Ja'Marr Chase (18 of those 23 TDs coming inside the red zone)...

Terrace was so damn good, I don't think we realized just how scary his abilities are....he was hampered this season with no constant quarterback or game plan and he still caught 10 TDs in 7 games and actually left a lot of touchdowns and games on the field.

As the 2020 Tigers struggled through horrific defeats, a college football world payback shaming after 2019, an off-field scandal from years before the 2020 team rocking the program, and as always... the media circling like vulchers) Terrace Marshall quietly, steadfastly organized a player's only meeting.


The National Champion Biletnikoff candidate galvanized a team at their lowest, showing shocking leadership we hadn't seen before from the reserved, chill Terrace. He took responsibility and demanded 100% from his brothers...and that week, he got it vs Arkansas in a 27-24 victory where the game wasn't perfect, yet Terrace's Tiger brothers finished the job.

But let us talk about a young freshman who finished the season, Kayshon Boutte who exploded against the best competition on his own, sans Chase, Marshall or Gilbert out wide:

Wearing the #1 jersey on offense (opposite #1 Eli Ricks on defense, the now All-American soon-to-be sophomore cornerback) Kayshon Boutte stole the show early and often, beyond our LSU Odyssey off-season hype....

Even through a concussion thanks to a poor Brennan pass in Week 1, Boutte himself usurped Terrace for 735 yards from 45 catches and 5 official TDs (he really should have 7, watch the A&M and Alabama games to understand why)...Kayshon piled up that atrocious freshman total after enduring two games where he received only 1 reception from 1 or 2 total targets (Miss State, South Carolina).

Although he racked up 111 yards and 8 catches vs Surtain and #1 Alabama (scoring the "DeSean Jackson" TD turned in by LSU WR Jontre Kirklin), Boutte kept raising his game each appearance, destroying Florida for 108 yards from 5 catches and a sick touchdown against a secondary confused and dizzied by his mere existence...

However.... there was nothing quite like what Boutte accomplished against Ole Miss within the glorified confines of Death Valley on a wild December night, the latest game on the calendar played in Tigers Stadium ever (??).


Instead of being shut down in mid December, with a dense, moist freeze covering the seats or every dark blade of grass Les used to chew on, absorbed by menacing shadows across every corner beckoning and bearing down upon any maintenance worker or stoned student in the night, Death Valley was rocking on that Saturday night in Baton Rouge during a wild, bizarre game where one freshman quarterback and his fellow debutant receiver took over the game and shattered a nearly 20 year old SEC record.

The 17 year old Boutte broke a record which stood for 3 years longer than he's lived, Josh Reed's 2001 SEC & LSU record of 293 yards against Alabama, although Boutte's 14 disgusting receptions couldn't break Reed's outrageous 19....Kayshon still has plenty of time to break every kind of all time receiving record.

Sophomore Jaray Jenkins broke out in 2020, snagging nice 1st down catches and big plays down the field throughout the campaign. He also displayed a team-leading mentality against Miss State, his best game coming in Week 1 when LSU needed him most, 88 yards from 5 catches highlighted by a big-time catch on 3rd and very long up the middle of the field for 40+ yards. Though in truth, Jenkins pulled off an otherworldly catch in nearly every game on the schedule, hitting 397 yards total and 2 TDs overall (including his brilliant opener vs Florida, Jaray running a beautiful route before hauling in Max Johnson's floating obsidian pass to the back of the end zone).

Freshman Koy Moore proved to be a fascinating receiver with a high ceiling (watch for him to explode in 2021), meanwhile soon-to-be junior Trey Palmer is still waiting to break out despite holding two return touchdowns (one in each year) as well as hauling in some smart catches.

Palmer's insatiable kickoff return against South Carolina was one of the greatest plays of 2020, such was #33's balance, grace, pure velocity and undisputed agility....he made 4 players miss on his 95 yard scamper to the end zone, but every time he made one guy miss, Trey parted the red sea wider and wider...


LSU's skill position players may have had strong or solid showings, but when taking the entirety of 2020 together all at once, the extremes are so wild and untame-able:

Collectively, the best performances of the season have to be Vanderbilt or South Carolina, while the greatest game is undoubtedly LSU's 37-34 win over Florida....though throughout the schedule, oddities and statistical anomalies come to the forefront...

Our 2019 and 2020 Tigers are either a statistician's greatest dream...or biggest nightmare...from hero to zero and back again:

LSU rushed for 32 touchdowns last year, led by Clyde Edwards-Helaire and three electric freshmen.... this year, the Tigers' wildly inconsistent ground game left the trio of soon-to-be NFL-caliber junior running backs (TDP, Emery & possibly Curry) exposed to big hits in the backfield and eventually the sideline with injuries;

Concerning the rushing game, the success varied manically due to the offensive line's well being:

Against South Carolina, LSU's offensive line (without starting LT Dare Rosenthal) plowed ahead for 276 total rushing yards, highlighted by recent birthday boy Ty Davis-Price notching his greatest game as a Tiger, hitting 135 yards from 22 carries with a touchdown...

Against Auburn, LSU ran for 32 yards from 27 attempts....Ty receiving only 3 carries for 0 yards including a 4 yard long rush...John Emery with 9 carries for 21 yards....

Or what about the shocking 3rd down statistics?

LSU went 0 for 10 vs Missouri, losing 45-41 on the road in what was a home game moved only days prior due to Hurricane Laura.

Then out of nowhere, LSU's much maligned defense later held Arkansas' 24 points and 443 total yards to 0-10 and Texas A&M to 2-16 on 3rd down during consecutive outings...bizarre cannot describe the wild shifts...

However, we've been talking offense thus far...

When speaking of the 2020 LSU Tigers' defense, many will first greet the title with snickers and scoffs, pointing to their historic 4th worst defense in the nation statistics, outrageously confused performances, naive / soft displays in tackling, embarrassing blown coverages where receivers walked into the end zone from 60 yards out, or bounced off would-be tacklers in crazed pursuit after noticing half of their teammates flowing towards the wrong direction...missed assignments from nearly every man on the team...

And the results ultimately rest at the blood-stained feet of LSU's coaches...the defensive coordinator Bo Pelini paid the price with his job and a wide, deep and serious gash across his LSU legacy as well as his Division I reputation.

LSU ranked as the 4th worst defense in college football, an absolute embarrassment for a unit who traditionally competes at or near the top of every category nationally with a bevy of future NFL heavyweights on demand, especially under Pelini's previous tenure, ranking no further than 3rd in the SEC overall and playing for 2 SEC title games, winning one and a National Championship while destroying Notre Dame in a Sugar Bowl as safety superstar LaRon Landry was selected 6th overall in the 2007 NFL Draft...that was during the "off year" of 06/07....


Sadly, I'm afraid to quote my man Bob Dylan, but "things have changed", college football has changed since then, and it may have left Bo Pelini behind in the tidal waves of spread offenses and RPO action philosophies...at least for now...at least at LSU....

This 2020 group were never figuring out Pelini's compromised system, allowing gains of 40, 50 & 60+ yards in every game on multiple, near serial occasions, all while surrendering 40+ points to Miss State, Missouri, Auburn, Alabama, Ole Miss....

We will remember the 2020 LSU defense for disastrous dysfunction while holding individual greats who rose above the mess around them and refused to let it consume their greatness: True Tigers such as Derek Stingley, Eli Ricks, Jabril Cox, B.J Ojulari, Jacoby Stevens, Neil Farrell, Andre Anthony, Jaquelin Roy, Ali Gaye and last but not least one bit, CB Jay Ward's breakout second half of the year...


Regardless of their plentiful mistakes, there was an awesome carnival of havoc created by LSU's maligned defense, producing 4 direct defensive TDs (the most since LSU dropped 3 defensive scores in 2012 and second most to the hallowed 2011 team's 6). The 2020 Tigers are officially assigned a 5th Defensive TD (weirdly assigned to WR Jontre Kirklin for recovering Boutte's "DeSean fumble" vs Bama) but this struggling unit possessed such boundless individual (and at times collective) talent, they nearly tied the 2011 record when Jabril Cox basically scored a 6th (Cox was inside the pylon for his 2nd INT TD return of 2020 but the ball was erroneously spotted at the 1 inch line for Ty Davis-Price to walk in).

These playmakers supplied some moments Tigers fans hadn't experienced in a while....a defense who could score on any given play...

There were plenty of outrageous moments and turnovers created, Pelini's defense ripping 13 interceptions (4 players with multiple INTs), 8 different defenders forcing 8 fumbles, 7 fumble recoveries (led by Stevens' 3) and a mountain of tackles for loss (62 led by Ali Gaye's 9.5), 24 sacks from 10 games doesn't quite illustrate the myriad of effective pressures from former D-Line Coach Bill Johnson's unit, however roll back that tape and you'll witness a 9/10 D-Line on most snaps...just think if the right combination of front four trenchmen were utilized together?

Some of the defense's best moments:


Ojulari's sack-trick vs South Carolina, Eli Ricks' 4 INTs including his 2 TD returns...Stingley's outrageous punch out forced fumble inside the red zone vs Auburn, turning a near touchdown into a touchback... Jabril Cox showcasing his decadent coverage abilities when he picked off 3 passes and deflected a further 6...Jay Ward's 2 INTs vs Florida, first his otherworldly kneeling INT and second his ludicrous pick six...these were the plays which saved LSU's 2020 defense from the brink of no return.

Without these turnovers, obliterating sacks, maniacal pressure or bullying forced fumbles, LSU's 2020 defenders or fans had very little to celebrate....most of what we witnessed made us turn away in disgust...still, due to these extraordinary playmakers, many only mere babes, these defenders showed a steely resolve, a vulnerable survivalism and iron will through all manner of trials and tribulations.

Maybe this is most indicative of our 2020 reality, but once I let go of my preconceived notions expecting a dominant defense, a Brennan-led efficient offense or a team winning 7+ games, I actually enjoyed watching LSU's final matchups vs Arkansas, even A&M was somehow satisfying in its impotence, Florida & Ole Miss.

Hell, I basked in the glory of Zach Von Rosenberg's ultra-athletic punting prowess, showing off moves to duck out of pressure that we've never seen in any deliberate form or fashion from a punter...ZVR is an extreme talent...and yes, he'd kick Brad Mormon's ass in a fight...

But one night in the Swamp changed a great deal in such a small amount of time....

Where Orgeron's Tigers stopped the bleeding...

Of course every Tigers fan will remember exactly where they were when Florida's Marco Wilson chucked Kole Taylor's shoe 20 yards and kept LSU's offense on the field, setting up Cade York's LSU all time long 57 yard winning kick through the Apocalypse Now fog...

The win over #6 Florida showcased what this 2020 team could've been all year long, demonstrating gutty effort, tenacity and intensity as the defense rebounded from individual errors to force 4 first half turnovers from Kyle Trask, including Eli Ricks' ravenous pick six (in which he turned and mocked Trask's attempt to tackle him on his way into the end zone, spinning away from the Heisman candidate as if the move was something he'd devised during breakfast).


It began that night in the hazy fog of the Swamp...

On a night where Florida head coach Dan Mullen was shocked senseless by an ESPN headset, Marco Wilson threw a shoe, Cade York made an all time kick and many young LSU stars were born, it all came together for one moment this season...

Remember, this was a victory with everything against LSU...on the road, the psychological "edge", starting a freshman debutant, losing Kevin Faulk's two starting running backs, losing Chassen Hines for the game and Austin Deculus for a few plays among other offensive linemen....a defense without three separate cornerbacks, Derek Stingley's ankle problems, Cordale Flott ejected for targeting only minutes into the game, Eli Ricks hurting his shoulder early before his pick six...

And still, against the likely Heisman, on the road, against a team that lost by 6 in a shootout to Alabama during the SEC title game, these wounded and scattered Tigers came out winners....


LSU had a bad 2020 season...but just like the Florida game, when everything seems to be going against Coach O's Tigers, he continuously pulls the rabbit out of the hat.

He doesn't merely flip the script, he tears it up, burns it down and hires Quentin Tarantino to fix it up with enough conquest and victory to give Joe Montana an OD.

The 2020 problem was the wrong mix of available coaches and players, mostly due to bad hires (Linehan and Pelini) or the cavalcade of opt-outs / transfers taking away such unbreakable ability from the Tigers' offensive and defensive units (for example, removing Vincent and Brooks reduced the defense's heed for speed)...then, the wrong combination of players were often thrown out on to the field as if taking a beating for Pelini...

The 2020 problem was a lack of understanding and respect for the players during their most intensive, isolating and uncertain campaign thus far...

Now...twelve months after decorating the country in the blood of Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma and Georgia, Coach Ed Orgeron will have to answer the biggest questions of his career in 2021....

We called 2020 Coach O's most important season, but due to the pandemic causing the unforeseen, uncontrollable problems, the season's destruction cannot be laid at his feet...

Now, those who doubt Orgeron above all others will be looking for 2021 to be the year where we all "find out just what kinda coach the Cajun really is..."

Can LSU contend with Alabama?

Can they sustain their 2019 success even after a lost season in the abyss?

Will the brilliant, constant individual talent at LSU harvest into yet another collectively-inspired high octane team like yesteryear??

Well, truth be told, the first steps for the success of 2021 and beyond begins now...

First, whether Tristan Leigh, Kimo Makaneole, Brian Thomas or Korey Foreman signs with LSU on January 2nd, if Raesjon Davis re-commits...and how LSU finish out the rest of their 2021 class...


Second, who will Coach Orgeron end up hiring for offensive and defensive coordinator...

Coach O's pushing his chips towards the middle of the table....and I'm geauxing all in with him...


LET'S GEAUX

BLACK LIVES MATTER

by LONN PHILLIPS SULLIVAN

@LonnPhillips

Copyright 2020 Uninterrupted Writings Inc LLC


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